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1. Private Boat Charter            

Happy Hour Yacht is a Sea Ray 270SLX Sports boat with a 380hp engine – capable of at least 40mph in calm water. The yacht is available for up to 8 guests to charter for the day. The only way to experience the real beauty of the island is from the sea. The captained Sea Ray will reveal the delights from sweeping beaches to secret coves for an unforgettable journey. The itinerary is up to you! We offer half or full day excursions as well as sunset cruises. All drinks and lunch are included in the charter fee. Please inquire for more details. 

Phone: 1-473-439-1002
Email: sales@horizongrenada.com

2. Diving with Dive Grenada

diving-grenadaDive Grenada is proud to be a PADI five star facility. It is a small, friendly and flexible dive centre that caters to visitors who are looking to avoid the big boats and crowded diving. They have a limit of 8 divers per trip on their custom built dive boat.

Scuba Diving in Grenada is easy from their centrally located Dive Centre on Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach. They are just 10 minutes boat ride from the majority of our 30+ superb Grenada dive sites so no long boat trips.

They offer a superb range of reef, wreck, drift and photographic sites. They run a 2 dive trip each morning (departure 8:15 AM and return 12:30 PM) and single afternoon dive departs at 1:00 PM.

Contact Info
473-444-1092 or 473-414-6229
E-mail: Info@divegrenada.com

3. Snorkeling trips with Dive Grenada

Join one of their snorkelling trips to the sheltered bays of Grenada’s Marine Protected Area which includes Grenada’s unique Underwater Sculpture Park, Dragon Bay and Flamingo Bay. Enjoy snorkelling in clear safe and shallow waters and a thrilling interaction with a myriad of colourful fish and corals.


1 site snorkel trip – US $45

2 site snorkel trip – US $70

Light refreshments and all equipment are provided.

Contact Info
473-444-1092 or 473-414-6229
E-mail: Info@divegrenada.com

4. Dingy water tours

boat-tour-grenadaSpend some time on the water on this self-drive boat adventure from St George’s. Be the captain of your very own dinghy as you cruise along the beautiful Caribbean coastline. Snorkel in the pristine Caribbean waters of a secluded bay and admire vibrant marine life. Then, enjoy free time to relax on one of the island’s many white-sand beaches!

Departure point
Tour departs from hotels located in the Grand Anse area at 11 Am and 1:30 PM and lasts for approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. After the tour you will be returned to your original departure point.

Minimum age to ride the boat is 6 years old
Minimum age to drive the boat is 18 years old

Self-drive dinghy boat tour
Non-alcoholic beverages
Use of snorkel equipment

AM-Single Boat
Tour departs at 11am.
The number of adults selected corresponds to the number of single boats requested.
1 person per boat
$98.99 USD

PM – Single Boat
Tour departs at 1:30pm.
The number of adults selected corresponds to the number of single boats requested.
1 person per boat.
$98.99 USD

AM – Double Boat
Tour departs at 11am.
2 people per boat.
$68.99 USD

PM – Double Boat
Tour departs at 1:30pm.
2 people per boat.
$68.99 USD

Contact Info
Tel: 473-419-000
Website: grenadaseasunadventure.com

5. SUP Grenada – Stand Up Paddleboard Adventures

Whether you are a seasoned veteran paddler, or have never stepped foot on a stand up paddle board before, they have the expertise, and equipment to make your adventure fun. They have hourly rentals and offer lessons from the calm sheltered waters of BBC Beach – Morne Rouge Bay. Also, they offer tours of the beautiful bays on your paddleboard.

6. River Tubing

river-tubing-grenadaA 45 minute drive out of the town of St. George’s through either the scenic hilly interior of the Grand Etang Rainforest Reserve, or along the breath taking Atlantic east coastline, takes you on to the Balthazar Estate. First stop, the launch site for the introduction and safety briefing. After the briefing you will be provided with your life vest and a modified river tube before getting into the river. Wet, wild and wonderful from the word go, with everyone in the water, the guides will accompany you on the journey, gently spinning and swirling in the currents of the river, as you take in the exotic scenery of tropical vegetation and wildlife, at the same time.

Approx: 1 to 1 ½ hrs briefing, river and refreshment time.(Will vary with group size.)

