Belmont Estate, Belmont

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Experience a traditional cocoa producing plantation at Belmont Estate, a 17th-century colonial plantation. Take a guided tour of the complex to learn about cocoa's history and cultivation process. Roam the organic farm and gardens, interact with farm animals at the petting zoo, or visit the small heritage museum for a better sense of the site's history. After the tour, sit back and sample some Grenadian cuisine with dishes showcasing fresh local produce. Find out how to plan Belmont trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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  • This is a lovely place to visit and could well have spent more time here than we did. The guided tour of the chocolate and cocoa drying area was very interesting  more »
  • You don't want to miss Belmont Estate. It was so cool to see how chocolate is made - the traditional Grenada way! And the lunch was delicious. Thank you!  more »
  • We arrived late morning and there was no one available for the tour at that time so went and had lunch first. The restaurant was lovely. Food was superb and the the service excellent. Took a while to....  more »
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  • Belmont Estates is a really good family alternative to the island tours. I wouldn't recommend doing both though, as a lot of the interesting information is covered at the estate. The very interactive and hands on chocolate farm tour was well done. The tour guide was amazing and very patient. He spoke at a level that was good for kids. There are tons of farm animals and birds on the premises, many of which you can pet. My son loved talking to the birds. It was fairly quiet when we were there with not a lot of visitors. We maybe spent 2 hours at the most. I found the chocolate that they had there for sale was on the expensive side.
  • Charming, rustic local restaurant. Hearty meals with a local bent, non-alcoholic establishment. Set on an old cocoa estate with a mini museum, organic goat dairy, chocolatier, local condiments on sale. Tour of the estate also available, very picturesque, enjoyable way to spend an afternoon.
  • We had an incredible experience at the Belmont Estate. Our tour guide Kelly was highly informative and explained how chocolate is made. The staff and people at the estate were really nice and kind. The lunch buffet was great and service was excellent. Would recommend it to all visiting Grenada.
  • Kelly, our guide, was fantastic. Chocolate making in a small scale. Tried almost all aspects from a taste side. Sucking on the raw seeds out of the pod, trying the drying nibs, and than different products.
  • Beautiful. Has a chocolate factory where you can take a tour and lots of free samples (really good chocolate). Has a nice restaurant, but they are only open for lunch, only downfall

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