The Best Things to Do in Grenada
If you are looking for a true hidden gem to discover in the Caribbean Sea, look no further than the island nation of Grenada in the Windward Islands. Located in the West Indies, Grenada is known as the "Island of Spices" of the Caribbean and continues to be an agricultural destination where visitors can witness first-hand (and participate in the process) nutmeg, cocoa, and rum. But Granada is more than that:
Read on for the best activities to experience Granada's rich culture and stunning nature!
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1. Sail aboard a traditional Caribbean schooner
The name of the Carriacou ship derives from the island of Carriacou, which, together with Petite Martinique, forms the three-island state of Grenada. Grenada is now the shipbuilding capital of the Caribbean, and ships are sold for some cash in places like St. Barth's. Sail aboard the Jambalaya, a traditional wooden schooner, and enjoy an afternoon of snorkeling or rum punch as you watch the sunset over the Caribbean Sea.
2. Soak up the sun on Grand Anse Beach
Grand Anse Beach is one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, with 2 miles of white sand nestled under the slopes of Spice Island Beach Resort and Mount Cinnamon Resort. We recommend dining at the top and making a reservation at Savvy Restaurant to listen to a steel drum band while admiring the banks of Mount Cinnamon's Grand Anse. This famous beach is the most popular in Granada for its gentle waves, a wide stretch of sand, and extensive activities, including a variety of water sports, restaurants, beach bars, and excellent hotels.
3. Immerse yourself in the world's first underwater sculpture park
Among the more than 30 dive sites in Granada's waters, there are a variety of reefs and shipwrecks, the latter both accidental and man-made. British artist Jason de Caires Taylor's underwater sculpture park chronicles many aspects of the island's history. Although he continued to build underwater parks around the world, this is still the first of its kind.
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