Age Limit: 8 years & Over
Maximum Weight: 250 lbs. (115 kg.)
Cost: US $45 per person.

Departure Times: 9:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m. & 2:00 p.m.
from tour launch site – Balthazar Estate (new bridge entrance).

Reservations required – T: 473-444-5337
E-mail: adventure@spiceisle.com

Please note:
• This tour is unsuitable for the physically challenged & persons with neck, back and heart conditions.
• The condition of the river will determine operation of the tour
• All guests are required to sign a liability waiver
• Please bring towels, wear a swim suit, sun block and water shoes 
• Refreshment: 1 complimentary drink of either fruit juice or rum punch per person on tour

7. Adventure Jeep Tours

Take a tour of the inland in a Land Rover – 101 – V8 to give you an open-air, 360-degree panoramic view.

The tour takes you on a drive through the island’s center, the tropical rainforest and Grand Etang National Park Reserve. Next is a photo, swimming and a comfort stop at Annadale Waterfall then onto Grand Etang Crater Lake. As the tour continues through the rainforest and plantations, you are treated to an authentic Grenadine culinary experience at a secluded restaurant nestled deep in the island’s interior. Lastly, is a trek to the Sulphur Pond to swim (not an intense hike – 10-minute trek to the pond). Finally feeling revitalized, you will continue on the tour on a drive down the island’s scenic west coast then back home.

Full day tour 9:30-4pm

Adults US $95.00 per person
Children US $70.00 (Ages 6-12) per person
(Children must be accompanied by an adult)
Price inclusive of meal and entrance fees.

Phone: 473-444-JEEP (5337)
Web: www.adventuregrenada.com

8. Island Tours

Private Tours
Maybe you have a special interest:
Photography? – Nature / Botany -Industrial archaeology……

Or maybe you want to see the standard sights, but a different mix from the standard tours. You might want to move at your own pace, to avoid the crowd, or to bring your own crowd. Or you might not be sure how long you want to be out for, and want the option of cutting the day short and going back home. Useful if you have children.

Then hire a vehicle with a driver.

Set your own agenda, or make it up as you go along.
You pay by the hour, not per person, for the vehicle;
** You are liable for any admission fees & meals en route.**
Min. time: normally 4 hours;
Available any day, given notice, but bear in mind that many sites are shut at weekends.

Fish Friday
(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.

There is usually live entertainment: drummers or a steel band. It was never designed for tourists, though plenty go. You see ‘real Grenada’; no frills, but scrupulously clean and hugely welcoming. A little town winding down for the weekend; people-watching, ‘liming’. The street is narrow and uneven, and there is not always seating for all. It fills up. This gives it authenticity, and intimacy.

Most guests leave with the feeling that they have experienced a slice of ‘real’ Grenada, and are often almost overwhelmed by the hospitality of the locals. It is enjoyed by just about everyone.

Our List of Recommended Taxi Drivers:

1./ Lennox – 414-2377
2./ Bonston – 407-3577

9. Conservation Kayak

They are located on Grenada’s south west coast, only a 10 minute drive from Grand Anse. Based at Whisper Cove Marina in Woburn Bay, close to the picturesque, uninhabited Hog Island, the perfect setting for a kayak tour!

kayaks-grenadaThey have a range of trips, all of which include: kayaking tuition, free use of waterproof cameras and free taxi transfers. Their longer trips also include: delicious organic lunch or snack, ice cold drinks (beer and non-alcoholic option) and time to relax on secluded beaches.

Every trip is its’ own adventure and each one is different. You can paddle out to a deserted island, see a diverse array of the beautiful flora and fauna found in Grenada and, if you’re feeling up for it, swim in the warm, blue sea. As you glide amongst the coral reefs and mangroves you will soon forget what time it is and you’ll begin to feel at one with nature. Back on the beach, lunch, consisting of freshly prepared local specialities, has been set out for you. Sitting back with a refreshing drink you will soon realise that this is how to relax and have fun in Grenada.

Contact Info
Tel: 473 449 5248
Website: conservationkayak.com

10. Waterfalls

Seven Sisters Fall

seven-sisters-falls-grenadaA rain forest trek takes you to the first of the Seven Sisters, and a chance to invigorate yourself in the cool fresh mountain pool that flows into the Great River. Explore deeper into the rain forest in search of the other Six Sisters. It is an adventure to behold. Getting there is the joy of it as you traverse beyond the first falls along rugged trails and enchanting surroundings to reach the last sister. A guide is advised.


