Grenada – Group of Islands in South Caribbean
This year make your way to the Spice Island, Grenada is one of many places in the Caribbean that is famous for its natural produce, however, in today’s world it is more popular as an exotic tourist destination. The stunning coastline and tropical weather make Grenada one of the most desirable countries in the Caribbean. What makes things better for travellers is that the official language in the destination is English. Families and couples come to relax and explore the natural beauty all year long. The nation consists of three large islands and various other small one.
Flights to Grenada will arrive at Maurice Bishop International Airport. Transfers rarely ever take too long, plus tourists tend to enjoy viewing the scenery on their journeys.
You will be able to select from various top quality Grenada hotels during your stay regardless of what budget you are working with. On the main Grenada Island you will be able to choose from 5 star luxury and reasonable priced accommodation. This enables tourists to choose from typical amenities are more lavish facilities to enjoy during their stay. The other islands Carriacou and Petit Martinique provide small guest houses and hotel complexes for tourists to choose from. You will be able to choose from mainly all inclusive deals when enjoying Grenada holidays.
Buses are the most frequent form of public transport available, though taxis are available too. Hire cars are an option for those who prefer to travel at their own pace.
Sightseeing & Activities
The beach, of course, is the place to be when you consider what there is to do during the day out in the Caribbean. You will have plenty of beaches to choose from when staying anywhere throughout Grenada. The most beautiful beach to consider a long day soaking up the sun is at Morne Rouge Bay, there you will be able to relax under a sun lounger enjoying the view or experience one of the many water sports on offer.
There is natural beauty to be found throughout Grenada holidays and there are many great waterfalls worth visiting which encompass that. Head over to see the waterfalls at Concord and Annandale as well as the Seven Sisters Waterfalls. Grand Etang Nature Reserve is an ideal place to visit as it allows you walk around and admire the stunning natural beauty which is present on the island. As you may all ready be aware diving is a popular excursion with those visiting the Caribbean, and in Grenada you will find you have plenty of opportunities. To experience the blue lagoons and coral reefs as well as the colourful and exotic marine life is something you won’t want to miss out on.
Shopping is a fun experience whilst on Grenada holidays. The natural produce in terms of food and ingredients are great way to enjoy the flavours of the Caribbean and why the nation is regarded as the Spice Island. Aside from fresh food on offer you can also pick up some great souvenirs during your time away too. If you were looking to pick up leather goods and handmade products you will find plenty of them on sale too.
Cuisine & Nightlife
The fresh taste of the Caribbean is what you will be able to enjoy in one of the many great restaurants throughout Grenada. On an evening you can tryout many national delicacies and terrific dishes which have become popular throughout the region. There are a few places serving more internationally renowned cuisine such as Italian and Chinese. Hotels will provide some excellent meals throughout the day and their menus will cater for a variety of tastes.
Rum distilleries are in great numbers throughout the island nation and you can expect to find many places serving locally produced drinks during your holiday. Fruit drinks are similarly produced locally and are much tastier than what you will have tasted back home. You can combine both drinks when you visit one of the various bars and pubs found in the popular tourist areas on an evening or at your hotel bar. Clubs are found in some resorts where you are able to enjoy a late evening dancing.
Weather & Climate
Throughout the whole year you can expect the weather to remain above 20°C during the day, which means the sun will be shining whenever you choose to visit. As the climate is a tropical one in Grenada then the most ideal time to visit would be during the dry season, this occurs from January through till May. The highest temperatures tend to come in August.
There isn’t much of a winter season in the Caribbean, but there is a wet one. From June until may December most of the years rain will fall as a result of the tropical climate. Storms and hurricanes can be expected during this time, something which you should take into consideration when planning your holiday to Grenada.