Grenadians are known for their warmth and hospitality, so we guarantee that you’ll find your way around the island with minimal hassle. Walking around is a great way to see the island, but if you opt for guided tours, there are a number of tour operators at your disposal, as well as vehicle rentals, if you choose to be more independent. Public transportation typically operates from about 6 am – 6 pm, after which time, taxis are available for hire.
The island’s main festival is Carnival, which takes place in August. During the year, there are a number of smaller, but equally exciting festivities, such as the Carriacou Regatta, Grenada Sailing Festival, Rhythms of Summer Music Festival, Carriacou Carnival, Grenada Drum Festival and the Spice Island Billfish Tournament.
Grenada offers numerous opportunities for exploration, sightseeing, relaxation, romance and adventure. Top sites to visit and explore during your stay include the internationally-acclaimed Grand Anse Beach, the world’s first underwater Sculpture Park, Grand Etang Lake and Forest Reserve, 18th Century forts, plantation houses, and the scenic waterfalls. If you’re more adventurous, you can check out the hiking trails, waterfalls, and river tubing.
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