Grenada

Grenada is a classic Caribbean island
 

Travel to Grenada - Caribbean spices

Grenada is a volcanic island with dense and lush rainforests, waterfalls and stunning white sand beaches - in other words, a classic paradise island, but far less touristy than many think. The aroma of fresh spices like nutmeg, cloves, cocoa and cinnamon spreads in the air and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. Book your trip to Grenada with KILROY!

St. George is the capital of Grenada and is a colorful city known for being one of the Caribbean's most charming cities. Until 1994 Grenada was a British colony, but the island has also been under French rule - which is the cause of mixture of French and Georgian architecture.

St. George's and excursions in Grenada

A trip to Grenada offers many amazing experiences and a sure winner among these is a visit to the capital St. George's. Stroll around the streets, absorb the friendly atmosphere and take a break now and then at the many cozy restaurants and bars. Going trekking over hilltops, past banana and nutmeg plantations and through rainforest is well worth the sweat and you can take a refeshing dip in one of the many waterfalls you'll pass along the way. You get a better overview of Grenada by renting your own car, so you can travel around at your own pace and stop wherever you want. Alternatively, for those with lots of energy, bike hire is also a good option to experience the magical places that Grenada has to offer.

National parks and white beaches in Grenada

Grenada has an abundance of beautiful national parks, volcanoes, lakes, waterfalls and spice plantations. We strongly recommend the two national parks; Grand Etang and Levar. Here, you will be met by stunning scenery, great surroundings and interesting animals. In Grenada, we also find one of the Caribbean's finest sandy beaches, Grand Anse Beach, which includes a beautiful and active coral reefs. After being kissed by the sun and swimming in the crystal clear sea, snorkeling is next on your list! The life under water is absolutely outstanding and sure to impress you, so put on your mask and flippers!

Caribbean delights

There is a boat from Grenada to the nearby islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The keywords to describe these islands is calm and even quieter - so a more relaxed holiday doesn't excist.

Good to know about Grenada

Temperatures in Grenada remains around 25-30 degrees year round. Stay in cozy guesthouses or affordable 3-star hotels on the beautiful Grand Anse Beach which is only a few km outside St. George. Minibuses that seats 15-20 passengers, run frequently between the various stops around the island, so it is easy to get around.

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