Things to do and see in Grenada
Enjoy the views from Fort George and Richmond Hill near the capital. Many hotels offer evening entertainment with steel bands.
Wander around the weekly market each Saturday and watch them fillet the fish.
Visit the Clarks Court Rum Distillery which is powered by steam and not far from the capital. Or visit the River Antoine and Dunfermline rum distilleries.
Take a tour of the island visiting Seven Sisters Falls and enjoy the views of St George from the viewpoint at Grand Etang. You can climb to the top of Mount Sinai which is at 2,306ft.
Visit Dougaldston Estate and see how the spices were dried. You can even take some home with you. For a more comprehensive tour and explanation of the drying process visit the Nutmeg Processing Centre in Gouyave.
Visit Helvellyn House with its pretty gardens and pottery in the grounds in the north of the island.
Levera National Park
Visit Levera National Park where you can see the leatherback turtles lay their eggs between April and June.
Grenada Chocolate Factory
Visit the Grenada Chocolate Factory at Hermitage which processes some of the world’s best chocolate.
On the east coast take a stroll around the 400 acre Belmont Estate and watch the cocoa beans being processed with a heritage museum and a buffet style lunch.
Grenville Saturday Market
The locals weave hats, place mats and other articles from palm fronds which can be seen in the Saturday market in Grenville on the east coast.
You can dive on shipwrecks such as the Italian cruise ship called Bianca C or a sunken sailboat called the Buccaneer. Other famous dive sites include: The Hole, Valley of Whales and Forests of Dean.