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White sand beaches, mountains, crater lakes and rainforests make Grenada a popular destination for both adventure and relaxation. Grenada is known as the “Spice Island” because it is one of the world’s largest producers of nutmeg. Savor the aromas of spices grown here, including mace, cinnamon and ginger.
An excellent way to discover Grenada’s scenic beauty is by taking some of the island’s many walking trails. Hike through the forest-covered Grand Etang National Park, home to volcanic peaks, a crater lake and the Seven Sisters Waterfall. Picnic by a natural water pool and go tubing along the Balthazar River.
Grenada’s beaches are among its most popular attractions. Rent a car and drive around the island to your favorite spots. For seclusion, head to the black sands of Black Bay Beach on the west coast or the white-sand Lance Aux Epines Beach at the southern tip.
Grand Anse Beach on the western side of the island is a good place for watersports. Most of Grenada's dive sites are within a 10-minute boat ride of this beach. Book a dive or snorkeling trip to explore coral reefs and shipwrecks. See scorpion fish, moray eels, seahorses and octopi. Dive or snorkel to the Underwater Sculpture Park to see dozens of lifelike and life-size statues of people on the seafloor, including a circle of children holding hands.
When you arrive in St George’s, the capital city, stroll along the waterfront Esplanade. Visit its two old defensive structures, Fort George and Fort Frederick. Don’t miss the Saturday morning market at Market Square, where you can buy spices from all over the island.
Elsewhere on Grenada, take a trip north and tour the Belmont Estate. This is a working cocoa plantation that dates back to the 17th century. See where cocoa is harvested and processed, watch how chocolate is made and then taste the delicious end results.
For a day out, take a short ferry trip from Grenada to the nearby sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
It was a good 3 night stay. The hotel is clean and the staff were courteous. The food and drinks may need some improvement.
Excellent location ( easy access to the beach). Walking distance to many restaurants. Clean and quiet. The grounds are great for lounging around. I accidentally left some clothing behind and I called and they are holding it for my daughter ( who is there for school) and she can pick it up for me. ...
Spice Island was AMAZING. We wanted a nice resort with an all-inclusive option. We booked on Expedia and the next day we were called by Spice Island asking if we had any food allergies and if we wanted a complementary upgrade to our room. What a nice personal touch that phone call was. From the time ...
Very near to Beach, Good Hotel, Okay Rooms, Should add more cable tv Chanels, very few options in tv Chanels
We stayed at this beautiful hotel for 5 days celebrating our anniversary. We have experienced a lot of difffent hotels and major resorts but we always appreciate when we can find a gem. My Absolute favorite part of MC is the views!!!! The hotel sits set back in the hills and the views from the suites ...
The beach and water is as good as it gets. It’s located in a deep cove which offers protection from rough waves. Not that it needed it because while I was here in early September, all was calm.
Our 1st time at a Sandals resort it was an overall wonderful experience. The staff was attentive and friendly. The food needs improvement, meaning we travel to experience Caribbean/local foods, there were too many America food options. Same "Americanized" issue with the music, we came to the islands/Caribbean ...