Fancy a steamy, relaxing bath outside with nature?
Then a visit to a secluded but relaxing hot spring may be the answer. Also called Sulphur springs, the hot springs have been left untouched and not dressed up for tourists which adds to the ‘real Grenada’ experience. Some of the springs are hard to find and some require a good hike to get there. Don’t worry, Tom will ensure that you arrive safely at each spring. The Clabony Volcanic Hot Spring, which has iron salts in it and can be found near the town of Grenville, is a short trek. The River Sallee Sulphur Springs, south of the Levera National Park and approximately a 45 minutes hike, has six boiling springs with some containing clear salt water.