Seven Sisters Falls, Grand Etang National Park
(4.3/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
In the depths of Grand Etang National Park lies a hidden gem--Seven Sisters Falls, Grenada's central highland mecca for hikers and nature-lovers. Although relatively short (45 minutes), the hike to the falls is of medium difficulty, leading through the park, and passing plantations of nutmeg trees and bananas along the way. Admire the cascade tucked within lush tropical vegetation, then relax with a refreshing swim under them as the water crashes into the pool. The passage through rainforest involves some steep areas and muddy parts, so wear sturdy shoes. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Seven Sisters Falls by using our Grand Etang National Park itinerary planner.
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  • When I came to the entrance to the waterfalls, they told me that I need a guide. I told that I'm experienced hiker and in good shapen, but the men insisted and scares me with all possibles dangers. So...  more »
  • For an athletic person the hike was great. For everyone else the hike is a little difficult. Definitely take the walking stick that they provide at the beginning of the hike. The hike wasn't too long,...  more »
  • We hired a taxi to take us on a tour of the island and wanted to include these falls. It's not too long or hard of a hike to get to the falls. We had a guide up top named Niquan and he was awesome! Wh...  more »