The engraved rocks of the Duplessis River are a group of petroglyphs dating from the Arawak period, between the 1st and the 7th century, located in the Duplessis river, which separates the communes of Baillif and Vieux-Habitants in Guadeloupe
This is the only petroglyph site in Guadeloupe located in Côte-sous-le-Vent. Its location, around a river basin and near a waterfall, suggests that it was a sanctuary dedicated to water.
Nineteen rocks contain at least 147 engravings, two of them with polishers. In 1995, hurricane Marilyn revealed a boulder covered with four engravings, cups and polishers