‘The Isle of Spice’ nickname comes from Grenada’s extensive history of spice farming, including nutmeg and mace, which has been integral to the country’s economy for hundreds of years. Spending the day on a working plantation, like that of Belmont Estate, is a beautiful alternative to time on the beaches, although the latter is quite tempting!

Along with the smaller islands that dot the shores, this picturesque archipelago remains one of the Caribbean’s popular but lesser known countries. Explore the capital city of St. George’s, enjoy succulent cuisine in Gouyave, hike through rainforests, waterfalls and mountains, relax on Grand Anse Bay, meander around rural Sauteurs and delve into traditional Grenadian life in Hillsborough on the island of Carriacou.

Grenada Holidays