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Get to know the island: What Grenada Is Best Known For

Essential information: When to visit | Flights | Other essential info

FAQs: Your most frequently asked questions

Useful links & downloads: Grenada Fact Sheet | Imagery

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What Grenada Is Best Known For

Grenada (pronounced Gre-Nay-Dah) is a captivating eco-tourism paradise nestled in the heart of the Caribbean, where the allure of nature meets the thrill of adventure. Every moment promises pure adventure, natural splendour, rich heritage and culinary delights. Discover everything Grenada has to offer via the Pure Grenada tourist board website.

Beachfront at Coyaba Grand Anse Beach - Pure Grenada

Grand Anse Beach

Grand Anse Beach, nestled along the southwestern coast of Grenada, is a picturesque stretch of soft white sand fringed by swaying palm trees and turquoise waters. Renowned as one of the Caribbean’s most stunning beaches, Grand Anse captivates visitors with its serene ambiance and breathtaking vistas. With an array of charming beachfront resorts, bars, and restaurants dotting its coastline, visitors can indulge in the vibrant local culture and savour delicious Grenadian cuisine.

Underwater Sculpture Park - Pure Grenada

Underwater Wonders

With excellent visibility and warm temperatures year-round, Grenada’s underwater wonders offer a mesmerising realm of vibrant coral reefs, teeming with an abundance of marine life. Dive enthusiasts flock to explore its crystal-clear waters, where colourful coral gardens provide a haven for tropical fish, rays, and even the occasional sea turtle. Shipwrecks like the Bianca C and the Underwater Sculpture Park offer intriguing exploration opportunities for divers of all levels.

Cocoa - Pure Grenada

Chocolate & Spices

Grenada’s chocolate and spices hold a distinct place in the island’s culinary heritage, renowned for their exceptional quality and rich flavours. The island’s fertile soil and tropical climate nurture an array of spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves, earning Grenada the title of “Spice Isle.” Additionally, Grenadian cocoa beans are prized globally for their unique taste profile, leading to the production of exquisite chocolate.

Annandale Falls - Pure Grenada/Dietmar Denger

Lush Landscapes

Grenada’s natural wonders include picturesque waterfalls like Annandale and Concord Falls, set amidst lush rainforests. Botanical gardens and spice estates offer vibrant displays of tropical flora, while Grand Etang Lake, nestled within a volcanic crater, provides a serene backdrop for nature walks and birdwatching. These attractions epitomise Grenada’s diverse landscapes, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in the island’s lush beauty and rich biodiversity.

Essential Information – Know Before You Go!

On the beach - Pure Grenada

Visiting Grenada Throughout the Year…

Visiting Grenada throughout the year offers diverse experiences amidst its tropical climate. From January to May, the dry season boasts temperatures averaging 24°C to 30°C, ideal for exploring the island’s natural wonders. Dive into vibrant coral reefs or hike through lush rainforests to uncover hidden waterfalls. Don’t miss events like Grenada Sailing Week in January and the Grenada Chocolate Fest in May. In June to December, occasional showers refresh the landscape, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 31°C. Embrace the island’s cultural richness with events like Spicemas Carnival in August and Fish Friday in Gouyave every week.

Black Bay Beach - Pure Grenada


The average flight time from London to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport is 10 hours and 40 minutes, with a short stop over on the way.

Fly from London Gatwick on a Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday with British Airways.

Fly from London Heathrow on a Tuesday, Friday or Saturday with Virgin Atlantic. * No Friday departures between 2nd April-26th October 2024

Fact: The abandoned Pearls Airport runway (pictured) remains as a historical relic, often visited by tourists intrigued by Grenada’s past.

Jeep tour - Pure Grenada

Other Essential Information

  • Entry requirements: British and Irish citizens don’t need to obtain a visa for stays of up to 3 months
  • Time Zone: GMT-4 in UK Winter. GMT-5 in UK Summer time
  • Currency: Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$ or XCD). The US dollar is also widely accepted
  • Language: English
  • Tipping: A 10% tip is generally expected in US$
  • Car hire: Rates range from approximately US$50 to US$75 per day. In the high season from July to August, rentals must be secured for a minimum of at least three days. Most rental car agencies require drivers to be 25 years and over. Before visitors get behind the wheel, they must first secure a Grenadian driving permit, which can be obtained by providing a valid driver’s license at the police station. The Central Police Station is located on The Carenage in the capital city of St. George’s. A fee of EC$60 is required. Some rental companies provide drivers with a local permit as part of their service

Lobster dinner - Pure Grenada/True Blue Bay Boutique Resort

FAQs: Your Most Frequently Asked Questions

What are some of the best restaurants to eat at?

Grenada offers Caribbean food at its best. As the ‘Spice of the Caribbean’ Grenada is known for its cuisine – spices, chocolates, and rum. In fact, Grenada is the very first Accredited Culinary Capital by the world Food Travel Association. Recommended places to eat include Grenadian Grill, Belmont Estate Restaurant and Aquarium Restaurant. For a full list, check out Pure Grenada’s culinary experiences page.

What are some of the great bars to visit while on the island?

Esther’s, Fridays, Umbrellas, 61 Degrees and La Ply Wood come highly recommended.

What events are happening on island?

There’s a number of annual events happening in Grenada that celebrate the island’s vibrant culture and traditions:

  • Spicemas Carnival: Held in August, this carnival features vibrant parades, calypso music competitions, and elaborate costumes, culminating in the electrifying J’ouvert morning festivities
  • Grenada Chocolate Fest: This event, usually held in May, celebrates Grenada’s cocoa industry with chocolate tastings, workshops, and farm tours
  • Grenada Sailing Week: Held in January, this sailing regatta attracts participants from around the world to compete in various races amid Grenada’s stunning coastal scenery
  • Grenada Reggae Festival: Taking place in April, this multi-day music festival showcases local and international artists performing a diverse range of musical genres
  • Carriacou Maroon & String Band Music Festival: Held annually in April, this festival on the neighbouring island of Carriacou celebrates traditional Maroon culture with music, dance, and cultural displays
  • Fish Friday: Every Friday evening in the fishing village of Gouyave, locals and visitors alike gather to enjoy fresh seafood, music, and cultural performances

For a full list of events, check out Pure Grenada’s events page.

When is the best time to dive with Turtles?

Grenada’s turtle nesting season, occurring between April and June, offers a captivating opportunity to witness the remarkable spectacle of endangered sea turtles returning to the island’s shores to lay their eggs. Find out more courtesy of Ocean Spirits Inc.

How long does it take to drive around the island?

It takes around 6-7 hours to drive around Grenada.

How do get to the sister Island of Carricou from Grenada?

From Grenada, the journey to Carriacou is a short twenty minute ride by air or two hours by sea. Full details can be found via Pure Grenada’s visiting Carricou page.

Useful Links & Downloads

Exploring the island - Pure Grenada/Orlando K. Romain

Grenada Fact Sheet

Access the Grenada fact sheet Here.

Welcome Rock view - Pure Grenada


Find a selection of Grenada images here.

Training & Key Contacts

Beach swing - Pure Grenada

Training Requests

Would you and your team like training on Grenada? Please email either Black Diamond or Pure Grenada with your request and and one of the trade team will be in touch to understand the requirements and arrange a time.

Bar at Bathway - Pure Grenada

Key Contacts

Emil Edwards – UK Sales Manager | Nicola Swabey – Account Manager

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