Small but perfectly formed, Grenada is an idyllic Caribbean retreat. This tiny island is edged by breathtaking beaches and full of dense, tropical rainforest. Couples love to come here and that’s reflected in the number of luxury, all inclusive hotels in Grenada. The colourful coral reefs around the island are perfect snorkelling and diving territory whilst inland, you’ll find bright, tropical birds and wild monkeys. Over thirty percent of the world’s nutmeg is grown here, giving it the nickname ‘The Spice Isle.’ Don’t miss the fragrant spice markets, clapperboard houses and bustling harbours. Thanks to the warm welcome, relaxed pace of life and breathtaking scenery, holidays in Grenada are simply wonderful.
You could be forgiven for thinking that holidays in Grenada were about nothing more than pure, unadulterated rest and relaxation, but this little island has so much more to offer its visitors. Go hiking in the Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve, where you'll see spectacular wildlife in the mountainous rainforests and the stunning Grand Etang Lake in the crater of a volcano. In fact, the nature in wildlife in Grenada is one of its strongest points, with fascinating marine life, endangered birds and turtle hatcheries. Elsewhere, head to a spice plantation or market and find out more about the fragrant produce that makes Grenada famous.
Nightlife in Grenada tends to be pretty chilled out. Many hotels provide entertainment, including steel bands, karaoke and even crab racing. For late nights and bright lights, head to the state of the art Fantazia nightclub at Morne Rouge Beach. You'll find a wide selection of bars, lively entertainment venues and a theatre in the lively town of St George's.
Most all inclusive hotels in Grenada serve up a mix of local and international dishes. don't miss the chance to try fresh seafood, or sample the local rum.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.