- Grenada spice plantation tour with an expert guide
- Get an in-depth look at why Grenada is known as the ‘Island of Spice’
- Visit the West Indian Spices Facility, one of the largest spice processing and distillation plants in the Caribbean
- See how various spices are produced, including lemongrass oils, and learn why Grenada nutmeg is some of the best on the planet!
- Visit L’Esterre Estate, which uses 200-plus-year-old harvesting methods to organically grow cocoa beans
- Stop at the Belzeb Factory, a small cottage that uses spices and herbs to make soaps, body lotions, oils and more, and purchase any that catch your eye
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off
What You Can Expect
Tour the facility with your expert guide and see how Grenada’s spices are extracted and processed through steam distillation to produce essential oils. As you stroll through the beautiful spice garden, learn how to grow nutmeg and understand why Grenada nutmeg is some of the best on the planet!
Next, drive to L’Esterre Estate, which uses over harvesting methods more than 200-year-old to grow organic cocoa beans. These coco beans are the primary ingredients in the Grenada Chocolate Factory’s delicious array of sweets. Tour the pristine estate and learn about the history behind harvesting coco beans in Grenada from your guide.
After, stop at the Grand Etang Nature Center in Grand Etang National Park, home to lush, tropical rainforest vegetation and the mischievous mona monkey.
Make one last stop at the Belzeb Factory, a small cottage that produces a variety of soaps, body lotions, oils and herbal teas from locally grown herbs and spices. Here, you'll have the opportunity to purchase any locally made items that catch your eye. After browsing around the cottage, you’ll be taken back to your hotel.