Seven Sisters Falls

Seven Sisters Falls, Grand Etang National Park: Address, Phone Number, Seven Sisters Falls Reviews: 4.5/5

Seven Sisters Falls
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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.
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Tosca Ann
Cape Town Central, South Africa3 contributions
Couples
My husband and I travelled to the Seven Sisters Falls by local bus, “that’s an experience that needs a review of it’s own”. We paid the $5.00EC entrance fee per person at the first building you come to just off the main road which says welcome to Seven Sisters. They were very persistent at pushing a guide onto us but we stood firm and insisted that we did not need one. The start of the trail is a further 200 metres along a winding concrete road and there we discovered that it would have been better to pay that same entrance fee here, as they had clean toilet facilities which the building at the top never had. Also they never tried to force a tour guide on us.
Written January 13, 2022
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Lauren F
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Couples
The experience we had of the walk to the seven sisters was great. We arrived at the car park and met Quan who was a brilliant tour guide. He led us through the forest and pointed out all of the fruit and nut trees along the way (we would definitely have missed these if we went on our own) and then headed to the waterfalls (only saw the first 2 at our own choice), we spent as much time there as we wanted and jumped in the water. He led us back to the hut/car park where he gave us a cold beer and were asked to pay what we felt the trip was worth. Quan was so pleasant and a great guide, thanks!! The walk would not have been the same without him.
Written February 17, 2022
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sarah
London, UK74 contributions
Family
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!
Written March 15, 2020
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Trittrot2013
London, UK6 contributions
Family
When you turn off the road to the falls you get ushered into the first building where they take payment for parking and try to sell you a tour guide which you definitely don’t need. However if you ignore them and go further down the road you will come to another office and place where you can park. As rainfall has been high it’s impossible to reach the falls unless you cross private land. Would be great for the ministry of tourism to sort this out so people don’t get scammed
Written January 18, 2022
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S/V Valexis II
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Entrance easy to find by car, but then make sure you drive ALL THE WAY TO THE VERY END OF THE ROAD and pay for entrance there. We were scammed into paying earlier, make sure you drive to the very end of the road. Owners of the land are super nice, they even keep beer cold for when you return from the hike, cash only though. Hike will take you 20-30 minutes but it is slippery at times, watch the weather and plan accordingly if it’s been rainy. Shoes not sandals definitely a good idea. We went there with 9 and 11 year old girls, absolutely family friendly but a good challenge. Falls are very nice, two pools to swim into, you can even jump off the wall if you aim for where the waterfall water hits the pool, but be careful, it’s not overly deep. I hear if you hike upstream from there, there are other waterfalls, one as early as 10 minutes away, so this can easily become a day trip if you bring lunch and mosquito repellent. I hear guides are great, but you can totally do this on your own, no guide needed.
Written July 24, 2022
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Tsobis
King of Prussia, PA92 contributions
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!
Written February 24, 2020
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Philip R
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A fairly arduous walk (walking pole required as it was wet and slippery following heavy rain the day before) but, my goodness, what a reward. My wife and I only stayed at waterfall number 6 (too slippery for us to progress up to the higher levels) but a dip in the fresh water was magnificent. 30 minutes each way for the walk, steep and slippery in places and a fairly testing traverse across a river via some slippery rocks but well worth the effort. Just tremendous.
Written February 6, 2022
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Keith G
Clarkston, MI11 contributions
Couples
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.
Written February 16, 2020
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Seokmin K
1 contribution
Fantastic hike, with extremely nice hosts.

Please note that you do NOT need to hire a guide at the beginning of the road towards the falls. People will try to stop you, but either ignore them or tell them you are going to talk to the owners (the lady's name is "Rosemary"). Go straight to the black house right by the beginning of the trail and make payments there directly.
Written May 8, 2022
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Brian M
Lumberton, NC69 contributions
Family
Along with the chocolate factory tour at Belmont Estates this was our top attraction in Grenada. Like almost everything in Grenada the place was hard to find as there are few road signs but with a lot of stopping and asking locals we found it. We drove down the road and parked under the mango tree right in front of the track. No one was anywhere around to pay so I am not sure what you are supposed to do about that. We walked down to the waterfall, the track is a little difficult and was muddy and slippery due to the previous nights rain, but we did it in flip flops so it wasn’t too bad. The beauty of the jungle plants and flowers were a large pat of what made this a 5 star attraction. The falls were amazing - not speculate but so refreshing to swim under and look up at the jungle above. I did climb up the track a bit to see the next waterfall - as stated by others it was not worth the effort. The trek back to the car was a bit arduous as it is almost all uphill. If you are capable of climbing down and up a slightly tricky hillside path this is well worth the visit.
Written June 9, 2022
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