Island of Martinique is situated in Caribbean Continent, was originally inhabited by the Arawaks. Martinique Population is estimated at 412,305 and the major religion in the region is Roman Catholic, Hindu, and pagan African. The languages the people speak are French and Creole. Fort-de-France is the capital city of Martinique. It is a mercantile and largest city of Martinique, while it is a busy commercial center and has an attractive historic fort. The daily Martinican cuisine is characterized by a unique blend of Creole and French cooking laced with spices. Martinican cuisine is prepared from seafood and shellfish. The climate is remarkably constant, and there are two distinct seasons a relatively dry season, which lasts from December to June, and a rainy winter season from July to December. The local market supply fruits including bananas, passion fruit, guava, pineapples, and mangoes. The major export products are bananas, flowers and rum. Sugarcane processing and tourism are the major industries.