Discover Pure Grenada
Our people’s welcome embodies the very spirit of Grenada where warmth, friendliness and untouched beauty offers a lifestyle so pure and authentic that you feel instantly renewed.
These enchanting islands boast silky stretches of white sand beaches, sunken treasures adorned by corals and unspoilt landscapes undiscovered by crowds.
Whether you are looking to relax and rejuvenate, or for a more adventurous experience above or below the water you will find it in #PureGrenada.
The islands hotels and resorts are locally or regionally owned and offer a level of service seldom found anywhere else in the world. Let us take you on a journey to discover Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique!
Top Tips for getting the most out of the Spice Island
The Underwater Sculpture Park is an undersea art gallery located just outside St George’s in the Molinere Marine Protected Area. This incredible installation comprises 65 plus contemporary sculptures. Snorkel, dive, or view the statues through any glass bottom boat.
Grand Anse Beach is Grenada’s showstopper, wowing beach lovers with a two-mile stretch of pristine, sherbet-white sand that gently shelves into the glistening waters of the Caribbean Sea. Spend blissful sunny days beneath shady coconut palms and sea-grape trees.
Belmont Estate - Set on a 395-acre plot in the northern reaches of Grenada, the authentic 17th-century working plantation known as Belmont Estate is an organic cocoa farm and fermentry; complete with a craft market and restaurant, plus an on-site heritage museum dedicated to the estate’s illustrious history.
Grenadian Adventures Across our beautiful islands, there are many adventures to discover. Wreck and reef diving, off-road dune buggy experiences, highwire activities and visitors can trek to a sulphur spring!
Concord Water Falls – The most dazzling of Grenada’s waterfalls is a series of three separate cascading falls known collectively as Concord Falls. All three waterfalls are ideal for daredevils, who fancy taking an exhilarating dip in icy cold crystal-clear waters against a stunning backdrop.
St George’s - Established by French settlers in 1705 and steeped in history, Grenada's colonial capital is gorgeously wrapped around the perimeter of the island's natural horseshoe-shaped harbour; with Georgian architecture, red telephone booths and hilltop forts, this working port is regarded as the most picturesque in the Caribbean
Rum Factories - Grenada has several active distilleries, all making rums of distinctive character. One of the favourites is Rivers Antoine, an organic, slightly over-proof rum whose cane is still crushed by an ancient waterwheel – the oldest functioning one in the western hemisphere. The estate and distillery are open to visitors.
Bite into Grenadian Cuisine - Grenadian cooking blends African, Asian, and European traditions; and with so many fresh ingredients at one’s doorstep, the end result is memorable.
For an independent view check out the Telegraph travel expert Fred Mawer’s pick: http://bit.ly/1GS3sVE