See what is waiting for you in the southeastern area of the Caribbean Sea.
Along with six other smaller isles, the island nation of Grenada offers a truly promising beach destination for leisure travelers.
Known as the Island of Spice, this Caribbean country takes pride in its white, sandy beaches and water-based travel activities, most of which are to be found in the southwestern part of the isle, surrounding St. George.
As ecotourism is starting to become more and more popular in Grenada, environmentally-conscious travelers can opt to stay in eco-friendly accommodations found in the parishes of Saint John and Saint David. Otherwise, you could simply follow what Daily Mail UK Travel correspondent John Stapleton did as he went for a waterfront hotel along Grand Anse Bay (“Glorious Grenada: Barbados’s Less Busy Brother is the Perfect Caribbean Experience”).
Below is an excerpt of his travel article:
We stayed at the Coyaba Beach, a four-star hotel in the middle of the price range, on two-mile-long Grand Anse Bay… There is also a wonderful fish market and a square selling all manner of goods, especially spices, such as nutmeg, which are still the island's biggest industry… You can visit the estate museum and enjoy a pleasant three-course buffet lunch for just over £10 a head… For about £30 a head, local guide Danny Alexander will take you into the rainforest. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of the island's flora and fauna… Not to be missed is Fish Friday, a weekly event in the town of Gouyave where two streets are sealed off and stallholders sell delicious cooked prawns, snapper and the rest of the catch to the accompaniment of a brilliant steel band.