Grenada Vacation Guide
Grenada is one of those dream destinations that are only described in Elizabethan Era storybooks and fantastical pirate tales of the high seas. The truth is Grenada and the surrounding islands are open year round to holidays and vacation adventure-seekers for tropical excursions unmatched in the West Indies.
The entire chain of the Lesser Antilles offers unique and nearly untamed opportunities to experience the South Atlantic seas and Caribbean like no other destination. Blue upon blue ocean waters and white sand beaches await all travelers with Grenada vacation packages retracing the paths of early explorers searching for the riches of the Americas.
Grenada vacations all-inclusive adventures are only the beginning of a West Indies holiday that is unforgettable and delightfully enhanced with Creole charm. From Grenada, vacation seekers have an easy ocean path to the other Grenadines including Carriacou and Petite Martinique. These islands are the world’s foremost exporters of spices like nutmeg and mace and cinnamon. It is also a major world supplier of exotic chocolate. The people here make a living from spice, and they centre their culture on it as well. There is nothing dull about a Grenada vacation, so bring a desire to party “island style."
The history of Grenada is tumultuous, but the modern Commonwealth nation has established itself as one of the friendliest destinations in the Caribbean. It has been a French and British trade territory, as well as, a sought after territory by modern Communist and Capitalist powers. Since its declared independence in 1983, the island nation has made extraordinary cultural improvements and created abundant opportunities for Grenada vacations. Savvy trekkers often choose Grenada over destinations like Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago because the population is so genuine and the culture so inviting. The hotels, marinas and resorts are also ranked amongst the best in the world.
A Grenada all-inclusive package means enjoying activities like sailing, scuba diving, and warm water fishing. The cuisine is a combination of Native Islander, African and European tastes. Historically, Grenada was a respite for early tradesman and sailors, so vacationers could also have the opportunity to enjoy a guided treasure hunting expedition.
Whether it’s high seas adventure, historic exploration, or just a bit of “fun in the equatorial sun," Grenada is a shining Gem in a treasured area of the South Seas.