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Known as the ‘Spice Island’ where aromas of nutmeg and ginger fill the air, the tropical island of Grenada is paradise on earth. Unspoilt beaches, lush rainforest, fascinating culture and a stunning coastline make the perfect Caribbean retreat.

Head to the beaches for swimming, snorkelling, or simply relaxing on the powder-soft sands soaking up the glorious Caribbean sunshine. Mingle with the locals at the colourful spice market, buy local crafts or learn how to make rum at one of the island's distilleries.

The capital St. George’s is one of the most beautiful cities in the Caribbean, popular with yachters who dock in the picturesque harbour. The town is surrounded by a hillside of an old volcano crater, blessed with natural beauty, history and culture.

Food in Grenada is out of this world, with African, Asian and European traditions freshly made with locally grown ingredients. True party animals shouldn’t miss the Fish Friday Festival, a traditional celebration with local food and music going on until the early hours.

Stretch out in a hammock to make the most of the island's cooling winds. Grenada is the ideal place to connect with nature, to ease stress and rejuvenate.

 

Sightseeing & Tours

  • Grand Etang National Park Tour – Visit Grand Etang National Park on this half-day tour from St. George's. One of Grenada's top natural attractions, the park is home to Grand Etang Lake, where you can feed the fish and enjoy the rainforest. You'll also take a monkey-spotting walk through the forest with a guide and go swimming at Annandale Waterfall.
  • Grenada Spice Island Tour – Learn about cultivating and producing spices. Follow your nose, and an informative guide, through a spice production facility and watch the process. You’ll have time to stroll the grounds and tour a herb and spice garden before visiting a historic nature reserve, where you’ll relax with tea and light snacks.
  • Fish Friday Festival – Skip the hotel restaurant in favour of a truly local dinner in Grenada! Fish Friday in the coastal village of Gouyave is a weekly street festival that will give you a look at local island life. Rows of street vendors selling fresh lobster, shrimp, snapper and marlin to name a few. Live music and other cultural entertainment complete the experience.

Hotel Key

  • Spice Island Beach Resort
  • Coyaba Beach Resort
  • True Blue Bay Boutique Resort
  • Grenadian By Rex Resorts