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Grenada Travel Guide

Why Grenada?

Why Grenada?

Why Grenada?

Nestled in a far-flung, south-eastern corner of the Caribbean Sea, Grenada is one of the most beautiful and best-kept secrets of this part of the world. Nicknamed the Isle of Spice for its ample production of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and various others, it is actually not just one but a  trio of islands. Grenada Island is the largest, boasting thick swathes of tropical rainforest, sublime beaches and the bustling, historical town of St George, while Carriacou and Petit Martinique both offer the chance to step into a veritable time-warp, and experience island village life the way it used to be, against a backdrop of some truly astonishing scenery. 

Why Grenada with us?

Why Grenada with us?

Our team of Caribbean experts have visited the remote shores of Grenada on many occasions, continuing to ensure that we are selling you the best destinations that this rising star of an island has to offer. Staying up to date on the latest developments in the resorts that we sell, they are passionate about Grenada as a holiday destination, and committed to ensuring that you leave the island sharing that passion! 

What is the best time to visit Grenada?

What is the best time to visit Grenada?

High season in Grenada tends to run from January through to April (these being the winter months when the weather is at its driest and least humid.) The best months to avoid travelling to Grenada are September and October, which mark peak hurricane season.  

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