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  • 1

    Grand Anse beach

    4 reviews

    Awesome beach

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  • 2

    Prickly Bay

    3 reviews

    The bay to anchor in for cruising yachts.

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  • 3

    Moliniere Bay - Underwater Sculpture Park & Aquarium Beach

    3 reviews

    This is a great excursion for a snorkeling trip or with one of our recommend Scuba Diving operators.

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureFamilies
  • 4

    River Antoine Rum Distillery

    2 reviews

    River Antoine Rum Distillery Is a Rum Distillery that is centuries-old.

    Popular withHistoryOutdoorAdventure
  • 5

    Grand Etang Lake and National Park

    2 reviews

    The only way to discover the marvels of Grenada’s rainforest is on foot. My hiking guide is himself a legend of the island. Telfor Bedeau is 75 years young and fitter than me (admittedly, that doesn’t take much), but he leads 40-mile walks all in a day’s work. Armed with the best guide in the Caribbean, we trek into the ...

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  • 6

    Grenada National Museum

    2 reviews

    Grenada National Museum Young and Monckton Sts.

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  • 7

    Art Fabrik Batik Boutique and Workshop

    1 review

    Great place to buy locally made Batik clothes and souvenirs take back home with you

    Popular withDesignLuxuryFamilies
  • 8

    La Sagesse Beach

    1 review

    When people arrive at this beach, they realise that this is the Caribbean of dreams. A doughy white-sand expanse of beach is backed by deep green lush vegetation and tropical foliage, lapped by luminescent turquoise Caribbean Sea. Palm trees appear placed to perfection. And it’s almost always mostly empty. Pitch up here to spend an entire day. And enjoy a ...

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  • 9

    West Indies Cricket Heritage Centre

    1 review

    An amazing experience for all cricket enthusiasts. Extensive range of memorabilia of all the cricket stars through the ages

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  • 10

    Port Louis

    1 review

    Big beautify marina.

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  • 11

    Concord Falls

    1 review

    CONCORD FALLS,, Is in Crochu,Grenada Concord Falls is one of many spectacular waterfalls,,, ,It is the highest water fall on the island.

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  • 12

    Sandy Island Marine Park

    1 review

    Sandy Island Marine Park Yachts entering Grenada can clear customs and immigration at Hillsborough on Carriacou, and on the island of Grenada,, at Grenada Yacht Club in St. George.. Prickly Bay, in St.George.... Grenada Marine in St. David.

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  • 13

    ScubaTech Grenada

    1 review

    I had a great time diving with Scuba Tech in Grenada over 6 days and 12 dives. While diving with ScubaTech I decided to take 2 Padi specialty diving training courses (Wreck and Deep Diver). Jochen was my instructor and he was brilliant at providing an in-depth pre-dive briefing and followed up with excellent post-dive observations, which only improved my ...

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  • 14

    Pearls Airport

    1 review

    The former airport was the first built in Grenada. This move was seen by the US as a collaboration between the island Cuba to bring arms in. The US invaded under Reagan’s rule, ending in many deaths. The conspiracy was later proven to be unfounded. Pearls Airport is now an eery graveyard bearing the Soviet skeletons of two Antonov planes, ...

    Popular withLuxuryOutdoorAdventure
  • 15

    Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Cooperative

    1 review

    The largest nutmeg factory in Grenada and only one currently operating, is enchanting in action. Rings of ladies sit around processing stations, picking, grading and packaging nutmegs. The scent is divine. Don’t leave without buying Gouyave (or Guava) jam. It’s delicious simply spread on toast. Gouyave is also the backdrop for ‘Fish Friday,’ a huge gathering in the streets around ...

    Popular withLuxuryOutdoorAdventure
  • 16

    Yoga Pavilion

    1 review

    Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, Meditation: whichever your preference, take a class on the airy beachfront pavilion on Portici beach. Beginners are welcome and it’s guaranteed to be an unforgettable hour. The shaded wooden platform looks out across the Caribbean Sea, catching the breeze, which is welcome reprieve during challenging poses. Lesley Gray, one of the instructors, is a shining example ...

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  • 17

    Balinese Spa, Grenada

    1 review

    As you start to unwind and relax into Grenada’s way of life, aches and pains that have been knocking around for a while spring to the surface. I was reaching out for a good spa and I found it at La Luna’s Balinese spa. Having been to Bali, I know an authentic and skilful massage when I have one. This ...

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  • 18

    Grenada Island Tour

    1 review

    To become properly acquainted with Grenada, an island tour is a wonderful experience. It also helps to get familiarised with driving here, before hitting the road in a hire car. My guide, Edwin Frank, or ‘Big Bird’ as he’s known from his former ball-throwing days, is an institution and legend. Recalling tales of his former broadcasting years, tribulations of living ...

    Popular withLuxuryOutdoorAdventure
  • 19

    St Georges University

    1 review

    Originally renowned for it’s intake of Medical and Veterinary students from the US, St George’s University is now a fully-fledged university with all types of courses on offer. The campus is impressive and state-of-the-art, set on a peninsula in the Southwest, with views of the sea. Take a tour of the library, labs, health centre, housing and facilities. The housing ...

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  • 20

    Art and Soul Art Gallery Bookstore

    1 review

    Spiceland Mall is the closest building to a ‘mall’ in Grenada. It’s home to a supermarket, small boutique shops and a food court. It’s certainly worth a little look for it’s distinctive Caribbean vibe. Inside, I stumble across visually vibrant and colourful works of art. Art And Soul Gallery is a happy place. It cheers me up no end to ...

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