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Grenada Vacations & Travel

Grenada Vacations & Honeymoons

Known as the Spice Isle, Grenada is home to several fragrant nutmeg plantations. Georgian-style architecture, colorful houses, and the impressive Fort George pepper the capital city of St. George.

As if the natural wonders of the island weren’t enough cause for celebration, the islands also enjoy a festive “Spicemas” in August and sailing regattas and festivals throughout the year, attracting an international crowd of sailors, onlookers, and their first mates.

Region: Caribbean

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Sandals Grenada Resort & Spa

Sandals Grenada Resort & Spa

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Less than 350 square miles, the Western Hemisphere’s second-smallest nation, Grenada, is big on beauty. Grenada Island shares its bounty with two sister isles, Carriacou and Petit Martinique, which make up this stunning three-island nation. Most of the population resides on the island of Grenada.

Lots of couples say, “I do,” and “I still do,” in Grenada. With sublime settings for weddings and honeymoons by the sea, this little nation is the perfect destination for romance and adventure.

From diving and snorkeling amid sculpted underwater landscapes to rejuvenating trips to luxurious hillside spas overlooking shimmering seas, Grenada has a little something for everyone under the sun.


What To Do

Dive beneath azure seas to the planet’s first underwater sculpture park. Explore the myriad reefs and shipwrecks surrounding Grenada and Carriacou.

Fall in love with the island and with each other beneath one of Grenada’s romantic waterfalls, such as Concord, Mount Carmel, Seven Sisters Waterfalls, and Annandale Falls near the capital city of St. Georges.

Tube down a river or kayak along the sparkling waters of the south coast. Discover flyboarding as you hover above the waves on Grand Anse Beach.

Tour the island’s historic forts, such as Fort Frederick on Richmond Hill with panoramic views of St. George. Learn about the area’s rich history at the Grenada National Museum, and enjoy live music and dancing every second Friday of the month.

Hike rugged mountains, and get an authentic taste of Grenada at the River Antoine Rum Distillery, the oldest running water-propelled distillery in the Caribbean.