Anne Campbell

Guide: Anne Campbell

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
Smithys Garden Morne Jaloux – it is part of nature, God’s creation and it brings me joy and tranquility. In addition to flowers there are loads of birds singing in the trees, and lots of wildlife, lizards, millipedes, butterflies and even the occasional iguana – too many animals to name! Come, see for yourself!

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
Uncover Grenada’s fascinating history by booking one of our interpretive tours linking petroglyphs Napoleon and Ronald Reagan.

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
Coconut fusions: – callaloo soup, oil down, fry jacks, corn cocoo, ice cream mouse, fudge and chipchip – have you tried these yet?

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
The People – a true world mix – and our wonderful quality of life and freedom which we often take for granted.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
Interacting with people and telling them something meaningful about Grenada that they can relate to.

Michael Bowen

Guide: Michael Bowen

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
A drive through Belvedere because of the tranquil atmosphere, the scenic mountains and valleys with their lush vegetation as well as the many natural springs flowing with fresh cool water.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
A private island tour which should last approximately 4 hours. You can get to see the best of Grenada in these hours with stops at the St. George’s Marketplace, one of the waterfalls, the rainforest, and one of the old forts.

 

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
Oil Down because I can see and taste the colours and flavours of our rich integrated culture and is also very healthy.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
The climate and the relative safety.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
Being able to share my country’s history and culture with visitors.

Guide  Christoper ‘Mac’ McDonald

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
The Grand Etang Rainforest is my favourite spot in Grenada because it is home to our refreshing waterfalls, our energetic and expressive Mona Monkey, endemic birds all surrounded by endless tranquillity and lush vegetation along with many other unbelievable flora and fauna that together speak of the uniqueness of our island.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
A hike is a must do for any visitor to our beautiful island. We have a range of trails suited for any type traveller, the young, the old, the fast,  and even the slow. St. Margaret’s waterfalls (Seven Sisters Falls)  is one that I recommend highly, mainly because it is located in the rainforest (my favourite spot), the length of time needed to explore it (driving and hiking) is approximately 4 hours and it caters to various levels of difficulty. You can walk, run or slide, and an enchanting waterfall awaits as a reward into the falls.

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
Oildown is by far my favouite Grenadian dish, it reminds me of my days growing up where creating the ideal Oildown involved each one of my four brothers taking charge of a different task and completing it. It was always an activity the guys in the home took charge of and where ever we were there was laughter.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
The friendliness of my people is one characteristic that I’m most proud of.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
I love meeting people, telling them about my homeland and helping them create unforgettable memories.

Dwight Gibbs with guests

Guide: Dwight Gibbs

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
Fort George.
It has a very rich history as way back as the 1600’s up to 1990’s. The view is breathtaking and it gives you the opportunity to look down at the town and it’s surroundings and take your guest on a tour from the fort.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
A must do in Grenada is a visit at one of the chocolate factories, especially the Jouvay chocolate factory.  You have present remains of an old plantation, on the hill is a plantation house , with those things present you can give your guest a history of the island talking about the importance of cocoa to the island both past and present and also a brief history of the cocoa it’s health value and of course the exposure to the chocolate making process and cap it off with tastings.

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
My favorite dish is Oil Down. Just as how Grenada is made up of different people from different cultures all living peaceful and as we say here in niceness,  just so Oil Down is a cook up of many different palatable food items all seasoned and cooked together to give you one of the best tasting dishes.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
The lush vegetation, the beauty of the island and the friendliness of the people. The friendliness is unmatched.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
What I really like about being a tour guide is meeting people from all walks of life from all over the world and sharing my island with them and at the same time in a space of a few hours wowing them and becoming friends and making return guest.

Denny John

Guide: Denny John

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
My favourite attraction is Grand Anse Beach because it lies around the hotel belt.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
I would recommend Grand Etang as an attraction because of the lush vegetation.

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
My favorite dish is steamed vegetables with stew fish because it’s all local and healthy.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
I like the mountainous terrain and the warmth and friendliness of the people.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
I like meeting different people and telling them about our beautiful island.

donald decoteau

Guide: Donald DeCoteau

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
My favorite spot is Fort Frederick because of the view and the history.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
Visit the Island, know the history and  see the spices. Go to the beach so they can enjoy the sun!

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
Oil down this is because this is the national dish and the flavor is incredible.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
The hospitality of the people and  the lush green mountains.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
Taking the guest around giving them knowledge of the country  eg.the history, the culture and more.

Davidson Campbell

Guide: Davidson Campbell

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
My favorite spot in Grenada is the market square especially on a Saturday because it’s where our farmers come out and sell their products to the locals.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
See the entire island which can be done just a few hours – one can see the nutmeg station and other historical spots around the island.

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
Peleau because it’s a dish that’s cooked with healthy and colourful vegetables.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
I like the peace and quietness of the island.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
What I enjoy best about being a tour guide, is going out on adventures and meeting people of different backgrounds and cultural ethnicity.

Guide: Karl Beausouleil

1. Which is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
My favorite spot in Grenada is the Concord area with extensions to the Concord waterfalls. This is my favorite spot because this is the area I grew up in  and it brings back memories as a child when we used to travel to the falls to have swims at the refreshing waterfall.

2. What do you think somebody has to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?
My recommendation to someone visiting Grenada would be the Grand Etang rain forest and the crater lake since the rainforest is lush and green with lots of moisture and is always cool and refreshing. One can also see the Mona monkeys, they’re very friendly and you can take breathtaking pictures of them!

3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?
My favorite dish is oil down because it is our national dish.  Although it  takes a long time to prepare, it is really delicious after its hours of preparation.

4. What do you like most about Grenada?
What I like most about Grenada is its lush and green vegetation, its mountainous features, white sandy beaches and the friendliness of its people.

5. What do you like best about being a Tour Guide?
What I like best of being a tour guide is the exposure of meeting people and learning about there cultural background in return of me showing them something of my beautiful island.

Ted James

Guide: Ted James

1. What is your favorite spot in Grenada and why?
My favorite spot in Grenada is the Belvedere plantation because of its refreshing, cool, lush and green vegetation. It’s one of my favorite spots in Grenada where most of our farmers plant and reap their produce.

2. What do you think somebody visiting is a must to do in Grenada? Which attraction do you recommend and why?

Any visiting guest must see the Diamond Chocolate Factory since this is one of the most popular
sites on the island. On this site guest would be able to see the Cocoa pods in the fields, and the
process that takes the cocoa from beans into chocolate. The sampling of the chocolates is also
done there and is quite a site to see on guest faces as they sample one of the world’s best dark
chocolates.

 3. What is your favorite Grenada Dish and why?

My favorite dish is oil down and is also our national dish. It is a very special dish, has a special taste and has so many different ingredients used in its preparation.

  1. What I like most about Grenada?

What I like most about my island is that Grenada is not a very big country to get around however it is very peaceful when compared to other countries,  hence I enjoy  the friendliness and warm of its people.

 5. What do you like best about being a tour Guide?

I love to be a tour Guide because it’s a joy to meet people of different backgrounds and in return to share the history of my beautiful island.

Caribbean Horizons Staff

Meet our Airport Dispatch Staff

These are the faces of our Team who will Meet and Greet you at the Airport.

These four Staff Members  are our Ground Reps based at the Office – they visit clients as well as act as Dispatchers for booking and sending out all our tours on a daily basis. ( Standing Quaver McGuire, L to R Jeremiah DeCoteau, Shantelle Jeremiah  and Emmalee Paul)