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Seven Sisters Falls
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Owner description: One of Grenada's most beautiful areas where a waterfall rushes down the mountainside into a large pool perfect for swimming.
Reviewed October 15, 2013

Seven sisters was great. Guides were available,but not pushy. We declined since one of our group had been there before. After just a little walk, we came upon a little man, living in a little shack who came out and showed us all the local spice plants in the area. He offered to guide us, we declined. The 45 minute hike in was mostly downhill. It was muddy, but the footing was sure, even with the mud. The falls were beautiful, the water cool and clear, the
scenery magnificent, and the 3 of had it all to ourselves. It was so refreshing.
The trip back was a little taxing, but we were not in a hurry and enjoyed the hike. The little man was waiting for us, washed the mud off our feet and showed us his garden, his home and more spice plants. We tipped him 5 ec and he was very happy. Never once did he ask for money, but he made the trip a little more enjoyable. The rest of the walk back was in the sun, so it was a little warm.
I have been sweating every since landing on the island and this was a very pleasant, cool experience. It is well worth the little inconveniences experienced. Just go and relax.

3  Thank Sam C
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Reviewed October 15, 2013

The Severn Sisters Waterfall are accessed from the road to the Grand Etang lake. The tarmac footpath becomes a concrete path, then loose gravel. Log boards form the steps down the hill side and the last 100 yards or so are a scamble over large slippery boulders. Sensible shoes, preferebly rubber soled, are essential for your own safety. With the water spary fromthe fall, humidity is very high. Being in a sheltered valley, there is little or no breeze to ease the oppressive heat.

There is a modest admission charge and they provide you with a rough-hewn walking stick - esssential to maintain your balace over the last part of the hike.

While you make your way carefully through the heat and humidy down the valley, a local guy is likely to pass you, skipping from rock to rock like a mountain goat! When you arrive at the waterfall, he will be swallow diving from the top into the pool beneath. He can also talk knowlegably about the tropical plants in the surrounding rain forest. He expects - and deserves - a tip of a few dollars ($10 East Carib is less than US$5 or about 2 GB pounds).

From the road to the falls is about a 900 ft (275metres) descent down the hill side but, because the track rises and falls, you actually descend about 1100 ft (330 metres). Then you have to hike back up! It's definitely not the place for anyone with any limitations on mobility or suffering from cardiac / respiratory ailments (seriously).

The setting is quite spectacular. On request, the guide will take you up the opposite side of the valley alongside the actual falls. For me and my thumping heart, the view was sufficient

6  Thank Steve M
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Reviewed August 2, 2013 via mobile

I visited the site with a group of locals.Upon arrival we were summons by three individual unto there property.They then explained the trails to the waterfall were on private property belong to them,so an entrance fee was demanded. Now being born to Grenadian parents having visited serval times I was a bit surprised by his forceful approach.Trying to avoid a confrontation we decided to pay a fee for those of us in the jeep while the bus with family just drove by.So we made it to the falls with out the not needed so-called guide.The group had a wonderful time.The pool is most refreshing.Overall the falls that is, the lower two was breath taking must see.The group just did not venture the comb to the other five.

2  Thank Gangstered
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

We took a local service bus to seven sisters (sign posted as st Margaret's falls) which dropped us right outside. We were pounced upon by a kid who insisted he was going to be our guide to the falls, we didn't need a guide but its hard to refuse. Paid the entry charge and hiked down to the falls only one path so guide not necessary. A little muddy but we managed fine in sandals. Had a lovely swim in the water and went into the lower fall as well but this was quite shallow so be careful. The kid guide insisted on hanging around even when we said we were fine to get back on our own so we felt pressured to leave because he was waiting rather than we had seen enough. I wouldn't bother with a guide. The hike back up was quite tough and a shame to get hot and sweaty again after our refreshing swim. If you are looking for a beautiful waterfall without a hike concord was great too. The bus back to town was difficult as most were full so I would recommend to start walking.

3  Thank MMacKa
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Reviewed July 7, 2013

Find a local to take you, he was able to drive up to a shorter starting path for the trail, as we had people of different hiking abilities. Although one in our party survived in flip flops, but sneakers would be better. Wear your swimsuit as the waterfall and pool feels great after the sweaty hike!

2  Thank CarmK1
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