Waterfalls

There is no greater adventure than getting to a waterfall in Grenada. Annandale Falls is a short drive from the capital city of St Georges. If you’re nervous about hiking, Annandale has a paved pathway and is perfect for rock hopping and picnicking. For those who enjoy discovering hidden treasures and are game for a trek that reveals the beauty spots of our island, try Concord, Mount Carmel and Seven Sisters Waterfalls. We recommend you take a guide, start the day early and bring suitable hiking shoes and most definitely swimwear – the water will surely cool you down after a stimulating trek!

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Annandale Waterfalls

Annandale Waterfalls

Located on Grenada | Waterfalls

Just 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.

Concord Waterfalls

Concord Waterfalls

Located on Grenada | Waterfalls

Concord waterfalls is a 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.

Royal Mt. Carmel Waterfalls

Royal Mt. Carmel Waterfalls

Located on Grenada | Waterfalls

Situated two miles south of Grenville, and also known as the Marquis Falls, this is the highest on the island, with two falls cascading over 70 feet into the pools below. It is difficult to get lost, as the sound of the falls will lead you directly there.

Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters

Located on Grenada | Waterfalls

A 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.

Victoria Waterfalls

Victoria Waterfalls

Located on Grenada | Waterfalls

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.