Grenada Travel Blog

  1. Snorkel or Scuba Dive at the famous Underwater Sculpture Park - Designed by Jason de Caires Taylor, the underwater sculpture park is slightly north of the capital town of St. George’s. It is easily viewable by snorkeling or scuba diving and is a really interesting artistic display, entirely underwater.
  2. Take a tour of St. George’s on the Discovery Train – The town of St. George is incredibly picturesque and worthy of a tour with a difference.
  3. Dive into a Waterfall – The Annandale Falls is one of Grenada's most beautiful areas where a waterfall rushes down the mountainside into a large pool perfect for swimming readymade for a scene from a movie.
  4. Explore the Natural Rainforest with Hash House Harriers if you enjoy hiking
  5. Bask at the Beach - Every Caribbean island raves about its beaches, but Grenada really does have some of the finest. Located in the south, the most spectacular beaches are the world famous Grand Anse Beach (with sheltered waters ideal for swimming) and Morne Rouge Beach (tucked away behind a hilltop and thoroughly romantic). Bathway Beach, at the island’s north-eastern tip, is a popular picnic spot for local families, who cook virtual feasts on the shore at weekends and holidays. On the south-eastern tip of the island, La Sagesse Beach has a nature reserve as well as its own beach and a small restaurant, making it an ideal place to spend a day or two.
  6. Participate in the Grenada International Triathlon (April 5, 2015) – come to Grenada for the holiday of a lifetime while doing the sport you love. Hosted at the Port Louis Marina, Grenada International Triathlon features two course maps; one for juniors and the other for Sprint/Olympic athletes. Spectators and athletes will have a great view of the swim course from the docks of the marina while the bike and race course is along the roads of the Kirani James Boulevard.
  7. Watch International Cricket live at the Grenada National Stadium: England Tour of the West Indies (April 21 – 25, 2015). England will play their first-ever Test match at the National Cricket Ground in Grenada as part of the three-Test tour to the Caribbean.
  8. Visit Carriacou and experience the Maroon & String Band Music Festival (April 24, 2015) – a cultural education and entertainment event, developed as the main brand event.