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Whether dancing to calypso bands on the beach or swimming under Romantic waterfalls in unspoilt rainforest, you’ll find Grenada is as surprising as it is beautiful.
Affectionately known as the ‘Spice Island of the Caribbean’, the fragrant scents of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and ginger surround you on Grenada, with the promise of delicious cuisine – just one of the promises that are richly fulfilled on this beautiful island. The often deserted palm-fringed beaches are perfect for relaxation, but with lush rainforests, spice plantations, lakes and the prettiest of harbours at St George’s, we recommend you get out and about and explore the diversity and great friendliness of this wonderfully laid back holiday destination.
Out and About
Seven Sisters Falls
Take a rewarding hike to the Seven Sisters Falls, set high in Grenada’s Central Mountain Range. The trails take you through beautiful rainforest scenery where you’ll see plentiful bird life, and you may even spot an occasional monkey. The hike is well worth the effort, as you’ll get to enjoy a refreshing swim in the natural pools at the base of the falls.
Shopping for souvenirs and spices in the vibrant Saturday market in St George’s is a must. Experience a typical Grenadian ‘Market Morning’, meet the people and get a real feel for the island’s culture.
George and Frederick
Visit historic Fort George and Fort Frederick, where you’ll not only get a glimpse of Grenada’s colourful past, but also a panoramic view of St George’s, the island’s capital. Carry on to the Grenada National Museum and Parliament House, and end your day at the Westerhall Rum Distillery, with ample time to sample the delicious rum!
Take the hydrofoil to Carriacou
Many people won’t know that two smaller islands (Carriacou and Petit Martinique) near Grenada make up this spicy trio. Take a day trip over to beautiful Carriacou and enjoy some snorkelling off Paradise Beach and lunch in a local restaurant.
Food and Drink
When it comes to dining out, Rhodes Restaurant at The Calabash is excellent, or try the Aquarium Beach Club, especially for its lobster barbecue on Sundays. Other great places to eat include Coconut Beach (with your toes in the sand!) and Le Phare Bleu which serves gourmet cuisine on board a beautifully restored Swedish lighthouse ship.
Flights to Grenada are with British Airways via Antigua or Saint Lucia, or with Virgin Atlantic via Tobago in both directions. Total journey time is 10 hrs 30 minutes.
British Airways Twice weekly departures from Gatwick.
Virgin Atlantic Twice weekly departures from Gatwick between January – March; weekly departures from April onwards.
For some useful background information on responsible tourism issues in Grenada, as well as practical tips on what you can do to make a positive difference, we recommend The Travel Foundation's 'Insider's Guide'.
Sandals La Source Grenada
All-InclusiveOn the BeachExtended, refurbished and rebornCouples only retreat
Spice Island Beach Resort
All-InclusiveOn the BeachWide range of activitiesElegant, family-owned resortFabulous beachfront setting
Room OnlyHalf BoardOn the South CoastCharming boutique hotelPopular celebrity hideaway
The Calabash Hotel
Bed & BreakfastAll-InclusiveClose Proximity to TownExcellent serviceExquisite Rhodes restaurant
Room OnlyVarious Meal Plans AvailableOn the HillsideBright, vibrant villa resortWell equipped Beach Club
Coyaba Beach Resort
All-InclusiveOn the BeachIntimate and relaxingOn beautiful Grand Anse Beach
Grenada Cricket Classics
Held every October, the Grenada Cricket Classics is an annual event featuring two 20/20 clashes between cricketing legends of England and the West Indies. Former adversaries such as Allan Lamb and Curtly Ambrose line up for ‘friendly’ games which are still as competitive as ever. There’s a great party atmosphere and you’ll have the chance to mix with the players at social events during the week.