• Hamn


  • Svårighetsnivå


  • Typ

    Active & adventurous

  • Pris



  • Varaktighet i timmar


  • Utflyktskod


In a nutshell

Prepare to explore the most hidden corners of Grenada, “the island of spices”, aboard an off-road vehicle, in the company of a local guide who knows it like no one else: the guide will tell you about the names of the colorful native species of plants and animals. At the end of the tour a refreshment with a tropical fragrance awaits you.

Main stops
  • St. Georges, Melville Road River Road, National Cricket Stadium: panoramic stops
  • Forest reserve and Grand Etang lake
  • Grenville with refreshment at the Spice Island Plantation restaurant
  • Fort Frederick, Lowthers Lane, Sendall Tunnel

The programme
  • Are you ready for a 360° full-immersion on the island of Grenada? Fasten your seat belt, your 4x4 is there waiting for you.
  • it crosses the colonial center of St. Georges and flanks the bay, but before entering the heart of the island, take a souvenir photograph at the National Cricket Stadium, which you will see riding by.
  • Along the turns, lose yourself in the fragrance of the plantations of spices: when else will you have such an opportunity? At the Grand Etang forest reserve, among mahoganies, giant eucalyptus and ferns, you will be able to hear the song of the tangaras and the Caribbean bullfinch, the crested hummingbird or the very colorful Antillean euphonias: found only here.
  • Look at your reflection in the waters of the Grand Etang, a jewel of biodiversity: all around you, if you are lucky, you will be able to see opossums, armadillos, mongooses and mona monkeys.
  • On the east coast, Grenville is waiting for you, and then a refreshment that smells of rum and fruit in the Spice Island Plantation restaurant and a stop at Fort Frederick, for a panoramic picture for a deluge of ‘likes’.
  • Lastly, enjoy the ride back through fishermen’s boats at shore and colonial architecture.

Good to know
  • To protect your health, in respect of the legislative requirements and safety protocol, the itineraries and the duration of the excursions may be subject to slight modifications.