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Discover Grenada

Known as the spice island, the picturesque island of Grenada is the most southerly of the Windward Islands. An island of soaring peaks and lush rain forests, its coasts are fringed with spectacular cliffs and long stretches of beaches. Twenty-one miles long by twelve miles wide, Grenada produces spices such as cloves, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and mace as well as cocoa and bananas - it is the world’s second-largest producer of nutmeg after Indonesia.


Beyond the Beach

There's plenty to see and do on this beautiful island. The waterfront capital of St. George is considered to have one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful harbours, its hillsides dotted with red and orange roof tiles set amongst a canvas of trees and flowers. Experience the Grenada high wire challenge - a canopy obstacle zip-lining course set in the rainforest, where afterwards, you can take a plunge in the refreshing Seven Sister’s waterfall to complete this eco escape. For the more adventurous, the towering falls of Turfton waterfall are a challenge well worth the effort. Finally, visit the Belmont chocolate factory, taking a tour to learn about the history, cocoa, chocolate, goat cheese and the workings of this organic farm.


Underwater Sculpture Park

This fascinating underwater gallery beneath the sea, just north of St George’s, was founded by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor. There are now more than 80 pieces all slowly becoming encrusted with coral growth, surrounded by fish and accessible to both snorkelers and divers. The life-size sculptures include a circle of children clasping hands and a man at a desk. The site is now listed as one of National Geographic’s 25 Wonders of the World.



Grenada enjoys sunny weather and has a tropical climate and a warm average daytime temperature of 28-30°C. The dry season is traditionally considered January to May and the wet season June to November. Hurricane season is generally June-October.

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Travel Details

Flights from London to Grenada with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic, include a touch town in Barbados or St Lucia en route. Flying time is approximately 11 hours.


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