Scenic view points of Grenada

Grenada is certainly at the top of the world's list of rest and relaxation destinations. Few people however know that apart from its idyllic beaches, the country has so much more to offer. Among the attractions you would be interested to visit are;

St. Georges Town

This has earned the tag of being the prettiest town in the Caribbean. Its horse-shoe shaped harbor and volcanic hills are best captured from a yacht or a boat.

Fort Frederick

This historical fort is perched on top of Richmond Hill. It overlooks the harbor and the town of St. George's.

Fort George

Built in 1705, this is the oldest fort in Grenada. It offers you the sprawling views of the sea. Enjoy a 360 degrees view of the red tiled roofs and church spires of the town of St. Georges from the fort.

Morne Rouge Bay

Located south of the Grand Anse, this bay offers jaded-green sea, lush foliage, and white sand beaches. It is postcard perfect.

Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve

Enjoy the biodiversity of Grenada at this park. Attractions inside the park include; the Grand Etang Lake, Seven Sisters Falls, Mount Qua Qua Trail, and Shoreline Trail

Levera National Park

Get to see the dramatic scene where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean from the cliffs of Levera National Park. Attractions within the park include; Bathways Beach, Levera Pond, and Bird-Watch Bridge.

Other scenic view points of Grenada include; Annandale Falls, Underwater Sculpture Park, Dougaldston Spice Estate, La Sagesse Nature Centre, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique among many more.

by Kennedy Runo on 02/16/2015 in Sightseeing