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The Loving Caribbean Spice- Grenada.

Grenada- the spice island is a place where the untouched beauty of nature embraces people with an authentic and simple way of life. The place offers a pure lifestyle with its enchanting islands, white sand beaches, splendid corals and amazing landscapes still undiscovered.  You can experience the Grenada Boat Charter in the stunningly blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. The island nation of Grenada, three small islands that join together to create a tropical vacation destination. Furthermore, the locals are laid back and friendly, the beaches are breathtaking, and the natural attractions are like nowhere else.

Grenada Boat charter and Grand Anse Beach, Grenada

Grand Anse Beach, Grenada

Things to Know Before Your Grenada Boat Charter.

Grenada’s Geo.

Grenada is located northwest of Trinidad and Tobago, northeast of Venezuela, and southwest of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Two things are famous in Grenada:  spices and beaches.

Three islands form the nation: Grenada, Carriacou, and Petit Martinique, and in total encompass 133 square miles of land. Volcanic in origin, Grenada has a mountainous interior. The tallest point on the island is Mount Saint Catherine, which reaches 2,757 feet above sea level. Surrounding the island are miles of beaches, with both black and white sand. The natural settings entice vacationers to the shores. Also, several small rivers with beautiful waterfalls flow into the sea from these mountains.

Tropical Climate.

The climate is tropical: hot and humid in the rainy season and cooled by the trade winds in the dry season. Besides, Grenada’s rainy season lasts from June to December, and those visiting the islands during these months should arrive with preparations. Grenada, being on the southern edge of the hurricane belt, has suffered only three hurricanes in fifty years.

Hillsborough, Carriacou on a Grenada boat charter

Hillsborough, Carriacou

Island of Spice.

The island’s soil is extremely fertile. Grenada is the “Island of Spice”.  The place produces plenty of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. In fact Grenada grows more spices per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Further, the island is also pioneer in the cultivation of organic cocoa and Grenada Chocolate Company processes them into finished bars.

Culinary Style.

The culinary style of Grenada is very uniquely Caribbean. Because the land is so fertile, much of the food prepared Grenada resorts use the finest fresh ingredients. Soups and stews start the meal, either vegetarian or with meats such as conch and oxtail. Grenada’s national dish is Oildown, and consists of root vegetables, dasheen, dumplings, breadfruit, and salted meat boiled in coconut milk. In addition, seafood, curried meats, and tropical fruit are also popular at mealtimes. Wash down your meal with a cocktail made from locally distilled rums & fruit punch.

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The three islands of Grenada offer different experiences for travelers. Tourism is typically centered on Grenada, the largest island, and even more concentrated in the city of St. George’s. This is where the airport, numerous resorts, and large shopping centers are located, not to mention what is considered one of the most picturesque harbors in the West Indies.

Grenada has many idyllic beaches around its coastline including the 3 km long Grand Anse Beach in St George. This is one of the finest beaches in the world and often appears in countdowns of the world’s top ten beaches. Besides, many resorts in Grenada have lovely private beaches as well. St. George’s, which is Grenada’s capital city, is actually situated in the crater of a long extinct volcano.


Carriacou is the largest of the three islands, though it isn’t as widely visited as Grenada. Also, natural and historical attractions of Carriacou range from the beaches that circle the island to the numerous national parks. Also the  underwater sites such as “Kick-em Jenny”, an active volcano just off the coast is worthseeing. White Island Marine Park and Sandy Island Marine Park are underwater habitats, while land dwellers will feel more at home Belair National Park and High North Peak. Furthermore, several historical sites are also worth visiting, including Gun Point and the Carriacou Museum.

Petite Martinique

Petite Martinique has less than one thousand permanent residents, and is very rarely visited by tourists. Those who do venture to the island do so to experience absolute privacy and solitude as they explore the island and lay on the beaches. You should not miss it during your Grenada Boast Charter.

Top 10 Things to Do in Grenada Boat Charter at a Glance.

  • Island tour.
  • Grand Etang Lake
  • Belmont Estate and Grenada Chocolate Factory
  • Fort George, Frederick, Matthew
  • Hog Island –BBQ
  • Grenada Hash House Harriers
  • Gouyave Fishing
  • St George’s Market
  • La Sagesse Nature Centre
  • Hiking in Grenada
St Georges, Grenada

St Georges, Grenada

Visiting Grenada during Carnival

If you plan your Grenada Boat Charter during the second month of August, then you are in for a special treat. This is the time for the annual “Carnival” celebration, and during this time there is an extra bit of joyfulness in the air wherever you go. Carnival events include live music, parades, street parties, pageants, and features lots of food and drink.  Also, many of the resorts in Grenada partake in these festivities.

The islands of Grenada allow every type of traveler to experience the vacation of their dreams. For seclusion and privacy, visit Petite Martinique; for a livelier atmosphere and plenty of attractions, check out the main island of Grenada; and for something in between, there is Cariacaou. Search our many resort options in Grenada to find your little place in paradise


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