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spectacular waterfalls and pools and vegetation

guide was interesting and informative..you do need sturdy footware, walking sticks (supplied) and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Definitely worth a visit

Its a pleasant 30-40 minute hike through the rain forest to get there. The waterfall is beautiful... read more

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One of Grenada's most beautiful areas where a waterfall rushes down the mountainside into a large pool perfect for swimming.
St Margaret, Grand Etang National Park, Grenada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

guide was interesting and informative..you do need sturdy footware, walking sticks (supplied) and resonable fitness level ..quite steep and slippery..plan on 1.5 to 3 hrs total

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its a pleasant 30-40 minute hike through the rain forest to get there. The waterfall is beautiful and was not too crowded.

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a nice place to go when visiting Grenada, however it was very overcast and the last stop on a full day tour so we just wanted to accomplish reaching it. Seeing it and getting back to our van safely. On a sunnier day...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank joanne n
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did a tour of the Seven Sisters from Sandals resort. The hike actually takes you down to the last two waterfalls (#6 & #7). Our guide, Davidson, was excellent and was very informative about all the flora and their medicinal and local uses. He...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed September 23, 2018 via mobile

The waterfall is a must see when in Grenada. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful(especially when we trapped our car in the ditch) We had a guide who provided us with walking sticks and was a lending hand whilst crossing the slippery rocks. The...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank ericay671
Reviewed August 18, 2018

This is a well marked and easy walk (not all tourist trails in Grenada are well marked). We did it by ourselves - a guide was not necessary and going alone gave us more flexibility.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank topblue99
Reviewed August 7, 2018

Our 1st time to Grenada. On our 1st day, adult son rented a motor bike and wandered the island. When he got back, our dare devil son told us we needed to cancel our rent a car and hire a driver to take us to...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 7, 2018 via mobile

Have visited these falls years ago on a day trip while in port, and again yesterday while staying on island. What a different experience not having all the chaos. We arrived mid morning to find we were the first guests to pay our entrance fee...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank caribbiana
Reviewed July 22, 2018 via mobile

I absolutely loved it. I even jumped off the 2nd waterfall which they said was about 35 feet. We did not take water quick was a huge regret. It was definitely a hike to get there. But it was downhill. Which unfortunately means it uphill...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Becca G
Reviewed July 11, 2018

this is a great hike!! however, if you are not in shape and hate stairs, don't do this one. I am in shape and it was a little tough, but worth getting to the falls and getting in that cold water to cool off!!

Date of experience: June 2018
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June 25, 2018|
Response from Floyd T | Reviewed this property |
approx 30 min but it is fairly challenging for people with poor cardio or mobility issues
June 8, 2018|
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Response from luvcoral | Reviewed this property |
Didn’t see a tram but we walked to first set of falls it was beautiful.
Kira A
February 2, 2018|
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Response from wavegrl | Reviewed this property |
We drove there on our own, and hired a guide once we arrived there. It was about $10 US per person
Travel Forum Posts
exploring Grenada (7 Replies)
I'm planning to spend 3 days exploring the island and I am torn between using buses to visit some attractions or driving there ourselves. We're amateur photographers so some attractions, like waterfalls means we're bringing a lot of equipment along with us. On the list of attractions to visit are (in no particular order) Annandale Falls, Concord Falls, Belmont Estate, Bathway Beach, Levera Pond, River Sallee Boiling Springs, Lake Antoine, River Antoine Distillery, Grenville, Grand Etang,...More
December 29, 2012|
Response fromMondial|
Because you want to do and see so much in just 3 days, I would not recommend you try to do it by bus, taxi or self drive. Some of the sights you mention are not easy to navigate to, and a knowledgeable guide can enhance your exploration of the various areas and attractions. I would suggest you do a web search for Sunshine Tours, who are absolutely wonderful, and their owner, Joanna, who manages incoming visitors for a number of tour operators, knows the island better than almost anyone...More
London, United Kingdom
A day in Grenada, what to do? (2 Replies)
We're going to be in Grenada for a day, what is worth seeing and how best to see it? We are arriving by boat and there are 11 of us - adults in 50s, late teenage kids. I've heard the Seven Sisters Falls are good, but who best to book with and any other ideas? Thanks in advance for any advice!
December 02, 2009|
Response fromMacPete|
might be an idea...what does the group want to do? Seven Sisters is a bit of a hike in from the road, and if anyone has mobility issues... Mandoo tours does a nice job of a day tour, we used him when we stopped by on our cruise. Personally might pass on a booze cruise to BBC beach, not my taste. They put 60 or so partiers on a boat, motor over to the beach (a really nice beach mind you) music blasting away. Magazine Beach is nice, taxi over would be reasonable, good snorkling right off the...More
kid friendly restaurants and activities (5 Replies)
We are traveling to Grenada next week. We will stay in Mt. Cinnamon. My kids are 7 and 9. We plan to have breakfast in Mt. Cinnamon. Looking for suggestions for kids friendly restaurants and activities. When we have traveled to other islands our kids spend time in pool and beach. We typically take 1 to 2 guided tours. We don't do long guided tours due to the age of our kids None of us are picky eaters. Here is our list so far: Grand Anse beach as we are staying close to it. Morne...More
November 10, 2018|
Response fromKim O|
Morne Rouge will be similarr to Grand Anse beach, just swimming and beach things. Seven Sisters would be a good hike, you could also go see Grand Etang Lake while on the way to Seven Sisters. Mt Qua Mt Qua is a good hike-unless they are good little troopers, that might be a bit long. If you go north, you could visit Rivers Rum Distillery, they might be interested in seeing an old-timey operation, people feeding the furnace with actually wood. At Belmont Estate they have animals around,...More