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They call Grenada the Spice isle for the scents of ginger and cinnamon that roll down from the volcanic ridges around Mount Saint Catherine. Fertile lands there have been sprouting crops of wild coffee, bananas, citrus fruit and nutmeg mace for centuries, adding a waft of exotic aroma to the sultry airs as they drift across the beaches and the sloshing sea. Along the coast are beaches lined with lush tropical green hills.
The fort-topped capital of St. George’s oozes colonial history with an edge of Caribbean pizzazz – think multi-coloured houses between stone-faced parliament buildings. Elsewhere, and the forests hide gushing waterfalls and shimmering crater lakes, while volcanos peak over age-old plantation houses. There really are loads of reasons to holiday in Grenada!
Things You Need To Know About Flights To Grenada
There are a number of direct Grenada flights on the menu for travellers looking to get to the sugar sands of Grand Anse as fast as they can. They depart on big-name airlines like Virgin Atlantic and British Airways from London’s major Gatwick hub. Flights to Grenada stop in St Lucia but you won’t have to get off the plane, it just touches down to let people off. The flight then continues on to to Maurice Bishop International Airport in St George, Grenada.
Flights to Grenada take just under 11 hours from the UK; the flight to St Lucia is approximately 8 hours and 30 minutes, then a short touchdown and the flight continues to Grenada takeing approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
All flights, direct and indirect, will drop you at the Maurice Bishop International Airport. It sits on a wide headland just a whisker to the south of Grenada’s capital. The location makes it easy to reach vacation hotspots like Grand Anse Beach, Morne Rouge Beach and the St. George Harbour by taxi or private car hire. UK travellers won’t need to worry about applying for a visa before heading to Grenada, although you will need at least six months’ validity on your passport.
When To Go To Grenada
Most people fly to Grenada between January and March as this is when the weather is best and there is least humidity. If you want to go at a quieter (and cheaper) time then April – June is a good option, you can also get a fairly good deal in December which is a popular time to go. Hurricane season is from June – November with September being the month which is most at risk from hurricanes. Saying this Grenada has Spicemas Festival which happens at the end of July to beginning of August which many people travel to.
How To Get A Cheap Flight To Grenada
There are loads of ways to whittle down the cost of your flight to Grenada. Sometimes booking a hotel with a flight reduces the cost of the flight to Grenada. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday flights are typically the most wallet-friendly of all, and they offer a chance to cure the midweek blues with a bout of tropical sun, a swim on Grand Anse Beach or a bout of fresh coconut callaloo. We also have superb deals on Granada flights so make sure you are signed up to receive our email newsletter or SMS offers.
3 Things Not To Miss In Grenada
- Grand Etang National Park – Sprawling over the rugged volcanic peaks that soar to the clouds in the heart of Grenada, this reserve has lonely crater lakes and jungles inhabited by monkeys. Adventurers will not want to miss it.
- Grand Anse Beach – The poster child for the beauties of Grenada, Grand Anse Beach is a long run of soft, white sand that has salt-washed curry shacks and elegant hotels to its back. Come for swimming, sunbathing and water sports aplenty.
- Carriacou – The smaller second island of Grenada, where the pace of life is noticeably slower, the locals are uber-chilled, the food is homecooked, the beaches are untrodden, and the vibes are only good.
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