The country of Grenada can be found in the Caribbean. The Spice Isle is a hilly island and home to nutmeg plantations. You’ll discover rainbow-coloured houses in the Capital city of St. George, which is jam-packed with Georgian architecture. The country is famous for waterfalls, underwater art, beaches, and the hospitable nature of the locals.
Flights to Grenada with Admiral Jet
Flying private charter with Admiral Jet will give you hassle-free travel arrangements. You have two main airports in Grenada to choose from:
- Maurice Bishop International Airport, which is only a short 15-minute drive from the capital, the main airport is ideal for those wishing to see the bigger island.
- Lauriston Airport is a smaller and less crowded facility that helps you reach the more natural wonders the country offers faster. In addition, the newly renovated runway accommodates smaller aircraft for those seeking to spend quality time together.
Grand Étang National Park
At around 1,740ft (530m) above sea level, Grand Étang National Park encompasses a 30-acre crater lake high up in the centre of the main island. The flower-filled rainforest is perfect for hiking at all difficulty levels. In addition, you’ll find the visitors centre and museum an exciting place to learn more about the history and nature of the park.
Sherbet-white sands at Grand Anse
Close to the capital of St. George, you’ll fund the iconic Grand Anse Beach. The two-mile stretch of glowing white sand and glistening waters is ideal for relaxing in the Caribbean sun. You can wile away the hours in the shade of nearby coconut palms or choose a snorkelling adventure around Boss Reef.
Of course, would it be a beach holiday without water skiing, parasailing, scuba diving or windsurfing? You can do all of that here, plus take in some local culture and crafts at the Grand Anse Craft and Spice Market.
Concord Falls – the wildest natural ride
Head over to St. Johns, and you’ll find the most dazzling waterfall in Grenada – Concord Falls. Cascading down three separate shoots, the falls are located on the edge of the Grand Etang Forest Reserve. Take a plunge in the crystal-clear cooling waters and enjoy a natural shower as the water falls around you.
Seek out cultural landmarks at St. George’s
St. George is steeped in history, from the colonial routes still evident today (red rood tiles, telephone boxes, forts and playfully coloured buildings) to the longstanding horse-shoe harbour – there’s something here for everyone.
Head to a market and experience the heart of the community with farmers and spice vendors selling their wares. Or, for a slice of history, head to the National Museum to sample what life was like on the island 300 years ago. St. George combines historic and modern seamlessly; you’re sure to enjoy every minute you spend here.
Top Tips for Traveling To Grenada
Underwater Sculpture Park
The sculptures were constructed in 2006 and have become synonymous with peace, restfulness and giving you time to think.
Spice Tours & Tastings
What would a trip be to the Spice Isle without taking a tour of the plantations and tasting the wonderfully aromatic spices?
Suggested clothing and other items
Being in the tropics, it’s advised that you wear cooling cotton fabrics – however, some of the more upscale restaurants have a dress code of shirts, ties, and shoes for men.