Introducing Grand Etang National Park
Two and a half miles northeast of Constantine, after the road winds steeply up to an elevation of 1900ft, you enter Grand Etang National Park, a natural wonderland laced with hiking trails. At the visitor center you can pay your admission, learn a little about the park and get a refreshment.
Hiking trails in the park include the following:
Grand Etang Shoreline This 1½-hour loop walk around Grand Etang Lake is gentle.
Morne La Baye This easy 15-minute walk starts behind the visitors center and takes in native vegetation.
Mt Qua Qua This is a moderately difficult three-hour round-trip hike that leads to the top of a ridge, offering some of the best views of the rainforest.
Seven Sisters Falls This two-hour hike passes seven waterfalls in the rainforest and is considered the best hike in Grenada. It starts 1.25 miles north of the visitors center .