Grenada is a luscious botanical island with spectacular waterfalls, beaches, viewpoints and ocean dive sites. The island is engulfed in history and culture and there is no shortage of things to do – From finding the best beach bars to exploring the underwater world with status on the ocean floor or touring one of the many rum distilleries. We have summarised some of our favourite things to do on Grenada, below.
While not in Grenada itself, Carriacou, a nearby island, offers a laid-back atmosphere. Sandy beaches, clear waters, and a slower pace make it an excellent choice for a relaxing sailing experience.
Eating and Drinking
Gouyave Fish Friday: Every Friday evening in the fishing village of Gouyave, locals and visitors gather for Fish Friday. Enjoy a variety of fresh seafood, local dishes, and lively music in a festive atmosphere.
We also love The Aquarium Restaurant in Secret Harbour, this restaurant offers a tranquil setting with sea views. Indulge in a variety of seafood dishes and other Caribbean-inspired cuisine.
History and Culture
Perched on a hill overlooking St. George’s, Fort George offers a glimpse into Grenada’s history. Explore the fort, enjoy panoramic views, and learn about the island’s colonial past.
Or visit Dougaldston Spice Estate, a historic spice estate that also teaches visitors about Grenada’s spice industry. Guided tours provide insight into the cultivation of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and other spices.
Explore the world’s first underwater sculpture park in Molinere Bay. Snorkel or dive among the unique sculptures, creating an intriguing blend of art and marine life. For experienced divers, the Bianca C, known as the “Titanic of the Caribbean,” is a shipwreck located off the coast of Grenada. It offers a thrilling underwater adventure.
Discover the lush rainforest and volcanic crater lake in Grand Etang National Park. Hike through trails surrounded by tropical flora and fauna. A short drive from St. George’s to visit Annandale Falls, a picturesque waterfall nestled in the tropical rainforest. It’s an easy exploration for a refreshing dip.