The small Caribbean island of Grenada is at the Southern end of the Windward Islands. Formerly colonised, first by the French and then by the British, Grenada still retains traces of these European influences in its culture, architecture, cuisine and place names.

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If you want unspoilt Caribbean and a relaxed, friendly and real experience then go to Grenada. The island is small and unglitzy (which I positively opted for), green and lush as well as small enough to explore in a short road trip. I would go back time and again for the sunsets and amazing family memories. Having worked with Abi and her team at Bushbaby for a number of years, nothing is left to chance and their advice and knowledge is second to none. They really care about their customers and that shows.

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The warmth of the weather is matched by the genuine warmth of its English-speaking people, who are incredibly friendly and go out of their way to welcome visitors. Known as The Spice Island, Grenada’s volcanic origin has produced topography of great beauty, ranging from mountainous rainforest with waterfalls and lakes, to dry lowlands and coastal mangroves, not forgetting beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters.

Apart from the obvious lure of gorgeous soft-sand beaches, there’s plenty to see and do with snorkelling, scuba diving, sailing, river tubing and rainforest hikes just a few of the activities on offer. Experienced divers won’t want to miss the incredible Underwater Sculpture Park, a world first! Fascinating cocoa plantations, rum distilleries, forts, waterfalls and tropical gardens are all there to be explored too.

Grenada is far less developed than many of its Caribbean cousins and the locals joke that nothing taller than a coconut tree is allowed to be built! Ideal for an authentic getaway to this beautiful part of the world…

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When to go

The temperature variations throughout the year are very slight with the average being around 26 – 28 C. High season is between mid-December to mid-April when there is typically less humidity and rainfall. However, Grenada can be visited year-round and often there are some great offers to take advantage of if you are travelling during the low season. The main hurricane season is from mid-August to mid-September and although Grenada rarely gets hit by hurricanes, we recommend travelling earlier in the summer months.

Grenada temperature chart

Travel Essentials

Flights: There are no direct flights from the UK to Grenada. BA and Virgin Atlantic have a twice weekly service with a stop in Barbados or Saint Lucia (approx. 11 hours).
Typical carbon emissions for a return flight via TBC (Economy) per person: 4.79 tonnes.

Time Zone: GMT-4

Local Currency:
Eastern Caribbean dollar

Capital City: Saint George's

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