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We got lucky - when we arrived at about noon on a Saturday, we were the only ones there. It was pretty magical. Some people showed up after we'd been there for about half hour but great when you have it to yourself. The guide...More
The Grenada rainforest is gorgeous. The hike into Seven Sisters Falls takes only about 20 minutes. The scenery is beautiful along the way and the hike is not too demanding, though there are some steep slopes for short periods of time. After a hike, the...More
Our guide left us to make our own way down the steep slippery path to the falls. This meant the two of us were alone and the first on the trail. Monkeys are rarely seen here but we got lucky and spotted them up in...More
When we arrived at the Seven Sisters Falls, we had a fee to give. Someone asked if we would want a guide. I almost said: "No thank you.' Instead I said: "Yes".
He was really good, explaining the plants we saw and once at the...More
We got here by taking the #6 bus. You have to pay an entrance fee of $2 USD or $5 EC per person. They provide you with a walking stick and directions on where to enter the falls. It takes about 30 minutes to get...More
Visiting Grenada in the off-season, my husband & I rented a car and thoroughly enjoyed the drive up the middle of the mountain. We skipped the hike around the lake and instead drove a bit further to the falls entrance. We chose our walking sticks,...More
We visited Seven Sisters Fall in July 2019 on a hike organized by Grenada Highwire. Hiked to Honeymoon Falls and Seven Sisters and were all alone at both Falls. Both falls are truly amazing and it was refreshing to swim at Seven Sisters after the...More
It is not for people with disabbilities; there is not a very clear path, our guide had to move away some plants, and the full way up is climbing with hand and feet. The waterfalls are nice and we had a very nice guide. Signs...More
Hop a bus from St George bus terminal and wind your way up to this place. For a nominal fee, you gain admission and a walking stick. Walk down the valley and back up to begin the trail. Pretty slippery if it has been raining...More