Royal Mt Carmel Waterfall, Grenada - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:155598616
Upload date:November 02, 2012

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Falling from a hight of over 70 feet, the Royal Mt Carmel Waterfall is the highest fall of Grenada and consists of two waterfalls with clear pools below. They can be reached quite easily, walking through a private plantation, where some of the local spices and fruits are grown. The path comes to a crossroads: on the left goes to the highest waterfall, on the right, crossing the creek, you get to the lowest one. It is a gentle 30 minute hike, but If it has rained recently, the trail can be a little muddy. Grenada W.I.
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