Tropical White Beach, Sandbar, Caribbean, Grenada

Grenada Holidays

A beautiful blend of deep blue and lush green. Be sure to include hiking through tropical rainforests and snorkelling over the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean in your tailor-made itinerary.

Located just 100 miles north of Venezuela, the small Caribbean island of Grenada has a largely rural, undeveloped feel to it, making it a wonderful holiday destination.

Its mountainous and volcanic landscape gives Grenada one of the loveliest environments in the Caribbean, with crater lakes, rainforests and coastal mangrove plantations giving way to white-sand beaches and brilliant blue waters filled with coral reefs. Across the water from Saint Lucia lies the small island of Grenada. Small in size it may be, but Grenada is one of the largest producers of Nutmeg in the world, and with the fascinating cultures mixed with mountainous interior and a stunning coastline; Grenada is an excellent destination for both relaxation and adventure.

Levera Beach, Grenada

Highlights of Grenada

With the possibility of completing a circumnavigation of Grenada, this journey travels around the small island in search of crashing waterfalls, golden beaches, remarkable snorkelling sites and colourful houses.

11 days

from £5,170 pp

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Sandy blue beach, Sea shells, Grenada

Why we like Grenada

The mix of local people and fascinating cultures along with a mountainous interior and stunning coastline makes a visit to Grenada an excellent choice for both a relaxing and more adventurous holiday. The hotels are small and perfectly match the idyllic concept of a Caribbean retreat. There are also a number of private villas available, depending on your requirements.

Sea Town, St Georges, Grenada
St Georges, Grenada

Grenada: What to Expect

As a major producer of nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla it is hardly surprising that Grenada is internationally recognised as the Spice Island. Grenada is a tri-island country and its sister islands, Carriacou and Petit Martinique, float in the turquoise waters to the north of the main island. The rugged and unmanicured Atlantic coast is definitely worth a visit and stands in stark contrast to the calm translucent waters of the more sheltered Caribbean coast.


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Carribean Beach, Grenada

Discover Grenada Beaches

Spend some time on the beach.

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Veronica Wreck, Grenada

Snorkel and Scuba Dive

Snorkel over an underwater sculpture park and scuba dive down to the largest ship wreck in the Caribbean.

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Grand Etang National Park

Grand Etang National Park

Hike up and swim under scenic waterfalls in the Grand Etang National Park.

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Mona Monkey, Grenada

Search for the Mona Monkey

Explore the tropical rainforest of the interior in search of the mona monkey.

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River Antoine Rum Distillery, Grenada

Rum Distillery Tour

Take a historic tour of the oldest rum distillery on the island.

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Where to stay

Some of the wonderful places to stay that we frequently recommended.

Silversands Grenada £££££

  • Americas - Caribbean
  • Beach and Island Escapes

With a range of rooms, suites and villas available, Silversands Grenada is your perfect Caribbean hideaway.

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Spice Island Beach Resort £££££

  • Grenada
  • Beach and Island Escapes

Spice Island Beach Resort is an old-school, elegant, Caribbean hotel spread out over eight acres and run by Sir Royston Hopkin and family. Oliver’s Restaurant offers seaside dining to the refrains of calypso, reggae and steel bands. Alternatively, you may choose to take the hotel launch south along the coast to dine at the local Aquarium Restaurant.

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Maca Bana £££££

  • Grenada
  • Villas / Exclusive use

Small and very beautifully formed, Maca Bana is a collection of five two-bedroom and two one-bedroom villas that are built into a hillside. Rock Fig and Paw Paw one-bedroom villas have amazing coast views. Maca Bana offers a full concierge service and can arrange a variety of island tours and car hire. Why not organise a massage, spa treatment or yoga and pilates on your private deck with a stunning coastal backdrop? The shared infinity pool has one of the best pool-views on the island. There is no restaurant but meals can be prepared for you in your villa and the popular Aquarium Restaurant is right on the beach via a steep flight of steps, at the base of the hill.

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The Calabash Hotel £££££

  • Grenada
  • Beach and Island Escapes

Calabash is one of the island’s most exclusive hotels, located on a secluded bay within tropical gardens along Grenada’s sheltered south coast. It has 30 Suites arranged in a horseshoe facing out towards the sea, each elegantly furnished and with a balcony or veranda looking out to sea. The top-end Suites have their own private pool. Dining is one of the big attractions at this classic Caribbean hotel. Breakfast is prepared by your personal maid and served on your private balcony or patio. A mid-morning fruit plate, or juice, is served at the Beach Restaurant, where you can also enjoy light meals at lunchtime.

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Petite Anse £££££

  • Grenada
  • Beach and Island Escapes

Petite Anse offers 11 cottage-style rooms, all with private terraces overlooking the ocean and with far-reaching views to the island of Carriacou and the Grenadines beyond. Three beachfront bungalows are just a coconut’s roll from the sand and surf. Accommodation is simple but fits perfectly with the remote and rugged feel of Petite Anse. Phil and Annie Clift, the owners, will ensure that you are well fed and watered at the restaurant and bar. They can also help arrange a host of tours and activities including fishing trips with locals that leave directly from the beach, boat trips to Sandy Island, hiking along the coast or perhaps a relaxing massage.

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La Luna £££££

  • Grenada
  • Beach and Island Escapes

La Luna is a stylish boutique bolt-hole merging the Italian chic of the hotel’s owner with the laid-back charm of traditional Grenada. Then throw in a touch of Asia at the spa and seafront yoga pavilion. 16 very cool, pastel-coloured cottages are dotted up the hillside behind the beach and offer large bedrooms that open onto verandas with plunge pools and panoramic sea views. Upper cottages benefit from elevated sea views and from the oceanfront cottages, you swap grass for sand and sea in just a few paces. The concierge can assist in booking activities and complimentary Hobie cats, snorkelling, kayaking and paddle-boarding equipment is available on the beach. The thatch-roof Club House overlooks the pool and beach and houses La Luna’s renowned bar and restaurant.

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Meet our experts

A passion for travel runs right through every one of our experts - meaning they're always ready with first-hand insight about their specialist countries.

John Faithfull

Other than the exceptional food and hiking on offer, one of John’s favourite experiences in Grenada is to snorkel over the underwater sculpture park where a lone typist sits at his desk on the seabed, a cyclist freewheels between corals and a ring of friends hold hands while staring at passing fish.

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