Victoria Falls


Reaching these towering falls is a challenge well worth the effort for the more adventurous. Located inland south east of Victoria, it is best to have a guide to find these breathtaking falls along the St. Mark’s River.

Annandale Falls

annandale-falls-grenadaJust a short drive from the capital, Annandale Falls are enclosed in a garden of green and a wall of rocks covered in soft ferns and other vegetation. A dip is most invigorating. Or simply revel in the beauty and sounds of the falls. Spend time in the surrounding gardens where tropical flowers and trees flourish and visit the Interpretation Centre. This is the easiest waterfall to get to and the most “touristy”.

Concord Falls

concorde-falls-grenadaA challenge for the unprepared, but exhilarating for those accustomed to rushing falls from on high. Walk the walk if you wish, or simply admire from a standstill. Be prepared to walk and walk some more to enjoy the wonders of Concord.

11. Dune Buggy Adventure Tours

Experience Grenada by riding along in a Polaris RZR Utility Recreational Vehicle to see our scenic historic and natural sites. There are several tours to choose from starting at $130US per person for a 3-hour tour. Drivers much have a valid driver’s license and be 25 years or older.  Passengers have to be able to sit with their backs against the seats and feet firmly planted on the floor boards. Therefore, this would not be suitable for young children.

12. Belmont Estate

belmont-estatePlantation Tour: Explore the fascinating story of the cocoa bean from traditional to present day methods of processing.

It is a story based on the miracles of nature – the transformation of raw cocoa into chocolate and other products; and of the people who nurture, maintain, harvest and process the cocoa delicately into world class beans. At the end of the tour sample our Grenadian chocolate and cocoa tea.

Rate: US $5 per person

Contact Info:
Tel: 473 442 9524
Website: belmontestate.net

13. Turtle Watching at Levera Beach

You would journey to Levera National Park in the very north of the island to sit in the moonlight watching Leatherback turtles bury their eggs in the sand. In Grenada, turtles start nesting in March and the last turtle hatchings make their way into the sea in late June to early July. Grenada is host to four of the world’s seven varieties of turtles – the largest being the 5ft-7ft Leatherback turtle with its bony shell. Endangered is the small Hawksbill turtle, which as a very beautiful shell. The trip now plays an essential role in Grenada’s effort to conserve the second largest population of nesting leatherbacks in the Caribbean.

This is a late night excursion. You leave Grand Anse at 6PM and typically are not back until midnight. It is quite an extensive drive at 1 hour 45 minutes each way as Levera Beach is right at the north of the island. Typically turtles do not lay their eggs during the day.

Caribbean Horizons & Tours partner with community tour guides and the marine biologists at Levera to take guests turtle watching. Contact Joanne at 444-1555 or 407-5468 to get pricing and make a booking.

Website: http://www.caribbeanhorizons.com/special-interest/turtle-watching.html

14. Shadowfax

Sunset Champagne Romance Cruise
Duration: 2 hours – 8 persons minimum

shadowfax-grenadaSipping champagne and savouring the romance and magnificence of the evening and the sunset, you will sail off the coast of St George’s, allowing you to take superb pictures of the historic buildings situated behind the bell-shaped harbour called the Carenage.

Special for this cruise: 2 glasses of Champagne

Circumnavigation of Grenada
Duration: 8 hours – 12 person’s minimum – lunch included

The circumnavigation of Grenada on Shadowfax will offer you an unforgettable cruise allowing you to discover at the northernmost point of Grenada “Sandy Island”, known for its immaculate white sand beach and turquoise waters, and offering a perfect stop for swimming, and snorkelling. This cruise is done clockwise starting from the lagoon in St George’s.

Included in all cruises
Complimentary pick-up service available from most Grenada hotels
Full open bar with rum punch, mixed drinks, beer, sodas, juices and mineral water
Quality snorkel gear – Instructions and a guided snorkel tour.

Contact Info
Tel: 473 437 3737
Email: shadowfax@spiceisle.com
$68.99 USD

Contact Info
Tel: 473-419-000
Website: grenadaseasunadventure.com