Visitors go to ‘the Isle of Spice’ for the crystal clear blue water, white sand beaches, tropical rainforests, great food – and the people, with their simple, celebratory, colourful lifestyle and unmatched warmth.
What to do
Boats, catamarans and snorkelling tours are all available on the island. Don’t miss the mystery of 14 new sculptures recently unveiled at Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Park. They are in shallow water making it easy to be seen from above the surface by snorkelers. Hike to waterfalls in Grand Etang National Park. Visit a spice plantation. Take the Grenada Discovery Steam Train and tour the town of St. George.
How to dine
The island has attracted renowned chefs. Taste the local foods as you dine in upscale dining rooms, intimate restaurants, outdoor cafes, roadside barbeques, or from the privacy of your hotel balcony or from your cottage verandah.
How to get there
Air Canada Vacations, from mid-December to April, has a non-stop flight from Toronto (Saturday departure with connections from 65 Canadian gateways). Year-round daily flights to Barbados connects to Grenada flights.