What to do
Aside from diving and the usual beach and water sports activities, Grenada offers a massive variety of recreation.

The town of St. George's has a bustling harbour front with inviting local shops and restaurants. Hike the trails of the Grand Etang Forest Reserve or visit Annadale, Concord, Mt. Carmel or Seven Sisters Waterfalls.

Tour the museums, nutmeg factories or working rum distilleries or hire a four-wheel jeep and discover this spectacular island at your own pace. Once you leave the south-western part of Grenada, there is hardly any traffic.

Hike or take a scenic drive up to Fort Frederic where the sunset is unsurpassed and one of the best in the Caribbean.

Apart from Grande Anse, two of the most beautiful beaches are without a doubt "Petit Bacaye" and "La Sagesse" on the south coast on the way to St. David.

For those out and about in car, go and have lunch in one of the Plantation Houses (Helvellyn or Morne Fendue) in the north of the island near Sauteur, which offer good local food in a spectacular setting with fantastic views.

When exploring the island there are a couple of things you should know before heading off: the roads are often in bad condition, signs are either non existent or badly positioned and therefore easy to miss, and you have to watch out for the fierce sleeping policemen! There are not many roads on the island, but should you really get lost, the Grenadians are more than happy to help!

Time: GMT -4 hours
Language: English
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Weather: Saint George's

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