Falls Without a Name
Two blocks down the road from Annandale Falls is this gem. I suppose it does not have a name because it is not perennial, but intermittent. Since now we are in the rainy season, it surpases its sister in size & beauty.
The smallest of all the island falls, 30’, this is popular to visitors and locals alike, due to its accessibility. The platform on the right allows for jumping in, however, there are men who jump from 50’ ht. (on to of the rocks on the left,) for a small donation when you take their photo.
Patsy is making a living in a creative way. It was worth a small fee to get a shot with her!
The lower falls, 65’ in height, are lovely and just a few steps away from the parking area, which is new and generous in size. The road up, not so much- very narrow, curvy roads on this whole island make traveling to these beautiful places a challenge! There are many more falls in Grenada, but access into the National parks in the mountains requires patience and a bit of nerve.
After we bought mangos at the store, we saw hundreds of them fallen from the huge trees here in the mountains. Couldn’t help but get a picture of these 2 adorable brothers at the falls above the falls. They were eating mangoes when we first came upon them. They look like healthy guys, as do most people on this island, likely due to all the fresh produce available to them.
There are many more falls on this beautiful island. Come visit and we will set up your own personal tour!