Grenada Explorer Travel Guide

Welcome to Grenada Explorer

Grenada's Top Travel & Tourism Guide

Information About Grenada

General information about the tri-island state of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique.

Where To Eat In Grenada

Delight your tastebuds with our fantastic range of restaurants offering Caribbean and international cuisine.

Upcoming Island Events

Find out about upcoming events and festivals, public holidays, and celebrations during your stay in Grenada.

Travel Around Grenada

Helpful hints about travelling around the island by bus or rental vehicle. Inter-island ferry information.

Grenada Blog & Island Tips

Read the weekly blog posts about our latest adventures exploring Grenada.

Where To Stay In Grenada

Find accommodation in Grenada & Carriacou. Listings for hotels, resorts, villas, apartments & inns.

Our Recommendations


Island Windjammers
Sunsation Tours
Caribbean Cottage Club

Hideaway Apartments Grenada
La Sagesse Beach Hotel
Aquarium Restaurant Grenada

Davids Car Rental
Native Spirit Scuba Grenada
Bayaleau Point Cottages

About Us


Monja Winsborrow Grenada Explorer

Originally from Germany, Monja moved here in 1992 and met Neil, her husband and business partner. Monja worked in the tourism industry for a couple of years and started to develop the Grenada Explorer website as she saw that there was no comprehensive source of information for visitors to Grenada. Monja has seen many expats come and go over the years, and has a different perspective to newcomers to the island. You can see from the blog that she enjoys discovering new things about our island and sharing it with everyone. Monja loves hashing and hiking, exploring the island, trying out the tours, restaurants, and visiting the many beaches around the island.

Neil Winsborrow Grenada Explorer

Neil is Grenadian and Monja's partner and fellow hasher. Having grown up here, his point of view and pace of live is markedly different from what you would expect if you come from a more developed country. The way things are done can make most visitors throw up their hands in frustration and want to run around screaming... some do. Between Neil and Monja, you should get a more or less balanced view of life in Grenada! There is just no time to be bored here, too much to do and see.

Polly Philipson Grenada Explorer

Polly is the newest member of the Grenada Explorer team, but just as passionate about living in Grenada and experiencing everything that the island has to offer. She has lived in the West Indies since 2010 and couldn't imagine ever returning to England... why would you?! Polly loves to be out and about, exploring our beautiful island (above and below water) and meeting new people.


Latest Blogs



Catching a bus in Grenada

Catching A Bus In Grenada
Island Wide

Buses in Grenada are a useful way of getting around St. George's and even further afield. Catch one from the bus terminal, a bus stop, or anywhere they decide to pull over! Standard trips cost EC$2.50 in St. George's. Read More...


Grenada Hash House Harriers

Grenada Hash House Harriers
Island Wide

If you look up 'hashing' on the internet, you'll find the participants defined as "drinkers with a running problem". Everyone is welcome to join this social weekly event whether walking or running. Read More...

Contact Us


Address
Grenada Explorer
Springs (P.O.Box 192)
St.George's
Grenada. W.I
Telephone
+1 (473) 440 4829
+1 (473) 417 2972
Email
team@grenadaexplorer.com
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