Carib's Leap is the a large cliff where the last of the island's indigenous warriors committed suicide by leaping from the cliff. After consistent losses in battles against the new European settlers, the natives gave up and killed themselves instead of surrendering.
The site is marked by a vertical tiled monument with a cross carved out of the center, allowing you to see through it. There is also a plaque telling the story of the final Carib people on Grenada.
A welcoming part of Grenada is a good option for those wishing to visit Carib's Leap, because travelers to this part of Grenada will have the benefit of easy site access during their visit. With just a small number of accommodations around the community around Carib's Leap, only a little foot movement should be predicted.
|Blue Sky South Cottages||Cottages||0.6 mi. (11.2 km)||WNW|
|Barry's Country Retreat||Hotel||0.7 mi. (10.6 km)||S|
|Petite Anse Hotel||Resort||1.0 mi. (11.0 km)||WNW|
|Almost Paradise||Cottages||1.1 mi. (10.9 km)||WNW|
If you're ready for some outdoor excitement, think about Sauteurs Bay, the closest beach to this historical site.
You can visit the site free of charge, though if you want a guided your you will need to pay a fee.
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