Choose Caribbean Horizons for this exciting anthropological excursion packed with culture, history and nature as you search for hidden Grenada petroglyphs.

Grenada Petroglyphs – Rock Art Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy a scenic drive around Grenada, stopping at various sites
  • Learn about Grenada’s history and culture with an expert guide
  • Browse the informative displays at the Grenada National Museum
  • Visit almost all Amerindian petroglyph rock art sites on the island
  • Stock up on tree-to-bar goodies at the Belmont Estate chocolate shop
  • Return to St. George’s via the lush Grand Etang rainforest

From US$ 120

Duration: 6 Hours

Rock Art Tour
Rock Art at Mt Rich Grenada
Sharpening stones at Fontenoy
Rock Art Tour
Rock Art at Mt Rich Grenada
Sharpening stones at Fontenoy

Full Tour Description

This unique historical tour unveils hidden anthropological sites scattered around Grenada. ‘Rock art’ is a fascinating form of artistic expression – for thousands of years humans have engraved, etched, painted or otherwise physically changed the surfaces of rocks and cave walls. On this fascinating tour your Caribbean Horizons guide will evoke images of the rituals that took place at the sites you visit, and you’ll learn about traditions and customs still practised today that come from Grenada’s Amerindian, West African and European settlers. Start at the Grenada National Museum in St. George’s, with Amerindian artifacts and other displays bringing the island’s history to life. Then drive along the scenic west coast, stopping at an Amerindian sharpening stone near the National Stadium. The tour continues, visiting petroglyphs at various sites including Duquesne Bay, Victoria, Mt. Rich and Grand Etang. The exciting search takes you to beaches, towns, along rivers, into the rainforest and even to an abandoned airstrip, Pearls, which was once the site of an Amerindian village. You’ll also stop at the chocolate shop at the historic Belmont Estate to stock up on sweet treats and will have the opportunity to buy other traditional foods along the way.

If you’d like to learn more about Grenada’s fascinating history, check out Into the Past – Grenada Historical Tour,  or consider a Best of Grenada – Private Island Tour  created bespoke just for you.

Things to note:

  • Group tour with minimum 2 pax
  • Travel in AC vehicle with experienced tour guide
  • Tour times: 8:30am – 2:30pm
  • 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