• Location: Grenada
  • Duration: Flexible
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‘Spice’ things up during your Grenada visit thanks to this 5-hour, small-group, wilderness trek through the island’s Grand Etang National Park. Stop to smell wild nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger as you hike along a lush tropical path. You’ll look for native wildlife like monkeys, snakes, and birds, and stop at two picturesque waterfalls where you can cool off with a swim.


  • Take a hiking adventure in Grenada's Grand Etang National Park
  • Cool off with a swim in the crystal-clear pool of a waterfall
  • Smell nutmeg, ginger, and cinnamon growing wild in the forest
  • Spot native wildlife like the Tropical mockingbird, Tree boa, and Mona monkey
  • Small group trip is limited to a maximum of four guests
  • Great opportunity to have an outdoor adventure on Grenada

What You Can Expect

Small-Group Adventure Trek in Grand Etang National Park

Soak up the views of Seven Sisters Waterfall

Get picked up from your island hotel in the morning, transferring aboard an air-conditioned minivan to the hike’s trailhead near a local spice farm. Lace up your hiking shoes and hit the trail as you proceed on this moderately strenuous trip. Your guide will stop to point out wild ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg growing in the forest, and you’ll keep a lookout for typical wildlife like Tree boas, mockingbirds, frogs, and Mona monkeys.

Your hike proceeds uphill through the rainforest, and the sound of rushing water will begin to come into focus as you approach two picturesque waterfalls. You’ll have time to cool off with swim in one of the crystal-clear pools, or simply relax on the rocks. After your break, make your way back to the Grand Etang National Park Nature Center, where you can enjoy an included beverage. You’ll receive a transfer back to your hotel when the day is over.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

W were picked up on time from our hotel and driven to the National Park where we walked through the rain forest to a waterfall. There we could swim and take photos. All the while we were informed about Grenadian life. We were also given a personal introduction to the monkeys who were lured out of the jungle with fruit. We went to a picturesque lake before being driven around St Georges to see the main sights and around the south of the island. We stopped at a brewery to sample some of the drinks brewed there.

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