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Holidays to Grenada

Spice up your life with holidays to Grenada, known as the Caribbean’s Spice Island, where delicious wafts of nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon fill the air, and the beaches are every bit as beautiful as the aromas. With low-key, low-rise development, this is one of the Caribbean’s less touristy islands, and as well as the coast there’s an exquisite tropical interior to explore. Forested mountains, thundering waterfalls and historic plantations are all waiting to be discovered.

If it’s beach you’re after, then you can’t beat the two-mile, white-sand curve of Grand Anse, lapped by balmy blue waters and studded with shady grape trees and coconut palms. This is a picture-perfect Caribbean beach, and it’s ideal for swimming, snorkelling, or simply relaxing on the powder-soft sand. But there are also 44 others to explore, presenting visitors with a dilemma: do you opt for the Atlantic surf of Levera Beach, the black volcanic sand at Black Bay Beach, or the fish-filled reefs of nearby Carriacou island?

Plunge into Grenada’s interior and you’ll find yourself wandering through emerald-green tropical rainforest bursting with bougainvillea, frangipani and exotic wildlife. Among the tempting stop-offs are crystalline waterfalls, a volcanic crater lake and even boiling sulphur springs, plus there are plantations to visit, too. At quaint Belmont Estate you’ll discover how the cocoa crop becomes chocolate, while at the Dougalston Estate, spices are still grown and processed the old-fashioned way, with giant racks of nutmeg, mace and cloves laid out to dry in the sun.

Fishing, sailing and top-class diving are all on the agenda too, and you can get down with the friendly locals by washing down a plate of ‘oil down’ – meat and vegetables simmered in spices and coconut milk – with rum. So come to Grenada, and let this particular slice of Caribbean paradise put a smile on your face.

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St Georges

St-Georges

The island’s impossibly pretty capital has rows of pastel-coloured houses and old colonial buildings cascading down the hillside to the shores of a horseshoe bay. There are fascinating streets to wander, museums when you can discover the island’s history, and a fort from 1706 perched up high, offering panoramic views. Don’t miss the morning market, filled with spices and local crafts.

River Antoine Estate

River-Antoine

At Grenada’s charming River Antoine Estate you can take a tour of the oldest operating rum distillery in the Caribbean, where sugar cane is still crushed by a giant waterwheel. Processes here have changed little since the late 1700's but be careful when you try the resulting product after the tour: Rivers Rum comes in mind-blowing strengths of 138- and 150-proof!

Grenada’s Waterfalls

Grenada's Waterfalls

There’s a series of waterfalls to discover on holidays to Grenada, where water tumbles over rocks into crystal-clear pools inviting the visitor to take a refreshing dip. Especially dramatic after rainfall, beautiful Ananndane waterfall, enclosed in lush tropical vegetation, is easy to reach on foot, while a hike to Concord or Victoria falls will prove more of a challenge, but well worth the effort.

La Sagesse Beach

La Sagesse

Although Grenada is blessed with many beautiful beaches, for many the queen of them all is La Sagesse Beach. Almost an escape into another world, its secluded sands impart a feeling of calm and serenity, and is considered to be one of the most romantic spots on the island. Just off the beach there’s also a Nature Centre and tropical gardens.

Smithy’s Garden

Smithy's Garden

Located in Grenada's highlands, this gently sloping Grenada garden is noted for its "wild feel" and also for the variety of rainforest plants which strangely flourish in an area noted for its dry forest vegetation! In the old garden, you’ll find large flowering trees, local wildlife, an orchard, a variety of ornamental plants and other colourful flowers pollinated and cultivated by Smithy herself.

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Spice Island Beach Resort - All Inclusive

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Every visit to this family-run boutique resort is a vacation to be treasured. And yes, many of our guests return time and time again. They come to be pampered by the resort’s gracious family.

This beach resort is just a stroll away from the golden sands of world-famous Grand Anse Beach.

Hotel Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Concierge desk
  • Internet services
  • Lounges/bars
  • Pool & Spa
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Coyaba Beach Resort

4

Swim in the freeform pool, indulge with a massage or spend sunny afternoons playing complimentary table tennis and shuffleboard-whatever your holiday style, this Caribbean-style resort has something for everyone.

