The Guadeloupe continental shelf is approximately 0 km². Guadeloupe is located in North America. North America is entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and almost entirely in the Western Hemisphere. North American countries include Canada, Mexico, and the United States, among others. Guadeloupe is not a landlocked country. It means it is bounded by at least one major body of water. The average elevation range of Guadeloupe is 742 m (2,435 ft).
Neighbors The total length of land borders of Guadeloupe is 0 kilometers (~0 mi). Guadeloupe has no land borders and therefore no neighboring countries in the traditional sense.
Cities The capital of Guadeloupe is Basse-Terre.
Elevation The average elevation range of Guadeloupe is 742 m (2,435 ft). The highest point of Guadeloupe is La Grande Soufrière with an official elevation of 1484 m (4,869 ft). The lowest point of Guadeloupe is the Caribbean Sea. The difference in altitude between the highest (La Grande Soufrière) and the lowest (Caribbean Sea) point of Guadeloupe is 1484 m (2 ft).
Area The Guadeloupe continental shelf is approximately 0 km².
Forest and farmland Read our climate section to learn what parameters affect this and other biomes in the country.
Natural resources The most notable natural resources in Guadeloupe are farmland and beautiful beaches.