See the highlights of Grenada on a day tour that takes you nearly all the way around the island, stopping at both natural and historical attractions. Swim at the base of Concord Waterfall, visit the Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station, look out over the Caribbean from the cliff known as Carib’s Leap, tour the 18th-century River Antoine Rum Distillery and admire the rainforest setting of Grand Etang Lake. Lunch, coach transport and a friendly local guide are all included.
• 7.5 hours
Hike through a tropical rainforest in Grenada on this 4.5-hour small-group hiking tour! Visit Grand Etang National Park and enjoy a moderate hike through the lush, scenic rainforest. Your knowledgeable guide will point out various spice trees, root crops and vegetables that line the walking path. See beautiful waterfalls; spot various wildlife including monkeys and armadillos; and take a refreshing swim in a natural pool.
• 4.5 hours
This tour includes scenery drive to visit Annandale Waterfall, followed by Fort Fredrick to get a historical overview of the beautiful harbor below. Includes beach time at the famous Grand Anse, where you can take pleasure in a cold beer at the local bars, or unwind on the beach, before taken back to your cruise ship.
• 5 hours
Take a trip back into time, on this 7 hour sightseeing driving tour. Visit one of the last remaining functioning cocoa estates. Belmont is in a visually stunning setting and offers up a fascinating history from three centuries of production. Observe the processing of cocoa, taste cocoa tea, and just experience the magic of this stunning jewel.
• 7 hours
Join in on a full day Pure Grenada tour where you will visit the sulfur springs, relax on a white-sand beaches, and explore tropical sea life while snorkeling in the crystal-clear Caribbean waters. "Everything" which sums up the day where you will see the best sites Grenada has to offer!
• 7 hours
On this 4.5-hour tour, discover why Grenada is known as the ‘Island of Spice!’ Visit three picturesque Grenada spice gardens: the private Sunnyside Garden; De La Grenade's Spice Garden Trail, where you'll taste local jams and jellies; and Smithy's Garden, where you'll enjoy its 'jungle' atmosphere. See what makes Grenada’s nutmeg the best around as you learn about the process of producing nutmeg, along with other spices, from your expert guide.
• 4.5 hours
Escape Grenada for a slice of Caribbean paradise on Carriacou, a small island to the north that’s part of the nation of Grenada but a member of the Grenadines island chain. Laid-back and nearly deserted compared to Grenada, Carriacou is a picture-perfect day trip destination. Get there by ferry, and then take an island tour to see historical and natural attractions, enjoy a local lunch, and hang out on beautiful Paradise Beach, which is just as idyllic as its name suggests.
• 6.5 hours
Visit Grand Etang National Park on this half-day tour from St George’s. One of Grenada’s top natural attractions, the park is home to Grand Etang Lake, a crater lake where you can feed the fish and enjoy being surrounded by the rainforest. You’ll also take a monkey-spotting walk through the forest with a knowledgeable guide and have the chance to go swimming at Annandale Waterfall. Hotel transport is included.
• 4 hours
Skip the hotel restaurant in favor of a truly local dinner activity in Grenada! Fish Friday in the coastal village of Gouyave is a weekly street festival that will give you a fun, exciting and unique look at local island life. And with this round-trip hotel transport, you can leave the winding roads to a driver while you focus on the culinary pleasures ahead of you: rows of street vendors selling fresh lobster, shrimp, snapper, marlin and an array of other seafood. Live music and other cultural entertainment complete the experience. All food and drink is an additional cost.
• 3 hours
Learn about the fascinating art of cultivating and producing spices. Follow your nose, and an informative guide, through a spice production facility and watch the process happen from the inside. You’ll have time to stroll the grounds and tour an herb and spice garden before shuttling off to the final leg of your adventure: a historic nature reserve, where you’ll relax with tea and light snacks.
• 4 hours