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Grenada see + do

The tourist axis extends only from St. George's to Grand Anse Beach. But Grenada has a wealth of attractions and activities to suit almost any interest, from diving and day sails to forest hikes or simply beach flopping.

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Beaches of Grenada

Grenada may be small, but it plays host to two entirely different beach experiences. Without a doubt, Grand Anse Beach is Grenada's cerulean crown jewel: two...more

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Boating in Grenada

With its position south of the hurricane line, Grenada has emerged as a serious player in the regional yachting scene. Captains can make their base at either...more

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Carnival/Spicemas in Grenada

Grenada's August Carnival delivers the same colorful costumes, elaborate floats, and musical parades that mark similar celebrations from Bavaria to Brazil....more

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City of St. George's, St. George's

Grenada's colonial capital reflects the island's dual French and British legacies, with red-tile roofs, red telephone booths, and a pair of impressive hilltop...more

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Fish Fridays, St. John

What began in 2005 as a once-a-month attempt to lure a few tourists to the island's largest fishing town (about a half-hour drive up the craggy coast from St....more

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Grand Itang Forest Reserve, Grand Étang Forest Reserve

It's tempting to do little more than trek from room to plunge pool to beach on Grenada, but after a few days of decompressing, you might want to explore the...more

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Grenada Chocolate Company, St. Patrick

A visit to this little chocolate factory in St. Patrick (on the north side of the island) will get you a ten-minute introduction to the basics of...more

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National Trust Museum, St. George's

Built around 1700 and originally known as one of Bermuda's first governor's houses, this museum is a time capsule of the turbulent years of the American Civil...more

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Nutmeg in Grenada

They don't call Grenada the "spice island" for nothing. It's the world's second-largest producer of nutmeg (after Indonesia). The spice, which was introduced to...more

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Petit Martinique and Carriacou

The two smaller islands that form the tri-island nation of Grenada are well worth a side trip for their secluded beaches, quaint cottages, and untouristed...more

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