Customisable private tour of the beautiful island of Grenada
Awe-inspiring landmarks in towns of St. George and Grenville
Incredible natural treasures like the Grand Etang Rainforest
Opportunity to take a chocolate tour at a 17th-century farm
You set the pace of exploration to see the island your way
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Private guided tour of Grenada
Roundtrip transport from and to most centrally located Grenada hotels or the Grenada Port Authority Cruise Ship Terminal
Live tour commentary provided in English or Spanish
Admission to sites along the tour route
Food and drinks
Know Before You Book
This tour has a maximum duration of 6 hours.
English- and Spanish-speaking tour guides are available. Please inform the supplier of your language preference when you call to confirm your reservation.
Roundtrip transport is available from most centrally located Grenada hotels or the Grenada Port Authority Cruise Ship Terminal. Please arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
You will arrange your exact tour departure time directly with the local tour operator after booking.
What you can expect
Explore the Island of Spice at your own pace during a private guided tour of Grenada. A local guide ushers you to a series of sightseeing destinations, with the option to stop at sites of interest like the city of St. George, Grand Etang National Park, and a working organic farm at Belmont Estate.
Following convenient pick-up, head into the tropical countryside, dotted with verdant hills formed by volcanoes centuries ago. Before travelling to your first destination, chat with your friendly guide about the attractions you hope to visit. Those interested in Grenada's urban expansion might consider a scenic cruise along the island's west coast, followed by an illuminating look at the capital city of St. George.
Likewise, you can also head into central Grenada for a drive through the dense jungle foliage of Grand Etang National Park. Other attractions include Grenville—Grenada's second largest city—and Belmont Estate, where a former plantation functions as an educational site, replete with an organic farm, petting zoo, and an active cocoa-processing facility. Following your island adventures, find a spot to treat yourself to a late-afternoon lunch.