Balthazar River “ain't named Grenada’s GREAT RIVER for nottin’, as we say locally” says Sheree-Ann. Fed from sources located deep in the island’s interior, this river is nestled between the exotic and magnificent tropical rainforest, flora, fauna and history of the Balthazar Estate. Our river tubing guest will experience, “a thrill of a life time!” A 45 minute drive out of the town of St. George’s through either the scenic hilly interior of the Grand Etang Rainforest Reserve, or along the breath taking Atlantic east coastline, takes you on to the Balthazar Estate. First stop, the launch site for the introduction and safety briefing. After the briefing you will be provided with your life vest and a modified river tube before getting into the river. Wet, wild and wonderful from the word go, with everyone in the water, the guides will accompany you on the journey, gently spinning and swirling in the currents of the river, as you take in the exotic scenery of tropical vegetation and wildlife, at the same time. A thrilling ride down the river, stopping only in the pools along the way to catch your breath. Then finally at the last pool, an opportunity for a swim before you enjoy a much deserved Rum Punch or glass of local fruit juice, before returning to your “home away from home”.
This package includes a Bottle of Red or White Wine, Basket of fresh bread & butter and 2 Traditional grilled fish dinners, choice of lemon butter or mango chutney with a side of vegetable rice or scalloped potatoes. For dessert a Cheesecake deserts topped with shaved local chocolate & passion fruit sauce.
Dinner package includes:
1 x table
2 x chairs
2 x place mats & napkins
1 x table cloth
2 x plates, wine glasses & water glasses
1 x pitcher of water
1 x Ice bucket & ice
1 x candle light / tiki torch setting
A silky stretch of sheltered white sand where visitors and locals enjoy the view of the capital, this world famous beach spans two miles/three kilometres along the southwest coastline. Nearby water sport specialists, hotels, restaurants and a Vendors Market which offers a variety of services and local products.
Our Grand Anse Beach Picnic comes with a beach chair, picnic blanket and pillow, mini bar table, glasses, ice bucket and ice, plates, napkins and cutlery. All you have to do is customize your picnic with the food, drinks and liqueur you want. We will deliver everything you ordered to the beach and set it up for you anywhere on the beach and at any time.
· All Day at Kalinago Beach Resort from 10 AM
· One or Two Persons
· All Day Pool Use
· Welcome Drink on Arrival
· Lunch For Two at Fedelis Restaurant & Bar(12 PM to 3 PM Only)
· Two complimentary cocktails per person
· Complimentary use of Kayaks & Snorkeling Equipment (subject to availability)
· Complimentary use of Pool/Beach Lounge Chairs
· Complimentary Wireless
· Board Game Use
· Live Entertainment Daily
· I’m Local Exclusive
Basket with plates, cutlery, blanket, cups, napkins, place mats,
1 Bottle of Westerhall Rum (Choice between lines)
1 Large Cooler & 2 Large Bags of Ice
12 Beers (Domestic)
4 Portions of bourbon wings (Umbrellas)
4 Portions of potato wedges (Umbrellas)
1 Large Garbage bag & bin
4 Beach Chairs, 1 Umbrella & 1 Table
1 Sand Sport (Cricket equipment or volleyball equipment)
1 Frisbee, 1 paddle tennis & 1 football
If you really want to go off the beaten path, reserve your spot on our Savor The Country Tour and explore Grenada’s countryside.
You'll go by bus on a 6-hour tour through the country where you’ll visit local estate and gardens and travel through the rain-forest to see where the local spices and fruits come from. You will also learn the techniques used to make Grenada’s National Dish “Oil Down”.
Perfect way to wind down and put an end to the day or to enjoy a quiet romantic cruise with a loved one while watching the stunning Caribbean sunsets. Picture sailing on a sloop whose history dates back to the early 1800’s when these beautiful hand built vessels plied their trade up and down the Caribbean chain from St. Barths to Trinidad trading all manner of goods from rum to cigarettes to spices. The art of boatbuilding has been the lifeblood of our sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique for hundreds of years but unfortunately over the last 50 years the mallets could no longer be heard as the industry went into decline due to traders preferring to buy steel cargo boats instead of the hand built sloops. Includes freshly squeezed local juices, water, beers and rum punch.
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