Our Grenada blog has up-to-date posts about all the wonderful adventures we have in Grenada.
We explore our island every week of the year to keep you informed about the latest and greatest activities and events.
Find out about the best activities in Grenada, our favourite Grenadian restaurants & bars, top businesses and other things to do in Grenada!
Check out our Historic Sites & Sightseeing page for quick info on some key points of interest in Grenada.
Try scuba diving on Grenada's beautiful reefs, snorkelling over the world's first underwater sculpture park, kayaking or stand up paddle boarding around the thriving mangroves. Jet skiing, flyboarding or powerboat tours are thrilling too!
A 17th century plantation where visitors can enjoy agro-tourism tours to the organic farm/gardens, museum, & cocoa processing facilities. There is a restaurant, a goat dairy farm, petting farm, gift shop, café/produce shop, and craft market.
Volcanic in origin, Grenada has hot springs accessible to the general public. One of the easier sites to get to is the Claboney Hot Springs in Grenville. It is open to everyone and tour companies will visit on request.
While in Grenada visit the Clarke’s Court Rum Distillery/Sugar Factory. They are one of the island’s best-known and largest distillery and an interesting historical site. The factory has been in operation since 1937.
Dougaldston Estate will introduce most of Grenada's spices to you. A great opportunity to learn about the realities of life for those dependent on agriculture in Grenada. On site shop sells a selection of spices.
This site really has something for everyone. History, landscape and a 360 degree view! If you are interested in history and the changes in power that the Caribbean islands underwent so often, then this place symbolises it.
If you are looking for a fabulous view of the town and the harbour, then this is one site which should be on your list of places to visit. Currently housing the RGPF, this small historical fort is still being used today.
Laura's Garden is filled with trees, herbs and spices grown in Grenada. The friendly guides will take you on a sensory tour through the gardens showing you all the different herbs, spices and plants grown here.
It is at its very most colourful on Saturday mornings; full to bursting and bustling, all tables laden with fruit, vegetables and spices. A visit to this busy market square is great fun and the vendor's are happy to tell you about the produce.
To get the most out of our nutmegs, you really need to visit a factory. You can find these in Grenville, Victoria and Gouyave. Enjoy a guided tour around the processing factories learning about Grenada's nutmeg industry.
This privately owned distillery is the oldest functioning water-propelled distillery, not just in Grenada, but throughout the Caribbean. The traditional process of making rum from sugar cane is still in practice today.
Mr. Rome's museum showcases the way that the rural poor lived about half a century ago. It is a unique collection of curios that give you a glimpse into everyday life. Grenadian culture truly had a use for everything!
OK all you racing enthusiasts out there, it's time to get ready for the nail biting, hair pulling, knock down, drag out event of any holiday here. Yep, its time to go crab racing at the Kalinago Hotel in Morne Rouge!
Located in Woburn, this charming home-style restaurant has beautiful views across Woburn Bay to Calivigny & Hog Island. Tasty local cuisine served in an authentic family restaurant. One of our favourites!
Arawak Islands is a small factory which specializes in products made in Grenada. From hermetically sealed packets of spices, to perfumes made from the local flowers. You can put together a special gift pack of your own!
There is a wide variety of spices, jewellery, crafts, souvenirs, local food and much more. From drinks and small snacks, to souvenirs and beach chairs. Each vendor has their own booth where they can display their goods.
The Yellow Poui Art Gallery showcases Caribbean style art from across the globe. Enjoy sculptures, paintings, carvings, photographs and more in this delightful art gallery. Browse, learn, chat or buy!
Rent a vehicle and go exploring! We recommend Y & R Car Rental. They have been described as "Grenada's most reliable, customer sensitive, car rental service." Affordable rates and their vehicles are kept in good condition.
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.
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.
The trick to grocery shopping in Grenada is to 'shop around'! Fresh fruit straight from the tree, organic vegetables and meats, plus local homemade products are just some of the delicious things you can buy in Grenada.
Visit our sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique! The fastest way to get there is with the ferry service, Osprey Lines Ltd. Osprey Lines have modern ferries, which depart from the Carenage in St. George's.
Grenada has a wonderful selection of traditional recipes to try, ranging from wholesome savoury dishes to sweet treats. Healthy and delicious, you’ll be drooling over the options available during your stay.