Explore the stunningly beautiful gardens of Grenada, which are packed with a dazzling array of plant specimens.
On this half day tour of Grenada, you will enjoy the breathtaking views of the old capital St.George's and the winding route of the scenic west coast as we visit a waterfall, spice plantation and the fishing town of Gouyave, home of Fish Friday, a night time activity you should return to experience!
“Grenada is an island nation, which also includes the southern Grenadines in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. Grenada obtained independence from the British in 1974 and is now a popular visitor destination in Grenada and the smaller islands of Carriacou & Petite Martinique. Grenada now has a population of 110,000 and the capital is St. George's. The national bird of Grenada is the Grenada Dove, which is now critically endangered. Columbus first sighted the island in 1498 and today eco tourism and water sports are popular. Visit St. George’s, the capital, Lance Aux Epines, Grand Anse, and Point Salines. Discover the fascinating charm, special traditions and festival spirit of the Grenadian people.”
Sailing, Scuba Diving and Snorkeling - Whilst in Grenada take the opportunity to enjoy both scuba diving and snorkeling in the clear water from beaches such as Calabash, Grand Anse beach, Lance aux Epines, Horseshoe and Morne Rouge beach. A long offshore reef can be found on the west coast of the island which is good for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Enjoy sailing whilst in Grenada and try to catch the Grenada Sailing Festival, which starts at the end of January. Whilst here you can also enjoy diving, water skiing, swimming and parasailing.
Walking, Hiking & Trekking - Grenada has beautiful terrains and ecosystems and so lots of opportunities to walk, hike and trek your way around the island. Grand Etang Forest Reserve and La Sagesse estuary are good for birdwatchers and hikers. The rainforest surrounding the Grand Etang Forest Reserve is also a good spot for hiking and walking. A great walk for all the family is the Morne LaBaye Trail. The more adventurous can opt for The Ridge and Lake Circle Trail. Mt. Qua Qua Trail is over 2,370feet and a challenging trail. More challenging treks can be found at Fedon's Mountain & Concord Falls which goes through the rainforest canopy. Whilst exploring the island you will come across stunning waterfalls such as the Annandale Falls, Victoria Falls and Marquis Falls.
Boating and Sailing - Carriacou is a good spot to begin your boating and sailing adventures and whilst here you can cruise the area and see the turtles and dolphins.
Grenada is a year round destination boasting consistent temperatures. June to November will see showers. Do consider coming in the second week of August to see the carnival.
On this half day tour of Grenada, you will enjoy the breathtaking views of the old capital St.George's and the winding route of the scenic west coast as we visit a waterfall, spice plantation and the fishing town of Gouyave, home of Fish Friday, a night time activity you should return to experience! More
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