Why Not Go?

In the stunningly blue waters of the Caribbean Sea lies the island nation of Grenada, three small islands that join together to create a tropical vacation destination. The locals are laid back and friendly, the beaches are breathtaking, and the natural attractions are like nowhere else. Expert travels can all seem to agree on these facts, and… more…

Best Time to Visit

Grenada's wet and dry seasons bring different numbers and different… more…

Areas within Grenada

Calliste

Carriacou

Grand Anse

Petite Martinique

Saint George's

Activities

Your trip to Grenada can be laid back and relaxing, packed with activity from morning to night, or a balanced mixture of both. Luckily for the vacationer who likes to get up and go, there are endless activities options. If you are thinking about seeing the sights with the wind in your face, you will… more…

Diving

There is an entire world on Grenada that you won’t want to leave… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Renting a bike or moped on Grenada allows you to enjoy… more…

Fishing

Anglers flock to Grenada each year to battle it out… more…

Transportation

Once you arrive on Grenada, you will be greeted by friendly faces, warm… more…

Air Travel

A number of airlines provide service to Grenada from cities around the… more…

Ferries

The island state of Grenada is composed of three different islands:… more…

Rental Cars

Rental cars allow you to control your… more…

Sailing & Boating

Although Hurricane Ivan in 2004 caused… more…

Taxis

Many of Grenada's visitors choose taxi… more…

Accommodations

Grenada offers many types of accommodations, from charming guest houses and inns to luxurious mega-resorts and large hotels. In fact, "Spice Island" has some of the most beautiful and diverse lodging options in the Caribbean, so finding accommodations that meet your ideals should be a breeze. As you look through your lodging options, remember that if you choose to stay at a hotel or resort, be prepared to pay an 8 percent government tax on all rooms as well as a 10 percent service… more…

Hotels

Hotels, ranging from small guesthouses… more…

Eco Tourism

Grenada is home to many of the Caribbean's… more…

Villa Complexes

As an alternative to a mega-resort or… more…

Attractions

Grenada is a truly exceptional Caribbean destination, blending a rich heritage with amazing natural beauty. Travelers will quickly find that the Spice Island… more…

Cruises

The allure of Grenada's beautiful beaches, cascading waterfalls, and gorgeous green vegetation has made the region a popular stop on most Caribbean cruises.… more…

Beaches

Grenada is a mountainous Caribbean island, which gives its shoreline a ragged edge. Still, its beaches are by no means inhospitable. Travelers will find many small coves and secluded beaches to explore in addition to the more popular waterfront spots. Beaches on Grenada come in many shapes and sizes, but also in two colors. Choose between white sand or black sand beaches during your stay. The white sands are made from flakes of coral and shells that have washed ashore, while the… more…

Restaurants

In Grenada, you can dine on five-course… more…

Natural Attractions

Caribbean vacations are often spent… more…

Attractions

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Clothing

A vacation on Grenada can bring occasions for shopping, dining, lounging,… more…

Currency

Paying for meals, activities, hotels, and anything else you could want… more…

Crime

Although Grenada feels like paradise, it's good to remember that crime… more…

Culture

Grenada may not be well-known around… more…

Electricity

Most travelers don't leave home without… more…

Events & Festivals

Grenada borrows many cultural traditions… more…

Food

Because of its rich fertile soil and heavy rainfall, Grenada produces some of the best fresh herbs and vegetables in the Caribbean. Island livestock gets fat on the lush vegetation, which makes for delicious meat dishes. Tourists can find Grenadian cuisine everywhere on the island, including trendy… more…

Budgeting

The cost of a vacation's little items, and even the necessities, can… more…

Tipping

Most visitors will find the people of Grenada to be… more…

History

Possibly the most famous moment in Grenadian history came… more…

Weather

Year-round warm weather and sunshine make Grenada a great destination during any month. Like most Caribbean islands, Grenada's summer-like climate experiences few variations. The biggest seasonal change is during the rainy season. Weather on Grenada varies according to altitude. The island has very remarkable topography, with several mountainous regions. Around the coastline, weather tends to be more hot and humid, but as you travel toward the interior of the island, more…

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