Grand Etang National Park


Grenada’s verdant interior features lush, jungle-dense mountains laced with crystal-clear rivers. Explore this wondrous terrain with a visit to the Grand Etang National Park, 580 meters (1,900 feet) above sea level. While traversing trails, visitors relish not only the dramatic landscapes, but also the inhabitants: mongooses, armadillos, monkeys and a seemingly endless array of tropical birds. Other highlights include the Seven Sisters Waterfall and Grand Etang Lake, a water-filled crater of an extinct volcano.

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