Authentic Grenada Holidays


The scented Spice Island of Grenada – and its sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique – has more spices per square mile than any other country in the world.  Grenada bursts with an authentic charm with its fields of spices and cocoa plantations, white sand beaches, parks and natural wildlife sanctuaries and well-preserved historic landmarks. Grenada boasts the world’s first underwater sculpture park, hiking trails suitable for all ages and a year-round calendar of events.

On sister-islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique, life revolves around the sea.  These islands feature beautiful coral reefs and are excellent for Caribbean snorkeling. Boat building and fishing are the main activities, which are fascinating to hear about and see.  Grenada is an intoxicating destination for nature, culture and active holidays.

Authentic Grenada Holidays

Authentic Grenada Holidays are to relax in nature, to explore the fertile spice and cocoa fields, to embrace the island’s culture and to meet its people.  From river-tubing and bird-watching, to visiting the local market, dining with a Grenadian family and participating in the annual chocolate festival, the three-islands offers diverse experiences for an authentic Grenada holiday.

Enjoy Grenada


Rum Tour

Step back in time as we visit the oldest functioning water distillery in the Caribbean.  This itinerary includes private tours of two distilleries, visits to cocoa plantations and a mixology Masterclass with our Rum expert. Read more ..


Garden Holiday

With another Gold Medal won at the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Grenada continues to showcase its natural beauty.  Our itinerary includes visits to private gardens, which supply the show and refreshments with the owners. Read more ..


Grenada Events

The ‘spice isle’ has a year-round calendar bursting with cultural events including the annual Chocolate Festival and the Pure Grenada Music Festival. Read more ..

Useful Information on Grenada


GMT: -4 Hours

Capital: St. George’s

Currency: East Caribbean dollars, but US dollars are accepted everywhere

Getting to Grenada

Getting there: Weekly from London Gatwick on British Airways and Virgin Atlantic