Cabier Ocean Lodge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Cabier Ocean Lodge
TripAdvisor Reviews Cabier Ocean Lodge Crochu
Travel Blogs from Crochu
... long with black & red velvety bodies. These were soon to become not pretty butterflies but, as Randell explained, rather ugly moths !
As we wandered around the gardens the rain drops became a little heavier, I was amused to see a family member using a large leaf as an umbrella whilst us tourists had the more traditional nylon brolly.
At the end of the tour we enjoyed a rum punch on the verandah. A most enjoyable couple of ...
Early morning sitting on the deck watching the sunrise over the hills in St. George's Bay, Grenada. Went in to St. George's market this morning for some fresh from the coconut milk. Taxi ride in a van made for 8 packed with 19 people up to the top of the mountain in Grenada followed by a muddy hike through the rain forest to a beautiful waterfall. Waiting at ...
... we met up with David at Spice Island Marina and learned that all the boat work had been completed while we were gone and we could splash the boat a day early! We anchored in Prickly Bay for the night and started putting the boat back in order again.
In the upcoming days and weeks are preparing to leave Grenada to head north for a ...
... and a friend did a moonlight "hash" where they showed up at a specified location and are given a sheet of paper with clues about the trail. They can either walk or run the 2-7 mile trail followed by beers and a BBQ. The length differs each week and at different locations or even islands. The participants are mostly medical students from Ross University, locals and about 15 percent are cruisers. David informed me that if anyone showed ...
... There were several stalls set up in both semi-permanent spots as well as temporary spots and several locals selling necklaces made from Nutmeg and various spices as well as shells. Speaking of shells, there were some large conch shells for $20 and the large shell with the lovely shiny pink in it for $10 - amazing prices really and a little further on, another seller had the shiny pink ones for $3 – they’d fit in the palm of your hand. Lots ...