This immersive Grenada garden tour at Smithy’s Garden, includes a delicious local breakfast on the veranda with the owner, offered by Caribbean Horizons.

Grenada Garden Tour & Breakfast with the Birds Highlights

  • Take a scenic drive to Smithy’s Garden, located just a mile from historic Fort Frederick
  • Enjoy a tour of the garden, filled with spice trees, exotic fruits and tropical flowers
  • Tuck into a delicious Grenadian breakfast, entertained by the garden’s resident birds
  • Learn about flower arranging with a demonstration from Anne, the owner
  • Head to Westerhall Rum Distillery and Museum for a tour and to sample aged rums

From US$ 125

Duration: 3.5 Hours

Pineapple Ginger First blooms May 2011, planted almost 6 years ago!
Orchid's at Smithy's Garden
First Pineapple of the Season
Copper in Smithy's Garden
Pineapple Ginger First blooms May 2011, planted almost 6 years ago!
Orchid's at Smithy's Garden
First Pineapple of the Season
Copper in Smithy's Garden

Full Tour Description

This Grenada garden tour offered by Caribbean Horizons offers an immersive insider experience, with the chance to explore a private tropical garden and then enjoy breakfast with the owner and the garden’s inquisitive resident birds. Tucked away in the leafy neighbourhood of Morne Jaloux, just a mile from historic Fort Frederick, is the lush and inviting Smithy’s Garden. Known for its wild feel, the gently sloping garden is full of fruit trees, orchids, exotic flowers and more. The owner Anne and her daughter Claire are keen florists and have contributed to Grenada’s flower arranging teams in Cincinnati and London. Following a tour of the garden, Anne will treat you to a flower arranging demonstration and then invite you to join her for a delicious local Grenadian breakfast. Start with exotic fresh fruits picked directly from the garden. Depending on what’s in season this might include, papaya, melon, guava, mango, sugar apple, orange, sapodilla and pineapple. Next up, tuck into local breakfast favourites like saltfish souse, smoked herring, salt ham, toasted cassava, scrambled eggs, fried and baked bakes (a type of local bread), coconut bun, homemade plum jam and more, served up with tea, coffee, lemongrass tea and fresh juices. Next, head to Westerhall Rum Distillery and Museum to learn about the production of Grenadian rum. This historic estate is filled with artefacts and equipment for rum production that dates back hundreds of years. Sample the different blends of aged rum produced by the distillery, and stock up on bottles to take home with you as gifts and souvenirs.

To learn more about rum and other tantalising products made on the island’s estates, consider Caribbean Horizons’ Grenada Gardens Tour – Island Estates, [hyperlink to tour] or for a full day private island tour where you can choose the route and destinations, check out our Best of Grenada – Private Island Tour.

Things to note:

  • Group tour with minimum 2 pax
  • Travel in AC vehicle with experienced tour guide
  • Tour times: 9am-12.30pm
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Wear comfortable clothing and shoes
  • Bring sunblock, insect repellent, sunglasses, camera, and cash for souvenirs and gratuities
  • Leave jewellery and valuables behind
  • Guests are required to sign a disclaimer