25 things to do in Grenada

We're more than just beautiful beaches and friendly people. Grenada has so much to offer and here are just a few...

1. Relax on one of the world’s best beaches - Grand Anse Beach

 

2. Or explore the island finding equally gorgeous, quiet and relaxing beaches off the beaten path


3. Kayak around hog island and enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on a private beach (www.conservationkayak.com)


4. Play with the Mona Monkey’s in Grand Etang

 

5. Hike up to Seven Sisters Waterfalls


6. Check out our warm sulphur springs

 

7. Visit the world’s first underwater sculpture park (www.grenadaunderwatersculpture.com)

 

8. Tour the island by bike (www.mochaspoke.com)

 

9. Enjoy tapas on the beach with Mark B (www.calabashhotel.com)


10. Sail the to the picturesque Tobago Cays.These untouched jewels in turquoise water lay the path between Grenada and St Vincent (www.tobagocays.org)


11. Visit our sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique (www.grenadagrenadines.com)


12. Head up to the Grenada Chocolate Factory to see how the world's best organically grown and ethically produced chocolate is made (www.belmontestate.net)

 

13. Climb our highest peak – Mt St Catherine (840m)

 

14. Dive the Titanic of Caribbean - the Bianca C (www.scubatech-grenada.com)

 

15. Enjoy the finest of dining at Rhodes Restaurant (www.calabashhotel.com)


16. Sail to Hog Island and enjoy a lobster lunch (www.bananaboattoursgrenada.com)


17. Relax at the Heaven & Earth Spa (www.calabashhotel.com)


18. Watch giant leatherback turtles lay their eggs (www.oceanspirits.org)

 

19. Discover one of the island's most romantic spots at La Sagesse Beach (www.lasagesse.com)


20. Explore the underwater world of the Wreck Diving Capital of the Eastern Caribbean (www.scubatech-grenada.com)


21. Find yourself marooned on your own deserted private island


22. No trip to the Isle of Spice would be complete without a trip to Laura’s Spice & Herb Garden (www.grenadagrenadines.com)


23. From the very beginning to the modern day, learn about Grenada’s cultural history at Spice Basket (www.spicebasketgrenada.com)


24. Head up to the fishing town of Gouyave for their weekly Fish Friday


25. Explore St George’s on a Saturday morning. Don’t miss the lively and colourful market square