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$92 Tours & Sightseeing

Grenada Island Tour: Concord Waterfall, Grad Etang Lake

After hotel pickup by coach, head to the first stop on your day tour of Grenada — Concord Waterfall. Located about 12.5 miles (20 km) north of St George’s on Grenada’s west coast, Concord is the first in a series of three waterfalls and the only one in the series that is accessible without hiking there. When you arrive, cool off with a dip in the clear, chilly pool of water at the bottom of the falls, or just take time to enjoy the peaceful rainforest surroundings if you don’t want to get wet. Then hop back in your coach to drive through the fishing village of Gouyave, where you’ll visit the Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station, one of the island’s largest sites for processing nutmeg, the spice for which Grenada — the Isle of Spice — is most famous. Continue your day tour to the Diamond Chocolate Factory. You'll enjoy a tour of the gardens, see how the cocoa grows and ferments and take a tour of the factory floor. Here you can look through the glass partition and see the machines process the chocolate. Then head to a local restaurant for lunch, allowing yourself to relax for about 45 minutes before the second half of your tour.After lunch, your next stop is the River Antoine Rum Distillery on Grenada’s northeast coast, in the parish of St Patrick. The oldest functioning water-powered distillery in the Caribbean, River Antoine opened in the late 1700s and continues to produce its strong rum — available only in Grenada — using the same old-fashioned methods. After a 15-minute distillery tour, enjoy a sample of the potent liquor. Finally, head southwest, passing through the town of Grenville, to your last stop, Grand Etang Lake in Grand Etang National Park. Sitting pretty amid Grenada’s rainforest-filled interior, the crater lake is a beautiful spot to end your tour of a beautiful island. You have a few minutes here to take pictures and admire the lush vegetation surrounding the lake. Your day tour then ends with hotel drop-off.

$266.55 Cultural & Theme Tours

Belmont Estate Cocoa Heritage Tour

After hotel or port pickup by private air-condition vehicle, you head to the first stop on your day tour of Grenada, the Grand E'tang nature reserve. Enjoy the breathtaking views, keep an eye out for the Mona monkey, if you're lucky, you may spot one or two, indigenous to this area. When you arrive, hop off and explore the area, just take time to enjoy the peaceful rainforest surroundings.Then hop back in your air condition vehicle to drive through the village of Harford, next stop Belmont heritage estate Here, we'll make a visit to the historic and interesting visit to this traditional cocoa plantation, which dates back to the 1700's.There's a veritable living museum you may wish to visit. With the help of estate guide you will learn about present Grenadian and former Scottish owners. After a 40-minute tour with estate guide, now is your chance to enjoy a delicious lunch as we acquaint ourselves with traditional plantation life. After lunch, allowing yourself to relax for about 45 minutes before the second half of your tour. Your next stop is the River Antoine Rum Distillery on Grenada’s northeast coast, in the parish of St Patrick. The oldest functioning water-powered distillery in the Caribbean, River Antoine opened in the late 1700s and continues to produce its strong rum - available only in Grenada — using the same old-fashioned methods and enjoy a sample of the potent liquor. Finally, head northeast, passing through the town of Grenville, to your last stop, La Sagesse beach for an optional swim. You have a few minutes here to take pictures and admire the beautiful and it surrounding. Your day tour then ends with hotel or port drop-off.

