We stopped herd when hiring a car to drive around. Quite a long winding road to get there but once there, it has a new tarmac car parking area and several trade stands, a shop etc. Very cold water. We were the only ones there...More
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We missed this place off our trip around the island but then regretted it so took a trip just to see the falls and spend an hour there. We were not disappointed. It was much better to visit than Seven Sisters, partly because you are...More
This was one of my must do things in Grenada. There are various falls but some can be tricky to get to during rainy season and the other you can't swim in. So we decided to go to Concord. It was really fun to swim...More
We went to the waterfall as part of an organised trip. The waterfall is beautiful, and we saw a hummingbird, a pretty lizard and a smoothed-beaked Ani. There is a cafe and lots of things to buy at the shops. But it spoiled my visit...More
The Upper Falls are the way to go if you can walk through the woods. Vaughan at Tropical Adventure Tours is an awesome guide to use for this and other hikes/tours. Really loved the hike to get there (you definitely have to be mobile for...More
Enjoyed watching the divers. The gift shop was really nice and they had a cute monkey. We bought lots of items to take home as gifts. Very reasonable. If your into patches, she has some nice ones.
By far the best about the Concord Falls was for me the walk towards it (and back). The falls themselves are in a lush, hilly nature (as is most of Grenada), but they were not overly impressive. On top it can get crowded up here,...More
If you have a vehicle, do not sweat it to get to this place, but it is a nice little stop in a tour bus. To get to the falls, you go down a short but steep flight of stairs. You will see nutmeg and...More
VERY easy to reach as it does not require any hiking. Nice large pool at the base of the falls. You can donate $ to the local kids who will do acrobatic dives into the pool from the top of the falls.