Ships dock at the Melville Street Cruise Terminal in the capital of St. George’s.
The island of Grenada is 1 of 3 islands that comprise the nation of Grenada. The other 2 are Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
Guaranteed stores selling jewelry, gemstones, island gifts, and signature island spices are within easy walking distance from the cruise terminal.
Dougaldston Spice Estate
One of the oldest spice estates still in operation, it is a processing center for spices like nutmeg, mace, cinnamon, and pimento.
Gouyave Nutmeg Processing Station
This station currently produces one-third of the world’s nutmeg supply and is a fragrant, fascinating place to tour.
Grand Anse Beach
The most popular beach, near the picturesque capital, is a 2-mile stretch with water sports, restaurants, and a vendor’s market.
Grand Etang Lake
The crater of an extinct volcano, this 30-plus-acre lake is in the central mountain range at an elevation of about 1,740 feet.
The best of Grenada’s 45 beaches can be found on the island’s southwestern coast, about a 10-minute drive from St. George’s. The water taxis at ...
Grenada is one of the most verdant islands in the Caribbean region, thanks to a gentle climate and volcanic soil. The government is dedicated to prese...
Discover how nutmeg, Grenada’s most versatile spice, is used in a variety of products, from syrup to massage oil. Visit the 18th-century River Antoine Rum Distillery to discover some of the world’s strongest rum with 75-percent alcohol. Encounter Mona monkeys at Grand Etang National Park and take a scenic stroll through the lush gardens at Annandale Falls.