Discovering the hidden gems throughout Grenada can be the highlight of a tropical trip. For instance, this island has a selection of secluded and relaxing hot springs, many of which are open to the public. They can be found throughout the area, especially inland through dense jungles and vegetation. With the right guide, a visit to one of these hot springs can be a thrilling adventure to add to any Grenadian itinerary.
Where to find Grenada’s hot springs
Ask around to discover where the best springs can be located. One can be found near the town of Clabony in the south just off the road. There are also some located in the northeastern part of Grenada, which can be reached by Jeep, a little hiking and a local guide. The springs have not been made into a tourist destination, so they remain pure and untouched. Because of this, it takes a little know-how and determination to reach them.
Half of the appeal is the journey
While relaxing in a warm, natural pool is wonderful, travelers who venture to these hotspots also enjoy the chance to admire the incredible views and the diverse wildlife of the island. The bird population is colorful and flourishing, as are the flowers and ferns that blanket the forest floor. Take time to admire the surroundings on a hike to the hot springs, which can be a great change from the typical beach environment near the resorts and towns.
Before embarking to a hot spring, check with Concierge Services at Laluna to make sure it’s the right season and that the hot springs will be open to the public, as well as to arrange a guide for your journey. Land can change hands making some of these springs private, but resort staff will know where to point you in the right direction.