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Six Senses La Sagesse
With a distinct charm only found in the West Indies, Grenada is known for its sandy beaches, gentle island breezes, and warmhearted and welcoming vibe. Secluded by verdant green hills on the south coast, Six Senses La Sagesse enjoys a prime spot between two beaches – one protected and one with ocean rollers – and around a lagoon. The resort mimics a picturesque Caribbean village, influenced by the region’s traditional architecture and with no building higher than a palm tree. The walkways through the gardens are made of indigenous plants and materials, maintaining our ethos of harmony with nature as well as the connection to Grenada’s “Spice Island” heritage. This jewel is bursting with things to do and places to explore for the whole family. There is never a quiet day, unless you seek it.
A rainforest full of life including the island’s adored national bird, the Grenada Dove, the Mona monkey, mongoose, and the nine-banded armadillo. Grand Etang is also a hiker’s heaven, whether on a 15-minute stroll to a more demanding, guided climb up to Mount Qua Qua, or to the mysterious ‘bottomless’ Lake Grand Etang.
Known as one of the top beaches in Grenada. La Sagesse Beach is a protected, half-mile crescent of powdery sand sparkling in brilliant sunshine, dotted by palm trees, and surrounded by verdant tropical vegetation to create a sense of seclusion and idyllic escape.
This popular spot can be found off the rainforest-lined Grand Etang Road and features a stunning cascade and large pool to take a cooling dip, surrounded by a lush garden of colorful blooms and tropical foliage.
The buzzing little horseshoe-shaped harbor is the perfect place to get a flavor of Grenada, with bobbing boats, busy cafés, and a sprinkling of shady spots where you can watch the world go by or admire the line-up of waterside buildings.
Tingle your taste buds on a chocolate discovery journey, or a tour of spice cultivation spots at the Belmont Estate, finishing off with a taste of spicy rum punch at one of the local distilleries.
The island is renowned as the Shipwreck Capital of the Caribbean, sprinkled with numerous sunken ships, colorful marine reefs, and the world’s only underwater sculpture park. The Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park features over 65 sculptures beautifully encrusted in coral growth and sea life.
Private airport transfers from Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport to the resort take around 40 minutes and must be booked in advance.
As an all-year destination, there are lots of activities and festivals to celebrate throughout the year. However, December to May is the best time to visit to enjoy outdoor and daytime activities.
Discover wonders underwater, catch the perfect wave, soak up centuries-old culture (or rum), explore colorful markets, and experience some of the world’s greatest music, culminating in dancing to calypso and reggae beats at the Spicemas festival – the most important celebration on the island.