Experience the natural beauty of Grenada on this tour that has you visiting historical sights as well as the peaceful rainforest and beautiful waterfalls.
Your tour begins by traveling through Grenada's quaint capital of George's Town, with its aromatic spice markets and red-tiled roofs. Taking the western main road to Gouyave, you will pass through the villages of Grand Mal and Happy Hill before arriving at Beauseajour Bay. This Bay gained recognition as being one of the bays the United States frogmen landed on during the military intervention led by U.S. Forces on October 25, 1983. From Beausejour, your journey continues through Brizan, Concord, Marigot and Grand Roy before arriving at the Dougaldston Spice Estate - a historical monument of Grenada's past and the site of your first stop.
From here, you will next make your way to Gouyave, which is Grenada's fishing village, and described as the town that never sleeps. During a stop here, you will have the opportunity to visit the Nutmeg Receiving Station.
Your tour next takes you over the spectacular Belvedere Road, passing through verdant growths of cocoa, nutmeg, banana and various other spices on your way to shimmering Grand Etang Lake which is found in the central part of the island. This cobalt blue, lake which exists in the crater of an extinct volcano, is situated a breathtaking 1,900 feet above sea level. During your visit, you will have time to for a refreshing drink at the Park's Visitors' Center.
Your descent from Grand Etang follows a route through magnificent hanging carpets of green mountain fern as you drive to Annandale Falls. Exiting your coach, a short but steep walk brings you to a green paradise of rushing water and hanging ferns. At Annandale, some of Grenada's 450 species of flowering and medicinal plants and spices can be seen.
Your return trip to St. George's has you traveling through the villages of Snug Corner, Beaulieu, Tempe and up Marrast Hill to the St. George's Pier where your tour concludes.
Please note: This tour involves approximately 1 hour of moderate walking with a steep uphill to negotiate at Annandale. 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.