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During our tour of Granada, Grand Etang Lake was one of the predetermined stops. There is not much to do at this particular location, but our guide showed us these small plants that looked like ferns that close up when you touch them. There were...More
This lake is an obvious must see for the island, but there isn't much to do. If you are going on a tour, it's a nice place to have a picnic as there are benches. There are a few wild cats around which are sooo...More
This is a tranquil spot which we were told used to be a volcano. We watched the fish for a while before moving on to see the Mona monkeys. These were extremely tame and came down from the trees for pieces of fruit and were...More
While this place is important for island ecology and as nature sanctuary, it is not really a great thrill. A small lake with lots of greenery around it. Cooler than at sea level and refreshing. Peaceful and quiet. Green. But not the highlight of your...More
An excellent place to visit if you like peace and quite away from the hustle a bustle. Also if you like monkeys this is the place to go to get some good photos with a monkey. These are not caged animals but come to the...More
We got there early before any of the tours (and it was off-season). A guide went around calling for the monkeys to come, one did. We brought bananas, but the guide had them too. There is quite a bit of information in the center and...More
It poured torrentially when we visited the Lake but it was still stunning. We only stopped for about 10minutes. Just one of us braved the rain to go out onto the jetty and she was lucky to see what looked like koi carp swimming in...More
This lake is situated on the Grand Etang Forest Reserve. You can take the #6 bus from the bus terminal in St. George’s and it cost EC $5 per person. It’s about 25 minutes drive.
It’s free entry and there’s parking. There are three small...More