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Design your own tour with us and get a personalised experience of Grenada! See below a selection of our top recommended places to visit. We can show you even more – just ask!
Diamond Chocolate Factory
A ‘tree to bar’ experience, you can follow the steps from the cocoa plantation to fermentation and subsequent drying of the beans. Then peep into the factory area to view the processes of chocolate manufacture. Finally, sample and buy!
An extraordinary place in an extraordinary place. This charming, close-to-nature Great House has a coastal view to match. There is a generous, stylish area for you to relax in, accessed through a lush garden, with adjacent infinity pool. Pampers all the senses.
One of Grenada’s worst-kept secrets, this elderly wooden brookside estate building houses a twigs-on-tables display of Grenada’s hallmark spices. In season, you can also see cocoa beans on their drying trays. Rural Grenada in a nut(meg)shell.
Grand Etang Lake
Look down (or across, depending on your vantage point) at a serene crater lake, in the middle of rich forest. Meet medicinal herbs and other plants, browse among outlets selling chocolate, rum and Grenada’s hallmark spices. With quite a lot of luck, a monkey will come to ask you for a banana.
After a short walk amid shaded tropical flowers and shrubs, you drop in – literally, if you have time – at one of our most accessible and beautiful waterfalls. Spare a dollar for the Jumpers, who provide the ‘entertainment’.
A world-class view that sticks in the memory – a panorama of forested hills, town, two coasts and the cruise port; not forgetting parliament and prison. You are surrounded by history.
All the Caribbean clichés – beach, blue waves, a handful of boats, a conical island, and you’re in turtle territory – where they lay and hatch. And it’s usually deserted.
A short walk through shady trees to a sumptuous view of Grenada’s north coast and offshore islands. Enough greens and blues and breeze to invigorate and calm you at the same time. Difficult to visit only once.
River Antoine Rum Distillery
Step – (or, given the strength of the rum, stagger) – back 230 years to see a unique piece of industrial archaeology which, incredibly, still produces rum. Antique, quirky and fascinating, it’s surprisingly environmentally-friendly.
Stop here for a quality taste of real Grenada. Home-produced, tasty and wholesome. Then there’s the on-site cocoa bean fermentary and, given time, some farm animals for children to enjoy, and an on-site chocolate factory.
A delightful and eclectic collection showcasing the way the rural poor lived in the 1940s and 1950s. Food, health and domestic life are covered in this quirky and evocative miscellany in Mr. Rome’s backyard. All interpreted, if you are lucky, with Mr. Rome (B.E.M)’s own wry humour.
La Sagesse Beach
Enjoy a horseshoe-shaped bay with sandy beach and shallow, child-friendly waters; balmy and palmy. Soak up the rays and try a hidden gem of a restaurant. This place is difficult to leave.