Grenada is the Caribbean you've always dreamed of. Pristine beaches, buildings only as tall as the coconut trees and smiling faces everywhere you turn. The island has a happy feel which is just infectious, making you never want to leave.
Internationally famed for its abundance of spices, Grenada has turned its head towards the sea to welcome its new celebrity as the 'Dive capital of the Eastern Caribbean'. Lush coral gardens, wrecks and the world's first underwater sculpture park have created a formidable underwater world to explore.
Grenada's diversity makes it incomparable. The island's interior is dressed in a layer of rich rainforest, decorated with waterfalls, hot springs, volcanic crater lakes, trekking trails and the odd monkey for entertainment.
The island's coastline is a tranquil pristine haven to the West and welcomes in rolling surf from the East. Looking up to the North lies the magnificent Grenadine Islands. These untouched jewels in turquoise waters lay the path between Grenada and St Vincent.
The south coast is home to the Calabash and is the island's subtle hub of activity. Bars, restaurants and activities are tastefully slotted into the landscape and offer great nightlife options at a true West Indian pace.
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As part of our endeavour to look after our island and community, the Calabash supports children's homes on the island through 'Pack for a Purpose'.
Pack for a Purpose is an initiative that allows travellers like you to make a lasting impact in Grenada. If you save just a few kilos of space in your suitcase and bring supplies for the children's homes that we support, you’ll make a priceless impact in the lives of our local children and families.
We currently support:
The Bel Air Children's Home (Boys & Girls aged 0 -18)
The Dorothy Hopkin Centre for the Disabled (Boys & Girls aged 0 -18)
The Queen Elizabeth Home for Children (Boys & Girls aged 0 -18)
The Father Mullaghan's Home for Boys (Boys aged 10 -18)
The Emergency Shelter for Children (Primarily girls aged 0 -18 and some boys 0 - 5)
Programme for Adolescent Mothers (Primarily girls aged 0 -18 and some boys 0 - 5)
Please click here to see what supplies are needed.