Come! See and enjoy a place where all of nature's best gifts can be found. Meet a people whose simple, celebratory, colourful lifestyle and unmatched warmth make Grenadians the very 'Spice' of the land..
Grenada is the ‘Spice Isle’ of the Caribbean; a geographical gem where visitors can sink into the serenity of warm breezes and soft moonlight; feel history in centuries old forts; touch the floor of the rain forest and swim among coral reefs. This is the land of spices, exotic flowers and rare fruits; the three island nation of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique and the gateway to the Grenadines.
The architecture, place names and dialect of Grenada, along with our customs and celebrations are here to see, hear and touch. What emerges from this intriguing past is the pure warmth of our people.
Grenadians are a nation of entrepreneurs whose pursuit of excellence is ingrained in our adaptability as a people. Their achievements are acknowledged internationally through awards, honours and other measures of recognition. From award winning condiments, herbal remedies, honey and rums to rare organically grown dark cocoa and original seasoning mixes..
Whether you prefer a secluded villa, an all inclusive hotel, a luxurious apartment or the comfort of an intimate inn, Grenada offers a wide array of accommodation options. Our sporting events, dive excursions, cultural celebrations, culinary selections and other festivals and attractions will make your spice experience one to repeat.
Things to do
From the pageantry of Carnival to some of the tastiest impromptu roadside barbeques; from the tranquility of quiet beaches to the hypnotizing steel pan; there is always something interesting to do in Grenada.
Annual Grenada Sailing Festival …An internationally famous event, this Festival welcomes sailing captains and crews for some of the most exciting races and related activities. Headquartered at the Port Louis Marina, the annual four-day Festival commences at the end of January featuring international yacht racing from Grenada’s southern coast..
Grenada Carnival/Spice Mas …The premier cultural event, ‘Spice Mas’ is Grenadian expression in all its glory, climaxing during the second Monday and Tuesday in August, this annual event with multiple activities takes months of planning and coordinationCalypsonians, steel pan orchestras, beauty contestants, ‘fancy mas’ bands and others perform and parade to compete for Carnival honours.
The Owl …Restaurant and Bar…everything you love about Grand Anse and Grenada, in one location. We’re your friendly and professional Sports Bar, Restaurant, “Liming Spot”, and local entertainment, all rolled into one, and all on the world renowned Grand Anse Beach.Annexed to the prestigious Flamboyant Hotel for the past 5 years, The Owl is one of the South’s premiere locations for lunch, dinner, cocktails and late night snacks.
Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station…The Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station is one of the largest nutmeg processing factories on the island. Tours are available for only US$1.00. See the workers choose, grade and package the nutmegs. You can also step into the stencil room and get a local jute bag customized with any words of your choice.
River Sallee Boiling Springs ...Located in the north east of the island, the boiling springs are noted not only for their unique geology but also because it is an area of spiritual importance for the local residents.Visitors are inspired to throw coins into the fountain while they make a wish.
La Sagesse Nature Centre ...This quiet estuary along the southwestern coast is one of the best bird-watching locales on Grenada. In addition to the estuary, La Sagesse includes three fine beaches edged with coconut trees, a very good coral reef for snorkelling, a pristine example of dry thorn scrub and cactus woodland, and a salt pond.
Carriacou Carnival ...Carriacou Carnival encompasses wild and wonderfully expressive street dances, soca frenzy, parade of the bands and a calypso competition that combines rhythm with humorous and stinging social commentary.
The Carriacou Museum …The Carriacou Museum in Paterson Street, managed by the Carriacou Historical Society has Amerindian artefacts as well as exhibits tracing the early British and French occupation of the islands. It also has an African section. The museum is housed in a restored cotton gin mill.