Drive along Grand Anse main road towards St. George via Lagoon Road, Up Lowethers Lane to Goverment House Roundabout Photo Stop at Government House Roundabout, Down Marrast Hill, through Tempe, Mt. Gay, Beaulieu, Snug Corner and Constantine en route to Grand Etang National Park Reserve Photo, Swimming and Comfort stop at Annadale Waterfall Refreshment and Photo stop at Grand Etang Crater Lake, Continuing through Birchgrove, Bylands to Clabony Sulphur Pond, located in the neighboring foothills of Mt. St. Catherine Trek to the Sulphur Pond to swim. (this is not an intense hike - 10 minute trek to pond), Back through Bylands, to Rosemount via Windsor, Chadeau and Clozier Lunch at Rosemount Plantation House, Tour continues to Gouyave, down the West Coast through Palmiste, Grand Roy, and through St. George's to return the guest to their hotels. Guests will certainly get wet on our tour, so we recommend that they wear their bathing suits, comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes (that will get wet. No sandals with heals or straps please.) Towels, suntan lotion and insect repellent also recommended.
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”.
Effortlessly stroll through the scenic forest and coastal views of the island. Travel where vehicles cant go, without walking or getting tired. St. George's downtown tour takes you through the heart of Grenada's capital city. Most people who join this tour do so to get a real feel for the raw island, it's people and their culture. Our guest get to visit sites like the Historic Fort, where wars were fought over 300 years ago. You get to see the fish market, that provides fresh fish and other marine life to most of the island. The tour takes you through the Carinage, where you get to visit local stores, shop at local markets, and enjoy the many pleasures that downtown has to offer. This tour takes roughly 2.5 hours, and we usually suggest that guest bring some extra cash so that they can purchase souvenirs to take home as an everlasting memory.
Hogg Island Tour is one of our most requested tours. The tour begins on a beach and takes you through Grande Anse to a Parish called Woodlands. It is there we embark on the off road section of the tour, where one of our talented experienced tour guides take you through rugged terrain to a secluded island. You then get to cross one of Grenada's newest bridges built to cross over to one of the 10 islands surrounding Grenada. It doesn't stop there as you get to cross the bridge and tour the island, take pictures and enjoy the rarest scenic views. After a short break the group is taken to a beach where guest are offered a complementary meal, along with a beverage of their choice. Once you taste some of our local cuisine you get the chance to enjoy the beautiful world renowned Grande Anse beach. This is where the tour concludes, but usually guest tend to stay end enjoy the beach along with some alcoholic beverages.
The Quarantine Point tour is 100% the choice for sight seeing fanatics. This tour consists of visiting 2 of the islands best peninsula's. We take guests through Lance Aux Epines where they get to visit one of the islands oldest light houses. That scene offers the spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean where they get to see a different kind of coastal structure. The tour then takes you to Quarantine point where guest get to see the calmer Caribbean Sea. These phenomenal views allow the guest to see most of the southern part of the island without actually visiting it. Once you fill your appetite with pictures to take memories back home, you then get to visit the Kalinago Hotel, where you then get to entice a different appetite. The guest are allowed a complementary meal of their choice along with a beverage. Once your tummy is pleased, you then get to enjoy a relaxing swim on Grenada's famous BBC beach, or just lay on the sand under some shade while you cool off. The tour concludes with the guest being taken back to the spot where the tour all began. This tour has been named one of the most exciting tours by both locals and foreigners. Book today to experience the fun.
Effortlessly stroll through the scenic forest and coastal views of the island. Travel where vehicles cant go, without walking or getting tired. People of all ages can now do more than just sitting in your room. Come join Us. See Grenada Today
The waterfall tour goes up to the famous Annandale waterfall. You will ride along Grenada’s beautiful west coast and through St. George’s before heading inland and uphill to the waterfall. It is a lot of climbing so it is a tough ride, but getting to go for a swim at the top is always worth it. While the terrain is not very technical there are a few steep climbs. Ideally we recommend guests on this tour ride somewhat regularly or are quite active. The tour will take roughly 5 hours of riding, most of which is ride time, although mostly downhill on the route back. Transfers are included from hotels in the south of the island and the cruise ship tour terminal.
