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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
Paid a taxi driver $40 and he took us on a private, three hour tour of the island (tipped him $40 as well). We saw Annandale Falls, Grand Anse beach, had a delicious swordfish lunch and purchased spices and rum from locals in the St. ... Read More
Paid a taxi driver $40 and he took us on a private, three hour tour of the island (tipped him $40 as well). We saw Annandale Falls, Grand Anse beach, had a delicious swordfish lunch and purchased spices and rum from locals in the St. George area. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
Port was a bit pushy trying to sell everything, did our own thing and walked up to the fort which was good, then took a water taxi to one of the beaches which was good value and friendly, island very pretty Read More
Port was a bit pushy trying to sell everything, did our own thing and walked up to the fort which was good, then took a water taxi to one of the beaches which was good value and friendly, island very pretty Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2018
This was my favorite port. Looks like a fairy tale village. People are friendly. We walked through the historic tunnel. Climbed to the top of the hill to see the ruins of an old church and steeple, took pictures of the ship from up there ... Read More
This was my favorite port. Looks like a fairy tale village. People are friendly. We walked through the historic tunnel. Climbed to the top of the hill to see the ruins of an old church and steeple, took pictures of the ship from up there and took these ancient carved steps back to the port. Fun and free. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
We just took a taxi to Grand Anse beach. We entered at the Alamanda Hotel and the taxi driver arranged to be back to pick us up. Beach entrance was free but there were beach chairs and wifi there for a fee. Bathrooms do cost too so... ... Read More
We just took a taxi to Grand Anse beach. We entered at the Alamanda Hotel and the taxi driver arranged to be back to pick us up. Beach entrance was free but there were beach chairs and wifi there for a fee. Bathrooms do cost too so... go before you come or in the ocean. The beaches were sandy white and beautiful, clear, warm water. The beach didn't have lots of palms where we were, but Sea Almond trees that looked really cool and provided a lot of shade. Lots of locals pedaling goods on the beach but we didn't mind too much and even bought some things. We didn't have a lot of time but we enjoyed swimming in the ocean and soaking up some sunshine on the beach for a few hours. We would love to have more time in Grenada in the future. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2018
Beautiful island of spice! I wish we had taken an excursion here. We opted to enjoy the shopping area which was located just off the ship. It was an enjoyable day! Read More
Beautiful island of spice! I wish we had taken an excursion here. We opted to enjoy the shopping area which was located just off the ship. It was an enjoyable day! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
The port was pleasant enough and the locals were nice enough as well, However, there really isn't too much to do or see in the vicinity of the port. Beware of the Sendall Tunnel, which we were told is a pedestrian zone. It most certainly ... Read More
The port was pleasant enough and the locals were nice enough as well, However, there really isn't too much to do or see in the vicinity of the port. Beware of the Sendall Tunnel, which we were told is a pedestrian zone. It most certainly isn't and people and vehicles are made to get way too close to each other. Read Less

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