Just like the island’s beaches are classic Caribbean, so is Grenada’s verdant interior. The lush, jungle-dense mountains are laced with crystalline rivers, hiking trails and steep, curving roads. And Grand Etang Forest Reserve, 1,900 feet above sea level, is the ultimate island interior. While transversing trails, visitors relish not only the imposing landscapes, but also its inhabitants, which include mongoose, armadillos, monkeys and an seemingly endless array of tropical birds. Another highlight of the misted mountain setting, Seven Sisters Waterfall is a series of—you guessed it—seven river drop-offs.