Ideal for honeymooners and guests in the prime of their lives, this unique oceanfront resort reflects the history and charm of Grenada and the welcoming spirit of the Caribbean.

Hotel Amenities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Internet services
  • Pool & Spa
  • Lounges/bars
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
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True Blue Bay Boutique Resort

4

True Blue Bay Boutique Resort is situated on the South Coast of "Spice Isle Grenada" where the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean merge.

With stunning views of lush tropical gardens and the panoramic sea that meets the horizon. This friendly and lively resort offers 48 comfortable and delightfully designed guestrooms.

Hotel Amenities

  • 2 swimming pools
  • Table games for children
  • Restaurant
  • Yoga
  • Complimentary rum tasting
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Grenadian by Rex Resorts - All Inclusive

3.5

Grenadian by rex resorts commands spectular views across its lake and gardens and over the turquoise Caribbean waters of Tamarind Bay.

The resort's 2 beaches offer a wide range of watersports and pure relaxation.

Hotel Amenities

  • Children welcome
  • Exercise gym
  • Pool & Sauna
  • Lounges/bars
  • Water sports
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All-Inclusive Holidays in Grenada

Travelling to Grenada with the reassurance that all your meals, drinks and resort activities are covered will make your holiday in the Spice Island even more comfortable. All-inclusive options mean considerable savings and great value for money, especially when considering all the different resort dining options, amenities, daily activities and entertainment that are included. Especially for families and groups travelling together an all-inclusive resort can be a very good choice. Be sure to familiarize yourself with all the inclusions so you don’t miss any of the great restaurants or activities during your holiday in Grenada.

Our top Grenada All-Inclusive hotels & resorts


Spice Island Beach Resort

Spice Island Beach Resort

5

A charming family-owned property set on one of the best beaches in Grenada. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, the comfortable rooms offer a haven of Caribbean luxury style. The all-inclusive arrangements include dining at the resorts restaurants overlooking Grand Anse Beach as well as a delicious a la carte breakfast.

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Grenadian by Rex Resorts

Grenadian by Rex Resorts

3.5

Set between two sandy beaches, this pleasant family-friendly hotel is a great choice for a relaxing all-inclusive holiday. The grounds of the resort are spacious and offer a great range of included daily activities from tennis to volleyball. The hotel’s buffet restaurant serves delicious Caribbean specialities and enjoys refreshing sea breezes.

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Family holidays in Grenada

The Spice Island of Grenada is a great choice for a Caribbean family holiday. Its sandy beaches and shallow calm waters are great for learning watersports, swimming and paddling, while visiting the waterfalls and following the island’s nature trails through the tropical rainforest will be both educational and fun. Many of the resorts have lively children’s clubs with a daily programme of activities while in the evening the whole family will enjoy the great entertainment on offer. At the resorts’ restaurants there are children’s menus or tempting buffets that even the choosiest children will want to try.

Our top Grenada family holidays

True Blue Bay Beach Resort

True Blue Bay Beach Resort

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This family-owned resort offers its family guests homespun hospitality a great variety of activities to suit all. For children these range from kayaking lessons, hair-braiding, jewelry making to mermaid/merman swimming. There are two children’s playgrounds, a small beach and even a special kids menu at the resort’s restaurant.

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Grenadian by Rex Resorts

Grenadian by Rex Resorts

3.5

This delightful resort is a great choice for a family holiday. It offers a children’s club programme and also a range of daily activities from tennis to volleyball to keep the adults busy as well. There’s a choice of two sandy beaches and the grounds are spacious and pleasant. The hotel also has an excellent restaurant offering Caribbean fare.

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If you're not sure which family resort would suit you best, give us a ring and our expert advisors can help you decide based on your wishes and those of your travelling party. They’ll also be able to advise you of the latest special offers and resort information for your selected family resort to ensure the perfect holiday.



Couples Holidays in Grenada

A holiday in Grenada will be a perfect one for you and your partner, whether for a romantic getaway or an active holiday enjoying the many experiences of the Spice Island. Couples can relax on the island’s wonderful beaches or take walks through the Grand Etang National Park to learn about the huge variety of flora and fauna, as well about the spices that are grown here. The island has a fantastic range of couples accommodation mostly set on its wonderful beaches and if you’re looking for a couples holiday with activities and gourmet cuisine, then Grenada is a great choice.

