One of the most popular attractions on an island full of natural attractions, the Levera National Park features some wonderful views and a plethora of wildlife that hikers will be able to see throughout the year.
Levera National Park stretches over 450 acres, and throughout that area consists of varied topography, vegetation, and ecosystems.
Most visitors in to the park will be coming for the ability to hike along the twisting trails that will bring you to some of the most scenic views in all of Grenada. Additionally, a trail heading down to a swamp will give those hikers the ability to see some of the waterfowl that thrive in the ecosystem.
Levera National Park is located on the northern edge of the island of Grenada, 1.1 miles east of Sauteurs; it's seven miles (11 kilometers) to the north of Grenville.
And, one of the most delightful options while spending a few hours exploring the area is enjoying food at a restaurant within traveling distance of the nature preserve. Morne Fendue where you and your group should be sure to try out Creole dishes and experience the culture of Grenada.is a great location to enjoy a meal at on your way to visiting this wildlife reservation, and will be of particular interest to visitors looking for a convenient meal. Also nearby, you and your party will come across options like and
Those interested in seeing a second wildlife reservation, visit Grand Etang National Park and Forest, which is located 9.9 miles to the south west of this wildlife reservation. Additional local activities include Carib's Leap, which is a mile and a half away near Grenville. You might also want to think about checking out River Antoine Rum Distillery, which is another nearby attraction.
Nature preserves are a great attraction to visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The following list contains attractions that are nearby.
|Carib's Leap||Historic Site||1.5 mi. (11.7 km)||W||7.3 mi. North of Grenville|
|River Antoine Rum Distillery||Historic Site||3.2 mi. (6.4 km)||S||4.0 mi. North-Northeast of Grenville|
|Belmont Estate||Historic Site||3.3 mi. (5.9 km)||S||3.7 mi. North of Grenville|
|Historic Site||4.2 mi. (7.8 km)||W||Industry|
Between May and September of every year, much of the beach side of the park is protected, as sea turtles come here to lay their eggs.
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