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- Lovely beach with really warm water.
We took the water taxi across from the cruise port which cost $5 each way per person. It was a short ride.
Sadly it rained heavily but as you’re at the beach it didn’t really matter!
2 loungers and an umbrella was $25 and the walking bar servers were great - $8 for two coffees. We would have had cocktails if it wasn’t raining!!
We would return if we dock here again.Written December 3, 2022
- My wife and I visited the sculptures during a snorkel trip with Eco Dive and Trek. With all of the rain during our stay, the water was not crystal clear for those who stayed on the surface.
But if you have some experience snorkeling underwater, you can get up close with the sculptures. And seeing the sculptures up close is a powerful experience, especially Vicissitudes, with all the children holding hands.
Up close, you can also see the new reef life forming on the sculptures.
Truly a beautiful experience everyone should try when visiting GrenadaWritten November 28, 2022
- I visited the Seven Sister falls this morning and had a blast. After reading the last review from John Adams I was a bit dubious but I went anyway and followed the majority of suggestions and went straight to the black house on the hill (passing the red building).
The owners were amazing and super helpful, I can only assume that the below review lacks authenticity - it comes across as a personal attack on the Highwire owners and it clearly looks like he operates in the area.
TripAdvisor readers are not gullible and will be able to see through this.
As mentioned, my experience with Colin and Rosemary who run their business on family land were great and my visit to the falls were epic!
Thanks guys, I’ll be back on my next trip to Grenada!Written November 16, 2022
- For those coming from North America, the roads in Grenada can be a bit of an adventure.
But a visit to the Belmont Estates is definitely worth it!
We took the chocolate factory tour with the tour guide Sheldon. Sheldon is very friendly and passionate about the Belmont Estate and their work. He took us through all of the steps in producing the craft chocolate, right from cultivating the cocoa bean, all the way through the final product. He also was able to provide a lot of history, not only on the estate, but also on island.
Plus, the Estate strives to be sustainable and organic, while providing employment to Grenadians.
The care and detail in the work can be found in the final result: some of the best chocolate we have ever tasted.Written November 28, 2022
- Lovely garden, well kept. Our guide Shaun was very knowledgeable about all the plants. Some very interesting trees. Glad we visited although after so much rain the ground was a little boggy in places.Written November 27, 2022
- A visit to the River Antoine Estate is like a living history lesson. The rum has been made in the same way for over 200 years.
The sugar cane is still cut by hand, the cane is still pressed by a working water wheel (originally built in the 1790's), and the mash is still moved between tanks by hand pump. And you get to see all of this very up close while taking the tour. A big thank you to all the employees we chatted with while on the tour.
Of course the tour ends with a free sample. Since it is not an aged rum, the final product is a very strong white rum. But since it is so simply made, the flavour is fantastic.
Would highly recommend to anyone while visiting Grenada.Written November 28, 2022
- I spent a quiet couple of hours on this attractive sand bar about 1 mile off Paradise Beach. There were half a dozen boats anchored off the shore but, apart from a local guy, had the place to myself.Written November 19, 2022
- The water is shallow and mostly sandy and it is also still and clear. There's a great bar on the waterfront too.Written May 9, 2022
- This was a real gem. As we wandered the streets, we found the House of Chocolate. The demo provided was excellent. Very inforative and interesting. I learend a lot obout the history of chocolate on the island. The taste testing made our chocolate buying choices very easy. A great souvenir idea to bring back home!Written November 15, 2022
- When walking from the cruise ship port, just take the corresponding road and walk through the small tunnel and make it to the bay where the old port is located. Picturesque and typically Caribbean. A lovely harbour filled with vessels.Written March 20, 2020
- We had a delightful tour of the herb and spice garden smelling a large number of herbs en route. Out guide was really knowledgeable - for example red, green, white and black peppercorns all come from the same plant - they are harvested at different stages of ripeness and then processed differently. You can see vanilla, cocoa, allspice etc growing. Not a long tour but well worth a visit ( and the very hilly road to find the garden).Written December 1, 2022
- Very beautiful spot, with many ways to access it. If you are able, hike down the path directly to the falls, but if you can't, there are several viewing areas higher up. Be sure to take a dip in the water if time allows - very nice experience!Written February 24, 2022
- When I came to the beach on the day could not go for a swim as after rainy night the sea wasn’t calm. Though managed to get some nice fotos and had a walk on the beach.Written September 25, 2022