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Prepare your tour to Grenada with the help of this informative travel guide

Stunning Grenada is recognized as “the Spice Island” for the aromatic nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, and cocoa that thrive in its lush volcanic soil. For explorers looking for a genuine Caribbean experience, Grenada bids a spicy blend of native culture and colonial heritages as well as tropical forest, plush mountains, vibrant coastal communities, estates, and lovely beaches enclosed by frangipani and colorful vegetation.
St George’s, Grenada’s capital, is one of the attractive conurbations in the Caribbean and is admired with yachters who dock in the demanding harbor of Careenage. Numerous tourists devote their time around Grand Anse Beach, but Grenada deals more than just ideal beaches. Cascades surge in the landmass’s center at Grand Etang National Park and trekking tracks drift through the luxurious rainforest while picturesque Levera National Park claims dramatic shoreline vistas and coral reefs.

Absorb the physical layout of Grenada

Grenada is a collection of three greater islands i.e. Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique and numerous small islands in the Caribbean, or West Indies. It is situated in the northeast of Trinidad and Tobago, and southwest of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Grenada: The biggest island, where most of the land’s people reside
Carriacou: The second largest atoll and home to the city of Hillsborough
Petit Martinique: An aloof third-largest atoll with narrow tourist services.

Things to do in Grenada

  • 1Gouyave Fish Friday
  • 2Diving & Snorkeling
  • 3Get Married!
  • 4River Tubing; Hiking; Mountain Biking; Sporting and family activities
  • 5Hashing
  • 6Sailing

Things to see in Grenada

  • 1Grand Anse Beach
  • 2St. George's
  • 3Fort Frederick
  • 4Fort George
  • 5Careenage
  • 6Morne Rouge Bay
  • 7Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve
  • 8Levera National Park
  • 9Annandale Falls
  • 10Underwater Sculpture Park
  • 11Petite Martinique

Shopping delight in Grenada

Grenada proposes a flamboyant palette of mementos: wood carvings and paintings oscillating from simple to classy. They also offer jewelry made up from natural materials to emeralds and gold. Batiks in the wonderful colors of the Caribbean are also available and of course spices, jams, jellies and many diverse rum plantations.

Gourmets fare in Grenada

The Caribbean pantry is renowned for spicy plates, bizarre fruits and the utmost delightful multiplicity of seafood. The concoction of French, Spanish, Indian and African culinary, categories every dish an exploration and excites your taste buds. You must try the native dishes too.

Nocturnal life in Grenada

Grenada has an honestly soft nightlife, particularly when matched to other islands. However, this does not signify that there is not a bit. There are limited hotspots where tourists and inhabitants identical, go to have some entertainment and where you can celebrate till the sunrise. They include all the prevalent music, but with a high-quality collection of Calypso and Reggae which give those that the unique Caribbean feel.

Climate

Temperatures range are moderated by the firm and chilling trade winds. The lowest temperatures happen between January and April. The parched season is in between January and May while the rainy season is from June to December, where some days may experience rain at some point in the day, which doesn't last for more than an hour at a time.

Best time to visit

The driest months of January to April, which experiences computable rainfall for 12 days a month, is the greatest time to visit. If you are planning to party, the wild August Carnival is also a wonderful time to be in Grenada.

Transportation

The city center has numerous hilly, narrow streets. Drivers are very cautious but individual attention must be taken as some lanes have very thin or no footways. Buses in Grenada are the consistent system of conveyance. The finest and inexpensive transportation is the public bus, which travels around the complete island. It is fun too as you are amused by Caribbean music. On the buses, you will encounter some of the responsive and most cooperative people in the whole Caribbean. Car rentals are also accessible and Water taxis are an additional way of getting around.

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