This old estate showcases a critical portion of Grenada's economy and makes it clear how the nation earned its name of "Spice Island".
Visitors who take the time to visit the old spice plantations and processing factories will get a glimpse at the man power, infrastructure, and work needed to produce the spices that the world demanded. While here, demonstrations will give you a first hand look, smell, and taste of the process.
The majority of the site is abandoned, and as you walk around you can explore the hollow processing centers and imagine how different it would have been as a busy center of economic production.
Gouyave is a good option for those wishing to visit Dougaldston Spice Estate, because visitors to this region of Grenada will have the benefit of easy museum access during their visit. There is a sufficient bunch of lodgings in the community near this attraction.
|Almost Paradise||Cottages||7.2 mi. (10.9 km)||NE|
|Petite Anse Hotel||Resort||7.3 mi. (11.0 km)||NE|
|Blue Sky South Cottages||Cottages||7.3 mi. (11.2 km)||NE|
|Barry's Country Retreat||Hotel||7.3 mi. (10.6 km)||NE|
There are a handful of close-by out-of-doors enterprises to participate in during the times when you are not taking in Dougaldston Spice Estate. Vacationers who enjoy showing their skills on the green, might want to do so at the closest golfing opportunity, which is Grenada Golf Course & Country Club. Uneventful moments can also be spent at Gouyave Beach, the nearest beach. Though you might find your options limited, a few other similar recreation options to choose from nearby. If you would rather remain inside there are also a few places of interest to visit within a short distance. One of the few indoor sites around the museum that your party might love is Concord Waterfall.
Location: Gouyave, Grenada
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