Grenada (Grenada)

If you are planning a Caribbean holiday, Grenada is an ideal destination. Grenada is also known as the "Queen of Antigua" because it is regarded as one of the most important points in the trade route between the West Indies and Spain. The island has a tropical wet and dry climate. Because of its location, Grenada enjoys a temperate climate throughout the year.

Grenada is known for being a major tourist hotspot. A visit to the island is guaranteed to revitalize your spirit, whether it is with a relaxing day at the spa, exploring the history of the island, or perhaps sampling the local cuisine. On a rainy, hot day, Grand Anse Beach may become unbearable. If this happens, there are other options where you can cool off such as the aptly named Grenada Water Park, which offers cool waters on the hottest days.

There are plenty of activities on Grenada for tourists. rafting down the renowned River of Palms offers a breathtaking view of the island. This historic river has been deemed too dangerous to go on, but this trip offers a much safer option. Another favorite is horseback riding on the beaches. This allows you to see the flora and fauna that you would never normally see.

The Grenada Travel Guide gives a list of popular activities in Grenada that visitors should not miss. For example, the Grenada Aquarium offers a variety of marine animals such as snakes, turtles and fish. Guided tours are offered to take visitors on a tour of the island. This allows you to learn about the different species of marine life on the island. This also gives you the opportunity to feed them.

Many visitors also enjoy taking in one of the many water parks on the island. There are two water parks to choose from namely the Lake Grenada and the Bule Island water park. At the Lake Grenada there are more than 80 slides, rock pools, mini ponds and numerous rides. Bule is the largest of all the water parks, it has features such as zip lining and the Grenada River rapids ride.

The Grenada Travel Guide describes how to get to Grenada from Miami by air. It also has a detailed explanation of how to get around Grenada on foot. There is even a meal plan that provides guests with a choice of dining establishments that are available to them. This gives visitors the chance to sample a variety of cuisine from around the Caribbean.

It is possible to get tickets to see the Grenada capital of San Juan. This gives tourists a chance to see the history of the island and also to experience some of the local culture. It is possible to arrange for bus tours of the entire city, or there are cruises that will take tourists around. Staying at one of the many hotels in San Juan offers excellent views of the Caribbean Ocean.

There are many other interesting activities to participate in when visiting Grenada. A Grenada travel guide is the perfect resource for anyone who is planning a trip to this tropical paradise. It can help visitors decide which sights they would like to see and which ones they would rather not. The information provided by this guide is extensive and helpful, covering everything that a visitor needs to know about Grenada.

The Grenada Travel Guide is also helpful when it comes to obtaining passports. It is possible to obtain an international passport from any embassy in North America or Europe. However, the Grenada Passport can only be issued at the consular office in San Juan. It is also important to check whether you need an actual Passport in order to fly into Grenada.

Some people travel to Grenada just for the beautiful beaches. It is possible to board a cruise ship that leaves from the San Juan port. This provides an excellent opportunity to see some of the best beaches in Grenada. The ship takes visitors to many places along the Caribbean coastline. Most of the amenities are available on board so that guests can enjoy a comfortable and enjoyable cruise.

The Grenada Travel Guide is very popular, as it provides so much information. It is also full of tips and advice on how to avoid being scammed. There are also many places where tourists can participate in the locals' trade. It is possible to learn Spanish during the course of your holiday. This will make communicating with the locals much easier.

Grenada Travel FAQs


Are vaccinations required before travelling?

Up to date information for vaccinations before you travel to Grenada are available from the NHS website

Is it safe to travel to Grenada?

For up to date information around safety and security in Grenada read the Foreign & Commonwealth Office latest information for Grenada.

Best time to visit?

The best time to visit Grenada is during peak season, between mid-December and mid-April, because these are the months with the least rainfall, which means your chances of a picture-perfect vacation are that much higher.

Do I need a visa to enter Grenada?

British passport holders don't need a visa to visit Grenada. On entry, you'll be granted a specified period to stay.

What currency do i need?

The official currency of Grenada is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD). If you're looking to transfer or spend money in Grenada you can grab amazing Eastern Caribbean Dollar deals via Wise.com (GBP to XCD).

What wild animals live in Grenada?

The animal life is varied and includes such wild animals as the mona monkey (a small, long-tailed, West African species that was introduced by slaves), the manicou (a species of opossum), the agouti (a rabbit-sized rodent, which is brown or grizzled in colour), the iguana, the mongoose, and a variety of turtles and land crabs.

What is the traditional food?

Oil down, Grenada's national dish, is a melting pot of its cultural history. This hearty stew is made of local veggies, salted meat and aromatic spices.

What Languages are spoken in Grenada?

The official language in Grenada is English. There are also two other languages recognized in Grenada: Grenadian English Creole, and Grenadian French Creole

How much do you tip?

The currency in Grenada is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (Tipping in Grenada is discretionary and should reflect the service you have received, however a service charge of 18% is typically added to your bill in hotels and restaurants. If no service charge is added, a 10% tip is generally expected.).

Where can I find a local travel expert for Grenada?

Local Grenada travel experts are available.

Useful Numbers

Emergency Grenada Numbers?

  • Police: 911
  • Ambulance: 911
  • Fire: 911
  • UK Embassy: + 1 246 430 7800

    Time Difference

    What is the time difference?

    The GMT time difference is -5 hours

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