Tufton Hall Waterfall

For those seeking a real challenge, Tufton Hall Waterfall may be for you. The largest waterfall on the island, Tufton Hall has been secluded from official knowledge for many years, thanks to the tough terrain around it. However, those who do reach the falls are rewarded with a monstrous fall, pools fit for swimming, as well as smoking sulfur pools. For any hiker up to the task, this ultimate challange on Grenada is one that should not be missed.

Reaching nearly one-hundred feet long, this massive waterfall falls in a series of cascades that creates a site of immense beauty and a sound that emanates the beauty of the surroundings. Tucked away in jagged terrain and forests, Hufton Falls is surrounded by green trees and covered with grey and brown rocks. The ground takes after the mountainous region, and the constant drops and inclines will leave any hiker breathing heavy and longing for the crisp pool that awaits them at the falls.


Located on the southeastern part of Victoria, near Crayfish, Tufton Hall Waterfall welcomes local residents and vacationers lodging in this town or nearby. Regardless of whether or not you are staying particularly close, you are free to stop by to check out the sights. Gouyave is to the south west.

Expect to hike to this waterfall, the rough terrain and forest approach make any vehicle, even a four wheeler near useless. Located deep in the forest and mountains to the east of Victoria, a guide or local map will be needed to find this waterfall. Just be prepared for a tough hike; bring plenty of water and durable shoes, you will need them.

Nearby Restaurants

And, one of the most delightful options while spending an afternoon exploring the area could be chowing down on a dish at a restaurant within traveling distance of Tufton Hall Waterfall. Choppher's Cafe is a wonderful location to have a bite to eat at before visiting this waterfall, and is the most convenient dining option from it. Bernie's Ice Cream and Petite Anse Restaurant are some more dining possibilities in close to this natural attraction. At Petite Anse Restaurant you may test out Caribbean cuisine and experience the culture of Grenada.

Nearby Attractions

Active travelers that like waterfalls, and are interested in visiting others, ought to think about Victoria Falls and Paraclete; which are both a little ways off, but within reach if you've got a car. Additional local activities include Alston George Park, which is within traveling range in Victoria. Also, you might consider heading over to Duquense Bay Petroglyphs, which is another attraction close by.

Waterfalls are one type of attraction you can visit, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The following table includes other attractions close-by.

Attractions Near Tufton Hall Waterfall
Attraction Type Distance Direction Location
Alston George Park -- 0.5 mi. (4.0 km) NW Victoria
Duquense Bay Petroglyphs Historic Site 2.4 mi. (7.8 km) NE Industry
Dougaldston Spice Estate Historic Site 2.9 mi. (0.9 km) SW 0.5 mi. South of Gouyave
Carib's Leap Historic Site 4.8 mi. (11.7 km) NE 7.3 mi. North of Grenville

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Location: Victoria, Grenada


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