Grenada is a small island that boasts the world's first underwater sculpture park. Located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, it has the perfect balance of alluring experiences for adventure lovers, beach dwellers or couples looking for a romantic destination. The official language of Grenada is English.
Although its larger neighbors often overshadow it, Grenada has a lot to offer visitors. The Island is home to pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and stunning waterfalls. Grenada is also known for its spices, dubbed' Spice Isle,' and visitors can tour spice plantations or purchase spices from local markets.
Info to Know Before You Go!
Maurice Bishop International (GND)
East Caribbean dollar (U.S. Dollars are widely accepted)
Travelers who want to enjoy the warm weather and beaches should come between December and May. This is also the peak season for tourism, so expect crowds at popular attractions. If visitors prefer cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, June to November is the best time to visit.
St. George’s, the capital city of the Caribbean island of Grenada. In the town center, the 18th-century Fort George offers panoramic views of the island and St. George’s Bay. Nearby, Fort Matthew was formerly a battleground and, later, an asylum, and has underground tunnels. The Grenada National Museum hosts exhibits about the history of the region, including the plantation economy and the whaling industry.