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Fort Frederick
De La Grenade Industries – garden and factory shop
La Sagesse beach (juice drink included)

Fort Jeudy peninsula.

When: Tuesdays or Wednesdays – on demand
Price: $US60 or $EC160

Half Day Island Tour

Enjoy the superb views of Grenada past and present from Fort Frederick – views over town and out to sea; of the rainforest, and of part of the south coast.
Then stroll around De La Grenade’s compact but well-stocked ‘nutmeg garden’, to see a good selection of fruit and spice trees, flowers and some medicinal plants.
Return to the factory shop to sample – and if you wish buy - jams, liqueur, chutneys and drinks concentrates.
The next stop is the delightful La Sagesse beach, with time to relax with a fruit drink and maybe take a quick dip .
Finally, come with us through villa country to the wild and wonderful Fort Jeudy coast.

Useful tips:
This is a very photogenic route!
As always – insect repellent and sun protection are advised.
Take bathing things if you wish.

A leisurely visit to two superbly stocked private gardens, one of which featured on Gardens of the Caribbean on UK TV. At any time of year there is a fine display of colourful flowers, shrubs and trees. A memorable marriage of nature’s bounty and man’s artistry.

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Full Day Island Tour
This is the traditional Island tour, offering "a bit of everything" to those who want to see as much as possible in one day, but avoiding over-filling it. Agriculture, rainforest, coast, rum, cocoa, nutmegs are all included.

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After giving you a view and some history at the fort, site of Maurice Bishop’s assassination in 1983, you have time to look around town, including the Saturday market, with a profusion of fruit, vegetables, spices etc. On the way home, we make a short stop at

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Half Day Island Tour:
You get to see nature a waterfall, little ‘rivers’, mountain scenery, rainforest, and local agricultural produce in profusion.

The Island in a nutshell.

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Many guests prefer to see the Island at their own pace, in company of their own choosing, selecting their own stops. This ‘pick ‘n mix’ approach is particularly useful for those with young children. Or maybe you have special interests- history, photography?

This is where a ‘Design Your Own’ is ideal. Our driver / guide is there to advise and inform. To a point, the day can be made up as you go along.

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(Nearly) every Friday evening, the north-western fishing village of Gouyave lets its hair down and turns over a street (and a bit more) to fish stalls.

Under canvas, you can browse among the evening’s catch, served up in a variety of ways: fried fish, grilled fish, BBQ fish, fish balls, fish loaf, fish cakes, fish pies, fish quiche, fish pizza, fish pockets, fish rissoles, fish poached in garlic, fish kebabs, lobster (in season), lambie and more.

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Grenada is blessed with many gardens, both public and private, with a profusion of tropical flora. It is no wonder that, with the organisational and artistic genius originally of Suzanne Gaywood, now of Cathy John and their teams based in Grenada and in England, this little island has won Gold at Chelsea Flower Show thirteen times. So far.

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Grenada Sunsation Tours - Grand Anse - St. George's - Grenada, W.I. | Phone : (473) 444-1594 / 439 4447 - E-Mail: qkspice@spiceisle.com

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