The National Parks System of Grenada (country) encompasses the protected areas and biodiversity reserves aimed at safeguarding the natural and cultural wealth of this beautiful Caribbean nation. These parks offer a wide variety of landscapes, ranging from lush tropical rainforests to dreamy beaches and volcanic lakes. Among the prominent national parks is the Grand Etang National Park, which houses a mighty lake within the crater of an extinct volcano and is home to a vast diversity of flora and fauna.
Another notable park is Levera National Park, renowned for its white sandy beach and its role in protecting the sea turtles that come to nest on its shores. Additionally, Annandale Falls National Park is famous for its spectacular waterfall and its lush tropical surroundings.