This delightful and unique tour takes you for a visit to charming Colonial Sunnyside Gardens that will be loved and admired by amateurs and professional gardeners alike.
Starting off from the pier, you will first journey along the Carenage, which is the Island's land locked harbor. Next, you will travel through the Sendall Tunnel which was built in 1895 and named after the then Governor of Grenada, Walter Sendall. Passing the market place, you will find yourself on Old Fort Road where a brief photo stop will be made.
Arriving at Sunnyside Gardens, you will enjoy a relaxing 90-minute visit learning about the various plants and tress grown here. Situated approximately 600 feet above sea level, the lovely house stands surrounded by 150-year old mahogany trees and boasts spectacular views of both the Caribbean and Atlantic Coast.
Your tour of the gardens showcases the many citrus, spice, fruit and flower trees here as well as a rainforest area and fish pond. Following your guided tour, you will be served a refreshment of rum punch or local juices in house before re-boarding your van for the transfer back to the ship.
Please note: This tour involves approximately 90-minutes of easy walking/standing. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Lightweight clothing, flat comfortable walking shoes, sun cap, sunglasses, sunscreen and insect repellant are suggested. No one under 18 years of age is permitted to consume alcohol.