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Seven Sisters Falls

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Seven Sisters Falls

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Viewing Grenada’s best bits in a day is near-impossible without a hire car. Make it easy with a tour that covers the island's highlights and provides guided narrative—background you’d easily miss if alone. Swim at the Concord Waterfalls, tour a chocolate factory, rum distillery, and spice plant; and savor Grenada’s interior of lush plantations, rainforest, and crater lakes. Hotel and port pickup and drop-off make the experience super-easy.
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Stardad wrote a review Mar 2020
12 contributions1 helpful vote
Walked all the way with our guide Wayne. Great education of the local Flora. Surprised the many flowers and plants have medicinal applications. The falls were flowing well despite not much rain. would definitely take the grand kids next time.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Paul B wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom289 contributions95 helpful votes
Not a walk for the elderly or infirm - the stick they give you at the beginning can come in useful during the downhill bits - a good idea to go reasonably early in the day as it gets quite hot and steamy, and I would imagine quite busy. We had a young guide who we had to pay separately - not sure he was needed as the route was quite easy to follow. The falls themselves are lovely - again we were lucky that not many people were there - it looks as though it may not be so pretty with lots of 'fall jumpers' and swimmers there!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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sarah wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom73 contributions10 helpful votes
This is a very peaceful trek and the pictures really don’t do it justice. Trainers and mosquito repellent are essential. And take the walking stick - it really will help you find your balance. I’m in my 20s and I’m glad I had the stick! We went as a group of seven, with a range of abilities and fitness. It took about 45 minutes there, and 45 mins back (our guide was very keen for us to go slowly and carefully). Most of the way there is downhill, but the humidity will mean you’ll still want to take a dip. Only a couple of things let this place down. When we got to the falls, I kept being harassed by a local ‘waterfall jumper’ while I was trying to get changed out of my swimwear. The second thing was the hostility from the local café owner on our way back. The rain had really begun to pour and we asked if we could shelter inside, or outside under the umbrellas, for just a few minutes until it passed (there was no one else there or around). We would have happily bought a drink too but the owner said no because we had ‘paid our entrance fee to other people’. As a group, we had arranged this tour via our taxi driver, and we had no idea there was more than one entrance point. She was so rude and put a bit of a bitter twist on the experience. So to round up, fantastic scenery, falls and nature. It’s a fun challenge, and I would come back again...but next time I’ll be taking a raincoat!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tsobis wrote a review Feb 2020
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania91 contributions14 helpful votes
The Seven Sisters waterfall is located at the Grand Etang National Park and arguably one of the most interesting adventures at the park. We explored the park and hiked about 3 out of the 7 waterfalls in half a day. The staff and people at the park were friendly and hospitable. I love that every corner was picturesque and we were literally in the heart of pure nature. Be sure to bring a camera to capture nature in all its glory and don't forget your water shoes, swimsuits, and sunscreen! Give yourself a full day to take in all the park and Seven Sisters waterfalls have to offer and don't forget to enjoy some dancing with the street performers!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Keith G wrote a review Feb 2020
Clarkston, Michigan11 contributions1 helpful vote
Had “Tarin” for our tour guide. He was excellent showed us all the different vegetation along the hike. About 1 mile each way and pretty severe terrain so wear good shoes. Rains most very day so the path is always pretty slick and muddy. Falls are wonderful and water is cold.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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