Grenada is filled with the world’s Caribbean treasures. One proof of that is lake Antoine in Tivoli. It is one of the most interesting, the most beautiful lakes that you can find not just in Grenada but in all of North America as well.
Location and How to Get There
Lake Antoine is located at the northern parish of St. Particks, in Tivoli. It is the second largest lake in the country next to the very popular Grand Etang Lake.
Lake Antoine is the source of the famous Rivers Rum of River Antoine. You can reach the lake by traveling up north River Antoine Estate. The travel through narrow, bumpy road to the lake is well worth it because of the stunning beauty that awaits an exploring tourist.
What to See There
Basically, Lake Antoine is best enjoyed through a hilltop view. It is a natural beauty that you should not miss checking out if you are in the area. The beauty of the lake is rooted from the fact that it is a lake that was formed on an extinct volcano’s crater.
While you are in the area, you must also check out the River Sallee Boiling Springs, which is nearby. Interestingly, there are also sulfur deposits that can be found Lake Antoine’s sides.
History has it that Lake Antoine formed at the crater of an extinct volcano. It is also known as the source of River Antoine, which plays an essential role in the River Antoine Estate, a popular tourist spot.
It did not take a while until people discovered the priceless beauty of Lake Antoine and started flocking the area for its scenic beauty.
It does not cost much to travel to Lake Antoine. The only thing you need to think about and spend for is transportation. That is, if you only plan to go sightseeing at the hilltop, which is overlooking the lake. It is a different story altogether, however, if you are planning to engage in other activities offered within the area.
Aside from the Lake Antoine, there is so much more that both Tivoli and Grenada can offer to the adventurous tourist.
There’s the small town feel of Tivoli, which is a source of peace and tranquility. There is also the aforementioned River Sallee Boiling Springs and an old church that serves as one of the most notable landmarks of the sleepy town.
The whole country of Grenada has much more in store, depending on the kind of activities and sights that interest you. If you love the waters, there are many beaches, islands, and lakes to choose from. There are also parks that best display the rich wildlife that thrives in this North American country.