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One day in Grenada

We were told it is also called “Spice Island”. You can get necklaces with spices or just some normal spices as souvenirs. You can also get chocolate, as there is a chocolate factory in Grenada.
Grenada has two seasons the rain season between June and December and the dry season that is the best travelling time.
It was the first green Caribbean Island we saw.
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Concord Waterfalls

Only the first waterfall is accessible by car. The Concord hike takes you to three waterfalls, however the hike takes around 5 hours. Therefore the first waterfall was all I visited.
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Annandale Waterfalls

An easily accessible, very beautiful small waterfall.
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Seven Sister Waterfall

We only went to the first two waterfalls. It is possible to go farther, but I read that in that case, you have to jump the falls on the way back. Not sure, if that’s true, but as I’m a chicken I didn’t want to find out. The walk to the first two falls is about 30 minutes.
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Grand Etang National Park

It includes the Grand Etang Crater Lake.
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Interesting for divers is the Underwater Sculpture Park.
From Fort Frederick is a nice view over St. George

Posted by Steffi Kay 09:10 Archived in Grenada

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