Taste a slice of island life in the sweet spice isle of Grenada! Lodged in the southern Caribbean, nearing the coast of Venezuela, Grenada enthralls visitors with endless treats of peaceful pleasures, complete with the quintessential island respite. Relish the trio-islands’ wonders as you trail its vast rainforests to spectacular waterfalls before nose-diving through the world’s first underwater sculpture park. Switch shoes then shake a leg in the streets abuzz. The vibes are purely nice; Grenada spoons visitors with more than just spice!
Grenada’s seemingly boundless white-sand beach furnished with watersports, restaurants, and hotels, emerging as the ideal beach attraction.
French creole for the devil, Jab Jab is Grenada’s most prominent traditional mas celebrated. As a re-enactment of enslaved ancestors, revelers clothe themselves in black paint or oil, cow horns, and shackles before bringing menace to unsuspecting spectators.
The oldest constructed fort in Grenada perched in the capital city. Built-in the early 1700s, Fort George is home to historic cannons and expansive views of the harbor and town.
Grenada’s hearty national dish. A one-pot fusion blend of spices, meats, breadfruit, and other vegetables stewed in coconut milk till the liquid is dried down, gaining its name ‘Oil Down’.
The Caribbean’s premier and oldest private medical institute. St George’s University secures the region’s most promising medical students and continues to be regarded as a top international medical center of education.