This tour takes you around the southern peninsula of Grenada and is almost entirely off road and away from cars. You will have great coastal views from a pristine, untouched shoreline. You will have a perfect view of Glover’s Island, an old whaling station and learn some of the history about our airport and the US invasion surrounding it. There are quite a few rolling hills, but this ride is suitable for beginners. It’s a great way to see a bit of the island and just be out on a bike. The tour will take roughly 2-2.5 hours of riding, about an hour of which is actual riding. Transfers are included from hotels in the south of the island and the cruise ship tour terminal.
Leave St. George’s Harbour and set sail up the West Coast stopping to snorkel at the Mollinaire Underwater Sculpture Park. We then have lunch on the beach at Dragon Bay then snorkel a second time at Flamingo Bay or head off to an isolated beach for some beach time. Includes freshly squeezed local juices, fruit, water, beers, rum punch, snacks, lunch and desert.
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.
Leave St. George’s Harbour and set sail up the West Coast to the famous Mollinaire Underwater Sculpture Park to explore this fascinating underwater world. 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, rum punch and snacks.
9am – Depart Grenada on the Osprey Ferry and meet Savvy in Hillsborough Carriacou. This trip is EC$80 per person. At this point the guest will go have some brunch at Kayak Café while the Captain takes their passports to clear them out of Grenada
1pm – Sail to Anse Le Roche beach to swim
4pm – Arrive Union Island to clear into St. Vincent (This is EC$100 per person). Guest will be dinghied over to Happy Island for some sundowners while the Captain clears them into St Vincent. At night you can explore the small island nightlife of Union Island which has a no. of very cool bars and restaurants and a livelier nightlife than the other smaller islands. Or just sit back on the beach with a cold beer and watch the kitesurfers do their stunts on the beach
Day 2 - Leave Union Island for Mayreau arriving at 8am.
10am – Depart for The Tobago Cays to swim with turtles, explore the island or just lounge on the beach
1pm – Depart the Tobago Cays for Sandy Island.
3pm- Depart Sandy Island for Grenada arriving at approximately 9pm
On this trip our guest have a choice of either coming with their own food and drink (we provide 4 very large coolers) or we can take them to different restaurants and bars to eat. Our advice is to do a mixture of the two, we have a stove, oven and outdoor BBQ where we can help get food ready but we also suggest very simple foods on this trip just to make life easier.
This trip is not 5 star accommodation in the traditional sense, it is more like glamorous camping. You are guaranteed however to see some of the most amazing islands and beautiful waters and sunsets and sunrises, sea-life anywhere.
Additional expenses include food, drinks, ice, ferry (EC$80 per person) and customs and mooring fees (EC$100 per person)
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.
The ride on our vessel is nothing short of amazing, very dry and extremely smooth. Its construction means that it is fast, light, agile and quite unlike anything else in Grenada with no bashing through the seas like normal boats. We ride over the waves as only a RIB can. As we cruise into the bays we slow down and drift for a while and your guide will tell you about, amongst other things the history, geography and ecology of the island. In between the calm and gentle cruising it's smiles all round as we dash to the next place of interest. You will learn about the volcanic beginnings of the Caribbean, Grenada's active underwater volcano, Monkeys, Armadillos, Whales, Dolphins, Marlin and Leatherback turtles that can weigh as much as 2000lbs (that's about the same as everybody on the boat!). The diversity on and around Grenada is amazing and we will tell you about it all.
