For all the beautiful beaches in Grenada, Grand Anse Beach steals the crown. Two miles of talcum powder sand and crystal clear water make this beach a true thing of beauty.
This beach is gorgeous, although not pink as the name suggests. As a horseshoe-shaped cove it's a popular spot for swimming and snorkeling.
A hidden gem for any nature lover. This is the beach to catch a glimpse of the endangered leatherback turtles nesting during laying season.
As one of the Caribbean's top chocolate producers, Grenada is heaven for chocoholics. Take a drive out to the Belmont Estate plantation to see how it's made, and of course taste some of the produce!
No visit to the Caribbean is complete without a trip to a rum distillery and Grenada is no exception. We have heard that the chocolate rum is a standout winner.
This rum Distillery is the oldest in the western hemisphere, and uses a traditional water wheel to run the factory. Grenadian rum is delicious, but very strong, so go easy on the tasting!
Found in Lance Aux Epines, this place is a must for any craft beer fans. With their own micro-brewery onsite, you'll get to sample all the best IPA's on the island.
Live music, ocean views across Grand Anse Beach and great local food and drink - exactly what you would expect from a popular, local hot spot.
If you're in need of rejuvenation, then head to The Spa at Calabash. Offering holistic therapies including a range of heavenly massage options, it's just the ticket for some well needed pampering.
With their own Red Lane® Spa offering a wide range of massage and beauty treatments, you're guaranteed to leave feeling on top of the world.
Dip into hot springs. Thanks to Grenada's volcanic origins, you'll find sulphur springs on the island. Take a trip to St Andrew and enjoy the restorative benefits of the soothing warm water.
There are plenty of boat tours and kayak excursions to take you out across the sun-dappled waters to explore the bays and reefs of the islands.
For a unique diving adventure, visit the underwater sculptures in this protected marine area.
Hiking in Grenada is a must and a walk to the highest waterfall in Grenada. might be a trek but trust us, it's worth every step.
Wander under the lush tropical canopy, marvel at the exotic flowers and the sounds of the birds, and keep an eye out for armadillo. You can also get up close and personal with the cheeky Mona Monkeys – you'll want to stay and play all day!
Home to the Grenada Dove, bring your binoculars and catch a glimpse of this critically endangered bird. If you are in luck, you'll spot some beautiful hummingbirds too.
The seas around Grenada are frequented by whales, dolphins, turtles and Manta rays, so don't miss out on a boat safari. You never know what you might bump into.
No visit to the “Island of Spice” would be complete without a visit to this colourful trading hub. It's a riot of spices, fruit and vegetables – you might even pick up a gift or two to take home.
For live music, good beer and great food, look no further than the nightlife at the Dodgy Dock in the True Blue Resort. Just don't plan an early start the next day!