Explore the landscape and aromas of Spice Isle
Grenada is one of the most fertile and beautiful of the Caribbean islands. Lush green valleys and mountain slopes provide a dramatic contrast to the clear waters of the ocean. And with a bounty of fruit growing in the hills and the smell of nutmeg in the air, a Grenada holiday feels like a special privilege.
Grenada's interior rises skywards in such a tropical profusion that you would be forgiven for believing the island was larger than it is. The mountains are volcanic in origin and dense with nutmeg, cacao, cinnamon and ginger plantations, which is why Grenada is often called the Spice Island. Coupled with this, an array of exotic flowers has led Grenada to be awarded nine gold medals at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The island has many cultural influences, brought over by the Spanish, French and British, who fought for many years to control the island. The Anglo-French pedigree is captured in the attractive hillside capital of St. George's, with its picturesque houses, quaint streets and colourful harbour; an essential destination for any Grenada holiday. Away from St. George's and the beaches, you’ll find endless trekking opportunities in the National Parks with their unique tropical ecosystems.
There’s lots more to do too: explore the spice plantations, taste the country’s exquisite chocolate, or dive amidst 65 sculptures in the world's first underwater sculpture gallery. Whether you want to see all the island has to offer or just relax on the sandy beaches, we can create a holiday tailored just to you.