Grenada is blessed with abundant, golden sunshine the whole year round, kissing the turquoise seas and painting the most beautiful horizon. The Flamboyant Hotel & Villas is one of the best places to take in all the beauty of the Caribbean. It’s found only three miles from the Point Salines Airport and four miles from… Continue reading Flamboyant Hotel and Villas Grenada
From time to time I get verify specific questions about Grenada’s Weather. These questions come mainly from folks worried about their vacation getting ruined by too much rain. Here are 5 questions I’m frequently asked about the weather in Grenada, and the answers I typically provide. 1. Which months have the best temperatures? Where daylight… Continue reading Quick Q&A on Grenada Weather – The 5 Things You Must Know
Okay, let’s settle this source of confusion once and for all: ****************** Grenada is NOT Granada. Got it? Hope you did. ****************** Here are 4 differences between Grenada and Granada: 1st Difference… The Location Grenada is a island nation located in the Caribbean. To learn more about that check out “Where is Grenada on the… Continue reading Grenada is NOT Granada
So you really want to know Where is Grenada? That is a question I took for granted too long and it’s time to answer. The island of Grenada is part of the tri-island state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique located in the southeastern Caribbean. As you can see on the map below: The Grenada… Continue reading Where is Grenada (the island) On The Map?
This is Part 3 of Christmas in Paradise by Oliver (Winchester, UK). If you have not read Part 1 or Part 2 of Oliver’s Christmas in Grenada you should do so first before continuing. Culinarily speaking, our greatest triumph was the cooking of seven (yes, seven) lobsters, which we collected direct from the boat in… Continue reading Christmas in Paradise Part 3
It’s time for another round of Grenada links. Here’s what other bloggers and major websites are saying about Grenada: The San Diego Union Tribune says Grenada a getaway to rival Caribbean’s best Cooking Grenadian Style – Dave a Brigit discover Grenadian spices, and blogs about their adventures in Grenada while attending St. George’s University in… Continue reading Grenada Link Round Up, April 9th 2009
These Pictures of Grenada’ West Coast were taken aboard the Osprey Ferry traveling between Grenada and Carriacou. Enjoy!! Next » View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at Picasa View at… Continue reading Grenada’s West Coast in Pictures
Here’s this weeks link round up – what others are saying about Grenada around the web: Air Jamaica Boost Summer Schedule to Grenada. If flying through New York is an option for your summer travels to Grenada, then you will welcome this news From minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit in Minneapolis to 80 degrees in Grenada.… Continue reading Grenada Link Round Up – March 26th 2009
The Lagoon in St. George’s is newly revitalized, and it looks good. The area is also an emerging hot spot, with new additions such as Sea Port Restaurant, Lazy Lagoon, and Deja Vu, complementing the more established places like Tropicana Restaurant and Port Louis Victory Bar. Here are some pictures of the Lagoon and surrounding… Continue reading Pictures of The Lagoon, St. George’s Grenada
Here is a short video of the Carenage in St. George’s Grenada’s capital. The lack of steadiness is not a direct result of too many Carib Beers, we were actually on small speed boat.
This weekend you should go to the market. Visit the St. George’s Market in Grenada on a Saturday morning, to get the freshest, and widest selection of fruits, vegetables, and spices. Farmers and vendors island wide come to St. Georges Market Square to sell their produce. Friendly chatter, and back and forth haggling, fill the… Continue reading St. George’s Market Scene Pictures
Here are some pictures of St. George’s, the capital of Grenada. Although it has retained some of its beauty, the town of St. George has lost a lot of its distinctive character. For example, the red titled roofs of the buildings are no more. The ruins of the Catholic, Anglican, and Presbyterian churches tells a… Continue reading Pictures of St. George’s, The Capital of Grenada
by Derrick Huggins (Nevis, West Indies) Friends And A Cold Carib In Grenada: The Perfect Vacation I had the pleasure of traveling to Grenada, for the first time, in July of 2008. My fiancee is from Grenada and I wanted, not only to go on a little vacation, but mainly, to meet her family. I… Continue reading Grenada A Vacation To Die For
Grenada has one of the loveliest towns in the Caribbean and no part of St. George’s is more scenic than The Carenage, and it’s surrounding. The Carenage is home to several major Grenada businesses, great restaurants, yachts, fishing vessels, water taxis, etc. It is a mix of bustling commerce, and private life. This is not… Continue reading 5 Fun Things to do on The Carenage… plus Pictures
Grenada Money and Grenada Currency Conversion Grenada’s Currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (code = XCD). In fact the Eastern Caribbean (EC) Dollar is not only Grenada’s Currency, it is also the currency of Anguilla, Dominica, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Antigua, Montserrat and St. Kitts & Nevis. The XCD is pegged to the US dollar… Continue reading Grenada Currency