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What to expect on a Grenada holiday

If you are looking for a getaway to escape the crowds and get back to nature then Grenanda is it. It’s ideal for nature lovers, adventurers and families as there is plenty to do and its very natural.Located just north of Trinidad and Tobago and south of St Vincent & the Grenadines, Grenada is a charming Caribbean island of pristine powdery soft beaches and stunning tropical scenery. Named the “Spice Isle” after the concentration of spices produced on the island, including nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon, a Grenada holiday is the perfect choice for a low key Caribbean getaway.



What to see and do on your Grenada holiday

Discover some of the most beautiful beaches in the world on your Grenada holiday, with the one and a half mile stretch of sugary white sands that is Grand Anse one of the most spectacular and the most popular. Many of the island’s finest hotels are dotted along its coastline, each looking out over the shimmering blue warm waters of the Caribbean that lap its shore.  Away from the culinary treats, Grenada is home to some truly stunning natural beauty and inland, it’s incredible tropical rainforest includes the amazing Grand Etang National Park, where visitors can spot wild monkeys and exotic birds as well as take a dip in natural pools and cascading waterfalls.

A holiday to Grenada wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the Belmont Estate, a famous 17th century spice plantation where visitors can learn of the history of the cocoa bean and the production of cinnamon, nutmeg and other spices. Talking of cocoa, Grenada is famous for its chocolate and even plays host to an annual chocolate festival every May. Take a trip to the Grenada Chocolate Company and enjoy the “bean to bar” tour followed by a rather delicious sampling.

Grenada is also home to a fascinating underwater world, and diving is high on the agenda for many a visitor to the island. Discover the Bianca C shipwreck and underwater sculpture park by Jason deCaires Taylor and enjoy the multitude of colourful marine species in its warm waters.  There is plenty of opportunities for adventure activities including hiking, river rapid tubing, snorkelling and diving.

If you go on your Grenada holiday during August you can join the party of all parties at the island’s annual carnival, otherwise known as “Spicemas”. Expect street parties, colourful parades and plenty of music at this vibrant annual celebration.


Fast Facts about Grenada


Time Difference: Grenada is 5 hours behind UK time.

Language: English and Grenadian Creole

Currency: Eastern Caribbean $

Flight Time: 11 hours 20 minutes (with one stop in Saint Lucia)

Capital: St George’s

Visa Required: British passport holders do not require a visa to travel to Grenada

Weather: Temperatures in Grenada range from the high 20’s in winter to the low 30’s during the summer. Hurricane season runs from June to November.

ca. 1970-1997 --- Aerial view of a boat sailing near an island in Grenada. | Location: Grenada.  --- Image by © Yann Arthus-Bertrand/Corbis


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Booking your Grenada holiday

Book your Grenada holiday to the “Spice Isle” with SN Travel and discover a true slice of paradise. We have a wide range of hotels to choose from and all our holidays to Grenada include return flights and accommodation.  We can organise every aspect of your Grenada holiday and even tell you the best places to visit.



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