Grenada Activities

You’ll have plenty of time to relax on the beach or enjoy a nice spa treatment in Grenada, but that’s far from the entire range of Grenada activities and tourist attractions you can enjoy. If you’re planning your days for your Caribbean adventure, here are some activities in Grenada you may want to work in.

Self-Drive Boat and Snorkel Tour

Take your Caribbean adventure into your own hands with the Grenada self-drive boat and snorkel tour, available at St. George’s. A trained guide will direct you as you drive yourself up the Caribbean coast in your own dinghy, enjoying the waters, sea life and shore line. Then dock and enjoy a snorkeling adventure in the warm, clear Caribbean waters.

Spice Gardens

Grenada is known as the Island of Spice, and you’ll find out why as you tour some of Gernada’s fantastic gardens and marvel at the unique flora of the island, particularly the nutmeg trees, which are responsible for one of the most famous of the islands many amazing spices.

Diving

You won’t want to miss seeing the fantastic Grenadan sea life at their level, with guided diving provided by professional Grenadan divers. Try Dive Grenada on Grand Anse for a diving experience you won’t soon forget.

Explore Grenada Activities

What Lies Beneath
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From Raw Pod to Refined Chocolate - The Grenada Chocolate Story
“To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan.” Alfred A. Montapert For Mott Green, creator of the Grenada Chocolate Company the dream has...
Boabab Company
From the Indian Ocean to the Caribbean Sea – That’s the journey of the Baobab Company clothing line which originated in Mauritius in 1995 and has spread to many other...
Belmont Estate Grenada
Next time you’re stirring your cup of hot chocolate or adding a few sprinkles of cinnamon to your cappuccino, a dusting of nutmeg to a favourite dessert, a dash of ginger to...
River Antoine Rum Distillery
Established in 1785, the distillery still uses its own homegrown sugar cane – long after this crop has virtually disappeared from Grenada’s agricultural landscape – to...
Historic St Georges
One of the most picturesque cities in the Caribbean, Grenada’s capital, St Georges is well worth exploring.  Put on comfy shoes and wander along the steep and narrow...
Handmade Jewelry by Mama Bois
When Janetta Noel moved to Grenada with her Grenadian-born husband she was blown-away by the sheer natural beauty of the island.  Especially fascinating was the abundance of...
A few things to do in Carriacou!
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Sightseeing in Carriacou
A day or overnight trip to Carriacou from neighbouring Grenada is like taking a step back in time.  The culture and traditions of this tiny island, whose name came from the...
Great eight ways to spend your vacation in Grenada
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What lies beneath...
An unexpected legacy of the hurricanes and tropical storms that have struck Grenada’s coastline in recent years has been the construction of the world’s first underwater...
Grenada Spices
If variety is the spice of life, then variety of spice is the key to immortality… Not literally of course, but, by adding a bit of spicy warmth your next dish, or even a cup...
Art Fabrik
Nestled among the ancient buildings one with burnt orange walls and bright blue shutters stands out like a beacon. Once the home of a fish monger, this 250 year old building...