$204 Tours & Sightseeing

Grenada Tour: Grand Etang, Gouyave, Concord Waterfall, Massage

You will be picked up by a private air-conditioned vehicle, followed by a drive through, St. George's, the prettiest capital in the Caribbean.The first stop on your day tour of Grenada is Concord Waterfall, a 2 km (1.2 mi) drive up a leafy lane beside a stream, dotted with Grenadian agriculture: nutmeg, bananas, cocoa, and many other plants of interest. Located about 12.5 miles (20 km) north of St George's. Concord is the first in a series of three waterfalls and the only one in the series that is accessible without hiking there. When you arrive, cool off with a dip in the clear, chilly pool of water at the bottom of the falls, or just take time to enjoy the peaceful rainforest surroundings if you don’t want to get wet. Then hop back on to drive through the fishing village of Gouyave, where you’ll visit the Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station, one of the island’s largest sites for processing nutmeg, the spice for which Grenada the Isle of Spice is most famous. Continue your day tour to the northern of the island. By now, you're ready for lunch (at your own expense). Our usual venue is Petite Anse: a delightful rural setting, with great varied local food.After lunch, your next stop is the River Antoine Rum Distillery on Grenada's northeast coast, in the parish of St Patrick. The oldest functioning water-powered distillery in the Caribbean, River Antoine opened in the late 1700s and continues to produce its strong rum available only in Grenada using the same old-fashioned methods. After a 15-minute distillery tour, enjoy a sample of the potent liquor. The tour will continue through La Poterie and Tivoli, then through Pearls Airport, disused since the Americans 'intervened' in 1983. Today, sheep graze under the remains of two old Soviet-built planes. After driving through Grenville, Grenada's second biggest town, Spices can be bought at several of the stops. Hop back on, we set off to the middle of the Island, to the mountainous rainforest, where we stop at Grand Etang crater lake your last stop.Finally, head southwest, passing through the town of Grenville, to your last stop, Grand Etang Lake in Grand Etang National Park. Sitting pretty amid Grenada’s rainforest-filled interior, the crater lake is a beautiful spot to end your tour of a beautiful island. You have a few minutes here to take pictures and admire the lush vegetation surrounding the lake. After the tour is finished, it is time to relax with a half an hour spa massage.Your day tour will end with hotel drop-off

$920 Cultural & Theme Tours

DELUXE ISLAND TOUR - Grenada in a Nutshell!

On this Deluxe Island tour you will Learn how Grenada, the ‘Island of Spice,’ has become one of the world's most famous spice-producing countries and that it is fast becoming the chocolate island of the Caribbean.  Leaving the fortifications of this historic picturesque port we drive to the west coast.  Kirani James is the proud holder of Grenada's first Olympic gold medal (200m) and the National Stadium in the capitol St George's is visible as you drive along the west coast. Brightly coloured villages and panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea make the hours drive to the fishing village of Gouyave an enjoyable one.  The 30min tour of the Nutmeg processing plant will make you an expert on Grenada's black gold -  Nutmeg-One of the few spices which has two products - nutmeg and mace!   Your  expert guide will regale you with history and island folk law  telling you about Grenada's first settlers from South America and the European explorers like Christopher Columbus who discovered the West Indies much later on!    A 15min drive from Gouyave takes you to the coastal town of Victoria where we will stop for an educational tour of Diamond Cocoa Estate, home of delicious Jouvay chocolate.  Dark chocolate bursting with Cinnamon, ginger and spices are just some of the flavours you will sample!  A drive of 30 mins takes us to our lunch destination - Belmont Plantation.  We will spend about 90mins here and you will enjoy a delicious buffet lunch, made with the freshest ingredients all produced on this 300yr old estate.  Belmont also produces organic chocolate and cheese from their own cocoa and goat herds -  you will begin to understand why the small island of Grenada is fast becoming famous for its annual chocolate festival!  After lunch and a tour, we drive to River Antoine Rum distillery which is less than 10mins away and here you will sample white rum made from the plantation's sugarcane,  using water power and ancient traditional methods!  A special blend had to be made so that rum could be exported without being dangerous for flying on an aircraft.  Grenville town on the East coast is less than 30mins away.   Turning inland we head up to 1900ft above sea level to lush Grand Etang rainforest and volcanic lake.  On arrival at the nature centre you must look out for the mischievous Mona monkey, which was introduced to Grenada during the slave trade.  Our last stop is Annandale falls is just 15mins from the Nature Centre,  time permitting you can have an optional refreshing swim at the falls.  For a small fee you can photograph jumpers like Super Fly at the falls - so save some cash for this thrilling event.  A 45min decent brings us back to the start of the tour in historic St George's.