Our top Grenada couples holidays

Coyaba Beach Resort

Coyaba Beach Resort

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The Coyaba Beach Resort offers couples all the requisite elements for an island holiday set on the famous Grand Anse Beach in a garden of palm trees and tropical plants. By day couples can relax together at the swim-up pool bar and in the evening enjoy Grenadian specialities during romantic beachside dining.

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Spice Island Beach Resort

Spice Island Beach Resort

5

Set on Grenada’s beautiful Grand Anse beach couples will feel instantly home in the charming tropical surroundings and beautifully appointed rooms at this resort. There are plenty of shady spots to spend time relaxing together or try out the variety of land and water activities on offer at the resort.

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Vegas at Christmas

Dive Grenada’s colourful undersea world

There’s fantastic snorkelling and diving all over Grenada with numerous reefs and wrecks to discover. Boats depart from Great Anse beach and divers should head for Molinere Bay, where submerged statues, including a ring of children, a man cycling, and a Christ figure attract all sorts of marine life. The wreck of the luxury liner Bianca-C is also a must-dive.


Vegas at Christmas

Hike through Grand Etang National Park

Hiking through Grenada’s scenic Grand Etang National Park reveals mile upon mile of lush tropical rainforest filled with towering mahogany and giant gommier trees, as well as a multitude of ferns, tropical flowers, and other indigenous plants. Animals you might spot along the way include the crested hummingbird, frogs and lizards, opossums and Mona monkeys.


Vegas at Christmas

Taste the Fish Friday Festival

Enjoy a tasty fish dinner with the locals at Grenada’s coastal village of Gouyave where the weekly street festival has rows of street vendors stalls selling freshly grilled lobster, shrimp, snapper and marlin. You’ll experience a colourful part of local island life and enjoy the live music and other cultural entertainment that complete the experience.


Vegas at Christmas

Feel Grenada’s Festival Vibe

Grenada is well known of its glorious and colourful festivals including the Spice Mas street parades filled with pageantry, costumes, dancing and the rhythms of calypso music. Among the more sedate but equally interesting events is the Grenada Chocolate Festival celebrating the pure organic chocolate that is produced on the island – ideal for the indulgent chocaholic.


Vegas at Christmas

Take the Spice Island Tour

Learn about cultivating and producing the spices for which Grenada is famous with an informative tour through a spice production facility to watch the fascinating processes. You’ll have time to stroll the grounds and tour a herb and spice garden before visiting a historic nature reserve when you can relax with local tea and snacks.


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How to get to Grenada

Grenada is easily accessible from the UK with flights operated by British Airways and Virgin Atlantic from London Gatwick. Flight time from London’s Gatwick Airport to Grenada is approximately 10 hours.

Weather and climate

The climate in is warm and tropical with temperatures ranging between 24° to 30° celsius year round. The wetter season is from June to December.



Grenada Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours

  • Flight time: Approx. 10hrs to Grenada from London Gatwick

  • Local Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar. The US Dollar is widely accepted.

  • Local Language: English

  • Entry Requirements: UK citizens require Full passport and return ticket. A landing card needs to be completed for local immigration.

  • Vaccinations: None compulsory.

  • Local Transport: Car rental can be booked through us with our rental partners.
 
 

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Weather and climate

Average annual temperature: May is the hottest month in Grenada with an average temperature of 27°C and the coolest is January at 25°C.
The steamy tropical climate in Grenada is tempered by northeast trade winds. Rainy season is from June to November. The driest months are from January to April which is the best time to visit. If you like to party, the August Carnival is also a brilliant time to be in Grenada but expect big crowds.


Grenada Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 4 hours

  • Flight time: Approx. 10hrs from London Gatwick via St. Lucia

  • International airport: Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND)

  • Local Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD)

  • Local Language: English

  • Local Transport: You can use a range of transportation in Grenaada. You can hop on a local mini bus, most routes start and end at the bus terminal in St. Georges – just be sure to check the route beforehand. Taxis are slightly more expensive than buses but plentiful, always be sure to agree the fare with the driver beforehand. If you want to visit any of Grenada's islands you can either take a ferry (90mins), or you can fly and be there in about 15 mins. Car rental can be booked through us with our rental partner, Alamo
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