It’s easy to get around Grenada by bus. It’s also a great experience and is highly recommended. Not only is it economical but it’s so much ‘greener’ than driving around the island in a car when there’s already a bus laid on. However, if you have a car hired already, then you may still prefer […]
Starting your married life with a honeymoon in Grenada has to be one of the most magical experiences. It’s almost certain that you’ll enter a timeless realm of romance but to really set the mood for love, you need to know about which places will help you to surrender to the smouldering spell of passion. […]
If you’re looking for the best bird watching spots in Grenada, then read what Grenada’s resident bird watching expert, Anthony ‘Jerry’ Jeremiah said to Liat Airline’s Zing magazine about where to go. In addition to being a dedicated wildlife conservation officer for the Forestry and National Parks Department here in Grenada, Jerry is also a […]
The Hash House Harriers started out as a way for Malaysian Rubber Planters to run off the excess of eating and drinking in Malaya in the late 1930’s. It has since proliferated and there are now over 15,000 HHH clubs around the world including several in the Caribbean.
Grenada Hiking Notes: From Sauteurs to Levera Beach (extract from Paul Crask’s Bradt Guide to Grenada)
Grenada is a wonderful location for hiking. Paul Crask has been kind enough to give us permission to reprint this hike from his guide to Grenada. Hike from Sauteurs to Levera (and onto Bathway Beach) (Duration: 3 hours there & back, Grade 1, guide: not required, site fee: none) Levera Beach can be accessed […]
Most people feel that the majority of opportunities for shopping in Grenada are located in the south of the island close or around the capital of St Georges. However, there are a variety of good buys in the towns and villages that should not be missed.
Fishing in Grenada can be as exciting as you want it to be. Either you can opt to go out with one of the local fishermen and see if you can catch some Snappers for supper or you can enjoy some serious sport fishing. We can arrange for you to go out on a boat […]
Gouyave – as you can imagine is named after it’s guava fruit trees. The French changed the name of the town from Charlotte Town (named after Britain’s Queen Charlotte) many years ago. The town is one of the biggest fishing towns in Grenada. It’s also known across the island as an entertainment town and is […]
Grenada is a particularly fortunate Caribbean island in that every year the leatherback turtles visit for nesting purposes. These huge marine reptiles, that weigh up to 2000lbs shuffle up the sandy beach and then work the sand tirelessly to build a suitable nest for the 120 or so eggs that they lay. They will then […]
Grenada beaches are known world over for being beautiful and picturesque beaches. Away from the busy southern coast, you can quite often not even see another soul on them and you really feel that you have reached paradise. In our series on Grenada beaches – we share with you why you might want to visit […]