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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 April 22, 2014

My husband and I enjoyed this hike. It was moderate to difficult. A hiking stick was provided. We paid $2.00 each to get in the park. I didn't time us but I think it took 20-30 minutes each way. We were lucky it wasn't too muddy. You definitely need tennis shoes are hiking shoes. The two falls were beautiful. It was a great view from each fall. People were swimming and enjoying themselves. I definitely recommend this.

8  Thank Caribbean_LMC
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Reviewed April 10, 2014

It's a bit of a steep downhill to the falls (there are free walking sticks after paying your entry fee; no real need for a guide) but we did it in 23 min.

Swam for an hour and could have stayed MUCH longer - really loved it! Only visited the "easy to reach" 2 sisters - didn't hike up further, but still had a great time. Unsure how one would get to the lower pool so we stayed in the upper one and bobbed around - it was so refreshing!

The hike back (uphill!) only took us :30 longer so we were pleased! It was a bit muddy and slippery so definitely watch your step; might not be ideal for younger kids (we have a 6-yr-old who wasn't wit us but we think she would have struggled a bit) or if you aren't too nimble on your feet.

Would love to have the chance to visit again!

7  Thank Joslyn42
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Reviewed April 8, 2014

We took this trek with Tom from Land and Sea Taxi Tours. Tom was soooo sweet with one of the members of our crew who had bad osteoarthritis and had some difficulty with the trek. The terrain is tough but the end result is soooooo worth it. The falls are beautiful and the water heaven to swim in. I suggest good hiking shoes that also can get wet, I use Keens and they worked perfectly with good traction. Wear your bathing suit under your clothes, you may want to take a dip after sweating through the trek. If you like photography, taking a wide angle is a good idea.

8  Thank PTTraveler101
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Reviewed March 19, 2014

We really enjoyed visiting this magical place and would recommend it so long as you don’t mind a bit of a hike and a scramble. We were lucky in that the ground was dry, but we could see that it would be very muddy if it had rained much recently. We’re fairly fit and nimble, though middle aged, but still much appreciated the use of the sticks provided to help one along the way. We took swimming things with us and had no trouble finding a spot to change in. Swimming in the pools was delicious, colder than the sea, but not unpleasant and we were lucky enough to have the pools to ourselves.

We accepted the services of Warren, who was a very good guide. I wouldn’t say that a guide is essential, but if you’re not super young and fit, it’s good to have someone to lend a hand if needed. Additionally, Warren was knowledgeable about the environment and happy to talk about life in that part of the country. Some of his stories, particularly about the alleged antics of Mona monkeys, needed to be taken with a pinch of salt, but we found chatting to him entertaining and informative. He also performed spectacular dives down both waterfalls for us. We paid him $15US which we considered a fair rate for the time spent and service provided.

9  Thank jandj45
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Reviewed February 19, 2014

its a little out of the way, but very easy hike around 1 mile. nice pools under waterfalls to swim. a little dirty right after a rain, but still nice water. bring a lunch for a picnic. cost was $5-10

1  Thank ted s
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