Stopped here while driving to the country. This place is a bit boring not much to do. There's no water sports no fishing nothing... There's a small deck to stand on where you can look over the edge to see small fish. There's a small...More
About Grand Etang Lake
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We stopped here on our way to Seven Sisters Waterfall and there was a small guided tour there already, so the guide was able to tell us about the lake. It's like something out of Jurassic Park, surrounded by heavily-wooded hills. Beautiful setting and we...More
This lake is pleasant, easily reachable by car, and full of fish that will swarm if you toss in a few pieces of bread. However, fishing is not permitted. A trail leads around the lake at an elevated level.
When we got there we were competing with 25-30 tourists (complete with screaming kids) who all wanted to look at the water. It's....water. Nothing to do there other than possibly feed the fish. Interesting that they don't know how deep it goes but you can't...More
The Grand Etang is a forested nature reserve in the centre of Grenada with a lake which originated from a now extinct volcano's crater. It has many nature trails.
We took a stop here on the way the the Annandale Falls. There are lovely gazebos for sitting and a nice space to BBQ or picnic. Don't forget to bring some crackers to feed the fish! Bring enough as they are very hungry. They were...More
Well, at least it is cool and pleasant to visit ... Not much to see nor anything interesting ... Just a refreshing escape from the heat of the coast ...