Like Grand Etang, Lake Antoine sits in the crater of a long extinct volcano, covering about 16 acres. Located 6 miles north of the Eastern town of Grenville, the journey to find this lake is well worth it as you get to admire its beauty, surrounding unspoilt nature and perfect shape from a hillside vantage point. The shallow lake is home to a myriad of wildlife and is excellent for bird watchers as it attracts species such as snail kites, fulvous whistling ducks, large billed seed-finches, gray kingbirds and limpkins. A guide can take you along the lake’s perimeter trail, a beautiful walk in itself in which you can enjoy the natural surroundings up close including sugarcane fields. It’s a lovely place to go for a long walk, hike or picnic. Quiet and peaceful.
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