We’ll journey along coastal trails of Mt. Hartman to the Clarks Court Bay Marina. From here we’ll drive over the Morne Jaloux Ridge and enjoy the wonderful vistas of the south western end of the island. Lovely photo ops! We then meander down some trails traversing quaint little settlements to connect to the interior corridor. Crawling up these mountainous roads we traverse the lively villages of Beaulieu and Constantine to arrive at our Annandale Waterfalls destination - at the foot of the Grand Etang Lake. But we will first explore the adjoining Annandale Forest. Navigating the mud trails of this tropical forest covered by some of the most exotic trees, flora, fora and ferns look out for the many habitat species that are sure to excite your senses; the meandering river with crystal clear water dashing down river rocks of varying hues of gray, brown and black; and the farmers cheering us along. Now that you feel at one with nature it’s time to plunge into the cool clean waters of the Annandale Falls, originating from the Grand Etang Lake. As you soak up the majestic beauty of rapidly flowing water cascading down walls of volcanic rocks, relax. The locals are excellent at entertaining their visitors with an array of antics and ingenious ways of selling their authentic Grenadian craft. Now, having captured Grenada’s charm, we’ll cruise down the hills and back to base.
This Tour departs our Pt. Saline location and travels along a rugged trail with wonderful views of the Morne Rouge Bay and MBI Airport. We’ll arrive at the Quarantine Point and take in the beautiful vistas of the Grand Anse Bay and the town of St. George with its natural sheltered harbor. We will journey along the Lagoon Road on our way to Forts Frederick and Matthew. Fort Frederick was built by the British in the 17th century and command 360 degree views of the southern end of the island. Our short stop here will afford you the opportunity to capture these panoramic views possibly purchase crafts and spices from local vendors. Driving along the Morne Jaloux Ridge the vistas will be rolling with you. We meander down to the village of Marian and on to the point of Fort Jeudy which command views of the Caribbean Sea. We’ll drive through the picturesque and lively fishing village of Woburn and back to base.
Leaving our Point Saline base we drive through the fishing village of Calliste then connect to the Grand Anse Valley Road for a short distance before entering a charming little farming village where husbandry is the mainstay. Meandering down romantic shaded dusty trails we finally descend upon a secluded beautiful white sand beach. The views of the neighboring islands are majestic and are the best Snapshot opportunities of your entire Spice Isle vacation. At this point we crossover to Hogg Island – don’t stress because no travel documents are required! This truly virgin cone shaped island with wonderful sandy trails is a dream come through for the adventurous. And after you have seen it all it’s time to kick off your shoes and dance in the sand to some ole time calypso!
Leaving our base at Point Saline we journey through the village of Calliste and connect with the Grand Anse Valley Road. We travel along the Eastern Main Road then detour into Ft. Jeudy to see the beautiful vistas and commanding views that lead the French to erect a fort at that site in 1771. We then continue along the Eastern Main Road traversing many quaint farming villages before arriving at the historical La Sagesse Coastal area. The Peoples Revolution is deeply rooted in the history of this beach. In 1975 local residents lead by Comrade Maurice Bishop stood at the gate, tried and convicted Lord Brownlow, cousin to Queen Elizabeth, for illegally erecting a gate and blocking access to their lovely La Sagesse beach. They broke down the gate and took back the beach. We’ll enjoy some chilled coconuts before heading back to base via the scenic fishing village of Woburn.
Cruising up the Eastern coast line we will divert through the mountainous villages of Mama Canna and Munich where we’ll get a good glimpse of true Grenadian country life. We’ll make a quick stop to enjoy the wonders of the Mt. Camel Waterfall and continue north along meandering back roads dotted with many farming villages. As we descend to the coast line again we will drive through the fishing village of Marquis where the best straw goods on the island are made and sold. Our next stop in and around the village of Tivoli will take us back to the darker side of our history. We will visit the centuries old slave pens and if we are lucky we will be serenaded to the sounds of sweet African drumming which our people hung on to through the years. Close by at the Belmont Estate we’ll have a light local lunch and browse through the museum of estate life. Then we cruise the back roads to the River Salle Sulfur Spring. These quaint unblemished sulfur springs are believed to have direct veins to nearby active volcano Kick Em Jenny constantly replenishing the never ending supply of fresh warm sulfur. So step in and feel the magic! Now relaxed, we are ready for a cool ride back to reality.