Experience the magic of a majestic turtle returning to the beach where it hatched, digging a ‘nest’, laying its eggs, burying them and lumbering back into the ocean. Truly awesome. OR: watch the hatchlings make their way into the sea. This involves a late night out, but is unforgettable. Turtle watching season usually opens around beginning of April and lasts until the middle of July.
We take you on an unhurried half-day visit to two domestic gardens, each with a profusion of tropical flowers and shrubs.
This morning tour will leave you in no doubt as to why Grenada won Gold at Chelsea Flower Show Eleven times, and counting...
Spend a lively Saturday morning exploring the treasures of St. George’s peppered by interesting anecdotes from your local guide
Come fishing on a fast, comfortable twin diesel engine, 31ft boat. Guests may catch a wide range of fish from barracuda, wahoo, dorado, yellowfin tuna, blue marlin, sailfish etc ranging in size from a few pounds to over 500lb.
Enter the world of pan - a musical experience of the soul!
Interested in going off the beaten track? Then join the Hash Harriers for a Saturday run or hike along Grenadian country roads, rainforest trails, and hidden paths most people would never get to (or even think existed)
Grenada has a surprising amount of bird life, including the endangered Grenada Dove and the Hook-Billed Kite, and nine species which are endemic to the Lesser Antilles.
A four-hour trip with the prospect of seeing dolphins and whales. Sei, sperm, dwarf sperm, pilot and melon-headed whales are resident; between December and April you may see many more than these.
Take a morning out in search of the ‘other’ locals, with names like Short Fin Pilot, Sei, Dwarf and Pigmy Sperm. And then there are the dolphins: common, Spotted, Bottle Nosed, Frazers… A sighting cannot be guaranteed, but even if the whales are out when you call, it’s an exhilarating morning on the water.
The best chance of sighting whales is between December and March
Let us take you on gentler walks, starting from the Grand Anse ‘hotel belt’. This is still steep in places, the prize being some unforgettable views. Walking shoes, trainers or sturdy sandals required.
This delightful half-day tour for the senses takes you to the less frequented South East of the island. Bring your camera for stunning views, curious taste buds ready to sample fruity flavours and your swim gear for a little dip.
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