Grenada Will Knock You Off Your Feet with Its Amazing Waterfalls

Annandale Falls, Grenada
Annandale Falls, Grenada. Image via cummings__and__goings/Instagram

Like all other Caribbean countries, Grenada is home to many magnificent natural wonders that you can’t find anywhere else in the world— including some pretty breathtaking waterfalls. If you’re in the mood to go chasing waterfalls while in this country, these three spots are a good place to start.

Concord Falls

One of Grenada’s most stunning natural wonders, Concord Falls offers one of the most exhilarating experiences on the entire island. It’s one of the most accessible waterfalls from St George’s, located only about 15 miles away, and it will win you over with its tropical surroundings and natural plunge pool.

Mt Carmel Falls

One of Grenada’s best-kept secrets, Mt Carmel Falls is located a short ride away from Grenville. Its two falls cascade over 70 feet into the pools below, making it one of the highest waterfalls in this Caribbean country.

Annandale Waterfall & Forest Park

Annandale Waterfall & Forest Park is the ultimate green oasis and you’ll fall in love with it right away. This 30-foot waterfall will win you over with its lush vegetation and tiny pool at its base and is surrounded by tropical flowers, trees, and rocks covered in soft ferns and other vegetation.