Hotels in Grenada
Essential information for Grenada
British passport holders don’t need a visa to visit Grenada.
Grenada has a tropical rainforest climate with no dry season. The warm season lasts from August to October, where rainfall is more likely.
Find spice plantations, nature reserves and exotic scenery on tap. Here are some of the best Grenada attractions:
- Grand Anse is a 1.5-mile stretch of pristine white sand home to great diving.
- Pink Gin Beach is a paradise spot for snorkeling, sunbathing and great views of St George’s.
- The volcanic Black Bay is one of the most secluded beaches in Grenada.
- Magazine Beach is a beautiful spot for kayaking and lively culinary events.
- Wake up to your own infinity pool, steps away from your bed at Sandals La Source.
- Visit The Red Lane Spa for a Sweet Coffee or Sugar Cane Body Scrub.
- Visit the Belmont Estate, a 17th century spice plantation. Learn about the history of the cocoa bean and the production of cinnamon, nutmeg and other exotic spices.
Food & Drink
- Enjoy the best seafood in Grenada at the Fish Friday celebrations in Gouyave.
- Take a bean to bar tour at The Grenada Chocolate Company or visit The Grenada Chocolate Fest in May for ‘yoga chocolate meditation’, workshops and cocoa-infused cuisine.
- Take an eco-tour of the Grand Etang Forest Reserve and wildlife-rich Lake Antoine.
- Go diving at the Bianca C shipwreck and underwater sculpture park by Jason deCaires Taylor.
- Island hop to Carriacou and Petite Martinique via catamaran or ferry.
Events and Festivals
- August: See J’ouvert celebrations at ‘Spicemas’, Grenada’s annual Carnival event.
- January: Head to Port Louis Marina for the annual Grenada Sailing Festival.