Many people don’t know about Grenada’s waterfalls. But a day
safari and good pair of walking shoes will take you close to these hidden gems. Take an energetic hike to the spectacular Seven Sisters and Honeymoon Falls.
With nutmeg, cloves and ginger being huge exports here, a visit to a spice plantation is a must. Tour the River Antoine Rum distillery, the oldest in Grenada. And lap up the market tours and cooking demonstrations offered by many resorts.
Grenada is a big producer of cacao, so be lured in by the
heady chocolate aromas of the stunning Belmont Estate - a cocoa producing plantation that’s home to an organic farm. The Grenada Chocolate Company is a must too!
From extinct volcanoes to palm - fringed beaches and beautiful
rolling hills, Grenada’s topography is some of Mother Nature’s proudest work. Lake Antoine, formed in an extinct volcano, is home to an abundance of wildlife and is a birdwatcher’s paradise.