Grenada Hotels & Resorts

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Grenada Rainforest Walk

Grenada’s verdant interior is a natural wonderland of tropical fauna and flora. The Grand Etang Rainforest is your destination and you’ll spend a few hours out exploring the walkways and waterfalls. First up is the information centre where you can get a taster of what you may see; then you’ll head to the Grand Etang Lake, a crater lake 530 metres above sea level that is home to brightly coloured freshwater fish. There’ll be a short walk along the rainforest trails in the company of a knowledgeable guide who will point out interesting plants and animals along the way. On the way back to your hotel, you will stop of at the Annandale Waterfall where you can take some time to relax by the water or even take a quick dip in the pool below the falls.

• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

Good to know
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes for walking and pack swimming kit if you intend to take a dip at the waterfall.

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Spices of Grenada

When on the Spice Isle, there’s no excuse for not discovering more about the island’s most famous exports. You’ll see two sides to Grenada’s food industry: first, there’s the modern De La Grenade Industries, an award-winning food producer where you can try a variety of products made from locally grown nutmeg; then there are Gemma’s Home Garden, a charming private garden set on a steep hillside where flowers, fruits and trees grow, and an aromatic herb and spice garden. Then it’s back to the coast for a visit to a once royally owned estate, La Sagesse Nature Centre, where you’ll sit down to a refreshing afternoon tea.

• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Grenada Sunset Cruise

There’s nothing quite like making you way sedately along the coast (under sail if conditions allow) with a sparkling drink in hand and a beautiful Caribbean sunset as your backdrop. You’ll board a catamaran for an unforgettable evening on the water and have a soundtrack of waves and soft music as you cruise the island’s jaw-dropping west coast.

• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Discover Carriacou

Grenada sits at the southern end of a string of islands known as the Grenadines. This glorious archipelago is known for its beaches, warm seas and historic ruins. Board the Osprey Lines ferry which will whisk you to beautiful Carriacou, a laid-back isle known as the ‘island of reefs’, in 90 minutes. Following your arrival, you’ll head out on an introductory island tour and sit down for lunch at a local restaurant. Then there’s a bit of time for some sun, sea and sand at one of the Carriacou’s famous beaches before you return to Grenada by ferry.

• Departs Monday to Friday
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

Good to know
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes for walking and pack swimwear and towels for the visit to the beach.

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