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Amazing gem

The waterfall is a must see when in Grenada. The staff are extremely friendly and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Erica Y
London, United Kingdom
via mobile
Good walk, no guide needed

This is a well marked and easy walk (not all tourist trails in Grenada are well marked). We did it... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2018
Cambridge, UK
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Reviewed November 27, 2017 via mobile

We hired a Jeep for the day and decided to explore these falls. We parked up and were greated by a lovely lady who gave us directions, a walking stick and advice to wear our trainers (which turned out to be good advice!) The trek is through beautiful green jungle and you follow the river up to the first 2 falls, where you can swim and admire the view. If you want to see the other falls you need to trek further up.
You need to be prepared to scramble over rocks and up and down lot's of steps but it's worth it!

1  Thank CLind01
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Reviewed November 10, 2017

Our adventure started off on a mission to have a leisurely hike to the two lower sisters... We ran into another group going with a guide, and decided to join them, so we wouldn't get lost.
Martin, our guide, ended up taking us to Honeymoon Falls, which goes off the main trail through the jungle, through streams, over muddy areas, and finally you scale a waterfall holding onto a fallen log. Was terrifying at the time, but was cool to see. We then went to the base of the Seven sisters, and Martin asked who wanted to go to the top, that once you climbed up there, the only way down was to jump from waterfall to waterfall. We didn't walk all that way for nothing, so we decided to go. You scale the side of a mountain in the jungle, holding onto whatever root or branch you can. It is not a path frequently taken, and you should be in decent shape and pretty flexible to go up to the top falls. The first couple of jumps were fairly easy, with Martin telling us where to land in the water (bend your knees, as your feet will touch bottom on a couple of them). The third fall was by fall the most terrifying, where you pretty much have to spiderman/parkour yourself over this chute of fast running water (two of us almost got swept away). I have suggested to them that they put a rope or rope ladder, just so you have something firm to hold onto.
Next came the biggest of the sisters, the 6th fall. This is a 47 foot drop, with a significant amount of airtime. Make sure to enter the water like a pencil. If you land in a chair pose you will bruise the back of your legs pretty badly.
I suggest wearing proper sneakers for this hike (everything will get wet) rather than chacos (sport sandals) or water shoes, just to give you the most grip and protection for your feet.
If you are in good shape and are okay with doing semi-unsafe things, this is an adventure you will remember forever.
Thanks to Martin for keeping us alive! I was terrified at the time, but I'll be telling these stories for a long time.

3  Thank wavegrl
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Reviewed October 22, 2017 via mobile

We just showed up at the car park in the morning and met guide Naquan Farray. Consider yourself lucky when bumping into him. Don’t doubt, just let him guide you for 30 EC. He is very knowledgeable and a really nice guy. The hike isn’t too difficult but can be very muddy and slippery when it has rained. Flip flops are no suitable footwear! Naquan took great care of our two daughters (2 and 5). At the waterfall, he stayed with our stuff so we could swim. He also took pictures of the family. Great experience!

2  Thank MvdM81
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Reviewed October 16, 2017 via mobile

The drive was on narrow roads. We paid 5ec per person and 3us per person for a tour guid. The walk and hike was very hard up and down the mountain. We were only able to see 2 water falls.

Thank Dane J
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Reviewed October 9, 2017

Came here on an island tour, and enjoyed the time at the falls. As being a non-fear type of personality trait I hiked up to the top of the falls, took one look down and did a jump boy was that a Whaaa HOO. I did surprise those on our tour because well I am tad bit older than most people who will normally take the fun jump LOL. If this is your first time to Grenada, this is one of the must things to do especially if you love water falls.
The Good: its a waterfall and waterfall therapy is always a good thing.
The Bad: at some point the tour must go on and you have to leave the waterfall.
The Ugly: There are always people who have to complain no matter where they are
On the scuba bubble scale of 1 to 10 bubbles I give this waterfall 6 bubbles

3  Thank must_need_H2O
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