Grenada

Grenada

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Grenada is a Caribbean island country consisting of the island of Grenada, 2 smaller islands, Petite Martinique and Carriacou, and several small islands. The island is known also as the spice island because of its production of nutmeg and other spices.

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“If you’re looking for a beach that is a little more active than the relaxing and peaceful Grand Anse Beach, then head just a little south to BBC Beach. You still get the same white sands and bright blue waters, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the ocean water park with inflatable attractions, such as slides and obstacle courses. There are also a few bars where the adults can get some refreshments.

The Caribbean is known for rum. Grenada is known for spices. Put two and two together and you are going to find some of the best rum you can. At Clarke’s Court Rum, you can take a tour of the distillery, learn about the history of the company and the rum making process, and even get to taste a couple of varieties and learn how to make your own rum drinks!”

Fort George

Located in the modern day capital of St. George, Fort George dates back to colonial times. Built by the French in 1706 as Fort Royal, conquered and renamed Fort George by the British in 1763, and now used by the Royal Grenada Police, Fort George has had a colorful history. You can climb up to the top of the Fort and be dazzled with the unique view of St. George and the breathtaking view of the harbor

Just north of Saint George’s is the National Bird Wildlife Habitat. Here, you can hope to catch a glimpse of the Grenada dove, the national bird of Grenada. At the very least, you’ll be able to enjoy a hike through the hills and forests of Grenada.

If you want a guaranteed way to see some of Grenada’s terrestrial wildlife, you can head to the Spice Island Wildlife Sanctuary and Petting Zoo on the eastern side of the island. Here, you’ll be able to see monkeys, parrots, iguanas, and whatever other local critter is in need of some rehabilitation. You might even get to feed one or two of the animals!

Located in the south-central region of the island, in Epping Forest, is the Palm Tree Botanical Gardens. You can get lost among the natural tropical flora of the island. With just about two acres of well-manicured gardens and pathways for you to explore, your senses will run wild as you learn the true understanding of why Grenada is called the “Isle of Spice.”

If you’re looking for something more on the wilder side of the Caribbean, then head to the Grand Etang National Park. You can go hiking through a true, tropical rainforest, head up the mountains for one-of-a-kind panoramas, or even try your luck at some wildlife spotting, such as a Moana monkey or even a mongoose. While you’re hiking through the forest, be sure to head to the Seven Sisters Falls. You can sit by the edge of the water and enjoy the energy of the falls or even go for a swim.

Beaches

  1. Grand Anse BeachOn the southern end of the island, Grand Anse Beach is the sugar-white sandy strip of land along the crystal-clear sapphire of the Caribbean waters is the quintessential Caribbean paradise. With nearly 2 miles of beach, you can find your own little secluded spot to get away from it all. There are also several local shops, restaurants, and a local market located along the beach. You’ll be able to get a taste of the local culture while soaking up that famed Caribbean sun.”
  2. Morne Rouge BeachThis is the perfect choice for families with children. Morne Rouge Beach is a calm one with shallow water makes it safe for them. It is also known as BBC Beach. It is located in the southwestern of Grenada island, and you can find two restaurants there, you shall enjoy snacks and food, side by side with chilling, pedaling, and swimming.
  3. Mt. Rodney Beach
  4. Levera Beach:

Culture/Events

Grenadians can trace their roots to British, African and French influences to name a few. This is evident in their rich history, music, folklore and festivals.

Grenada Spicemas Festival

Held in August, during the second Monday and Tuesday. This is the Grand national Event celebrating the Grenadians origins.

Grenada Chocolate Festival:

Live a unique experience and enjoy the Grenadians pure and organic chocolate taste, and learn the art of turning cocoa into delicious “from tree to bars” chocolate.

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Water Activities

Underwater Sculpture Park

Off the shores of the west coast lies the Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park. You can join a tour group or excursion group and dive down to see these spectacular works of art or just ride along in a glass-bottomed boat. A commentary on conservation and ecological care, the Underwater Sculpture Park is a definite must-see.

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