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.Excellent value for money
.All entrance fees included
.Private guided tour
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This popular market was once a place used for trading in slaves. Now an essential stop to buy vegetables, fruit and spices. A wonderful opportunity to crack open a fresh green coconut to quench your thirst. Buy a spice necklace or basket and sample exotic fruit.
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The most accessible waterfall in St George's. Close to Grand Etang Forest reserve. Local divers will jump from the top of the falls for some of your photo opportunities – Some men are dressed in Grenada’s national colors. There are trails leading to the top to look down to the pool.
St. George's Show Map
Fort George is situated on an elevated peninsula that commands the harbour entrance, a position that has given the fort enormous strategic importance since the French constructed it in the first decade of the 18th century. Although it continues to serve as the police headquarters, Fort George is most appreciated today for the views that it offers to sightseers. Much of its elaborate colonial structure remains intact, and part of the pleasure of a visit is rambling around among the passages and stairs of the ancient stone fortifications. Fort George still maintains a battery of old cannons, which are used on special occasions to fire off a resounding salute.
Referred to as the 'pool' was built in 1947 on the site of a coastal battery built by the french in the 1700's to protect the west coast from invasion and attack. It's the largest of three nutmeg stations in Grenada. In its heyday, the plant processed more than 2700 tonnes of nutmeg. Grenada is the world's 2nd biggest exporter of Nutmeg. To find out more order this guide.
Sauteurs Patrick's, Show Map
Here, the last remaining Caribs in Grenada jumped off a 40-meter-tall cliff later named Caribs' Leap to their deaths in 1651 rather than surrender to the conquering French. Thus the town was named Sauteurs, which is French for "jumpers".
Choose attractions that you are yearning to snap. If photography is your passion then this tour is ideal to capture the most photogenic places of interest. Lunch included.