Grenada and sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique sit between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, just to the north of Trinidad and Tobago.
Known as the “spice island”, due to the abundance of spices including nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric and lemongrass that grow in abundance, Grenada is renowned for its year-round average daily temperature of 25°C and its location outside of the ‘hurricane belt’.
With an impressive Camper & Nicholson superyacht marina overlooking the picturesque capital St George’s, Grenada offers verdant rainforests peppered with waterfalls and hot springs, uncrowded white-sand beaches, and a vibrant culture.
The island also plays host to celebrated yachting events, including Grenada Sailing Week at the end of January, where yachting aficionados can enjoy six days of thrilling sailing or simply relax and make the most of the famous Grenadian hospitality.
Be sure to sail over to nearby Carriacou and Petite Martinique, where visitors can enjoy an an even more laconic pace of life, being tropical island escapes where the sea breeze carries away any worries.
Sport enthusiasts can talk cricket to their hearts’ content, and perhaps even join locals in a match on the beach, while those seeking the highest calibre cuisine can savour the notable culinary scene, studded with Caribbean and global award-winning restaurants. A warm welcome awaits in ‘the Spice of the Caribbean’.
It is impossible to soak in the very best of island living without enjoying an authentic Caribbean rum punch with a heavenly beachfront view. Although it is a sleepy and relaxed island, there is no shortage of quaint beach bars to frequent and indeed Grenada boasts some of the best nightlife in the Caribbean. Be sure to hit up Laluna, a luxury boutique resort on Morne Rouge Beach, for a delicious cocktail in an even more sumptuous setting.