Your holidays in Carriacou and Grenada (Caribbean)


Grenada Hospitality

We invite you to enjoy the warm hospitality, share in the local culture, sample the spicy flavours, visit the  different parishes and celebrate the local way of life. With so much to see and do, from 'jumping up' Carnival Jouvert morning to visiting the historic sites you are sure to find the experience you are looking for.

The natural beauty of Grenada

You will see all the different places of interests and attractions which makes Grenada such a unique and wonderful place to visit.
Grenada is a fascinating Grenada island full of hidden treasures. Choose from the many of the excellent restaurants in Grenada serving fine local and international dishes. Grenada has several levels of accommodation to suit all budgets and requirements, stay at any of the local resorts, intimate boutique hotels, luxury villas, self catering apartments, guest houses and home stays. You will find that there is so much to experience beyond your imagination.
Take a tour or rent a car and experience Grenada's mountainous island is covered with fragrant nutmeg trees, rare tropical flowers and stunning beaches, the volcanic island of Grenada has plenty to offer in terms of eco tourism with cascading rivers and waterfalls, lush rainforests, sulphur springs and one of the most prettiest lakes in the region, Lake Antoine. The capital of Grenada, St. George's, is probably the most picturesque city in the Caribbean with its horseshoe-shaped harbour.

Cultural heritage in Grenada

The natural beauty of Grenada is complemented by its rich history and vibrant cultural heritage. Local festivals such as the annual Billfish tournament, Carriacou Regatta, Grenada Sailing Festival, Rock the Spice Music Festival, Fisherman birthday and Gouyave Fish Friday, are some of the Island's favourite events. Not to mention over 45 perfect white sand beaches.

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