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This trail takes you along the borders of a lake that formed in the crater of an extinct volcano. The trail is level and traverses several very small streams, ankle deep and is approximately 4.5 km in length.
What makes this an amazing experience is...More
My husband and I had the pleasure of having a personal tour guide (his name was Lennox) take us through the Grand Etang National Park during an unforgettable trip on our honeymoon.
Our first stop was the Grand Etang Lake, which has tilapia in it...More
steep trails, very cool, with plenty green trees. love to hear the crackling of the monkeys and looking at the clear sky and the large body of water beneath - the lake surrounded by the green grass and the fishes swmming.
Totally different lake, crazy flowers. Looks like Jurassic Park kind of my friends thought, like a dinasour would come out. Huge Palms, and lush foliage. Peaceful. Cooler than down on the lower parts of island for sure.
We visited the park in late October, 2011, and were disappointment to find the trail around the lake in a state of nearly-impassable neglect. It was completely overgrown, with 2” deep mud right from the trailhead leaving the parking area (wear good waterproof hiking shoes)....More