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Grenada Island Food & Sightseeing Tour

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  • Day Trip
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  • 6 hr

Why should you have to choose between a culinary tour and a sightseeing tour? Now you can have the best of both worlds with our Culinary Sightseeing Tour which gives you the opportunity to learn about the history and influencers of Grenadian food together with the different use of spices and seasonings used in everyday cooking. Come hungry as you would get a chance to indulge and sample up to 5 different authentic Grenadian food & drink at various local restaurants & eateries whilst still having time to view some of the most popular and breathtaking sightseeing venues around the island.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Fort Frederick

Perched atop Richmond Hill at the center of St. George's, Fort Frederick is a bastion type fort, which offers a 360 view of St. George’s. After a walk through its grand arches, you look southward onto the town of St. George's and admire the picturesque Carenage and northward to the rolling mountain ridges covered in lush vegetation and quaint houses. Today, Fort Frederick is an attraction of beautiful vistas and various levels with enchanting perspectives of the capital city of Grenada.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Annandale Falls

At Annandale falls you will enjoy the serenity of water cascading over the rocks, simply revel in the beauty and sounds of the falls or you can spend time exploring the trails & surrounding gardens where tropical flowers and trees flourish.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: River Antoine Estate Rum Distillery

Built in 1785, River Antoine rum distillery is the oldest functioning water-propelled distillery not only in Grenada, but throughout the Caribbean. On this tour you’ll be guided through the facility by a production expert. Here you’ll learn more about how this distillery still use traditional methods for production. Be ready to taste a variety of its well blended products. Next we wrap up the tour with a stop at Lake Antoine (Grenada’s second crater lake) before heading back to pickup point (cruise ship terminal or hotel) through the eastern parish of St. David’s.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Grand Etang Lake

Grand Etang national Park is the place to be when planning your perfect Grenada getaway. As we travel through the mountains you’ll begin to get closer to the Island's Tropical interiors. At the Park you’ll get to learn about some of it’s beautiful plants and interact with its hospitable animals. You’ll be guided through the beautiful tropical `rainforest to the world’s famous Grand Etang crater Lake which is 1,800 feet (550 m) above sea level and one of the two crater lakes on the Island. At this point you’ll have a perfect view of mount Qua Qua, feed the lake's fishes and experience the peace of the water’s edge.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Lake Antoine National Landmark

Another example of Grenada’s natural beauty, and variety is Lake Antoine. It’s located in Grenada’s most northern parish, St Patricks. It is the second largest lake on the island, the largest is Grand Etang Lake. Lake Anotine is the source of River Antoine, which plays a vital role at River Antoine Estate, the home of Grenada’s famous Rivers Rum This crater lake, like Grand Etang, is host to a wide variety of wildlife. The lake's perimeter trail, a beautiful walk in itself, is another of Grenada's excellent attractions for birdwatchers. Among the species frequently sighted are the snail kite, the fulvous whistling duck, large billed seed-finch, gray kingbird and limpkin. The fertile soil around the lake is used for the cultivation of Organic Bananas that are exported. Lake Antoine is a nice spot for pictures, and appreciating Grenada’s unspoiled beauty.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Belmont Estate

Belmont Estate is the premiere tourism attraction on the Spice Isle – Grenada. Located in St Patrick only roughly an hour’s scenic drive from the island’s capital, St. George, Belmont Estate is a unique and authentic 17th century plantation that offers guests an opportunity to participate in and observe the workings of a fully functional historic plantation. The experience include visits to their organic farm, gardens, heritage museum, and of course the cocoa processing facilities. Also offered is an exquisite restaurant featuring mouth watering traditional Grenadian cuisine. (Arrangements can be made if you would like to have lunch on your tour day, contact us for more details). Also on site is a goat dairy farm, petting farm, gift shop, café, produce shop and craft market. Enjoy the best of true Grenadian hospitality, traditional rural life, the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of the breathtaking surroundings.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Carib's Leap

Carib’s Leap in Sauteurs is one of the most historic places in Grenada. While the city has many attractions, the cliff is without doubt the highlight. The view from the top of the cliff is spectacular. The beauty of the verdant greens is matched only by the deep blue waters embracing the coast. Completing the scenery are the resplendent blue skies and white clouds. ‘Carib’s Leap’ earned its name when the last of the Natives jumped over the cliff in 1651 rather than surrender to the French. The name of the town itself means “jumpers” in French.

Duration: 10 minutes