Grenada is an island country consisting of Grenada itself and 6 smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines in the southeastern Caribbean Sea.
Grenada is known as the "Island of Spice" because of the production of nutmeg and mace crops. Grenada’s capital is St. George's.
Grenada offers everything you need for your dream honeymoon, from beach and rainforest to rich culture. With its cluster of gorgeous, soft-sand beaches and a mountainous and luscious rainforest, it is no wonder newlyweds choose Grenada as their honeymoon destination. Grenada is one of the most gorgeous Caribbean islands and makes for the perfect honeymoon destination.
Home to 33 species of coral, the island of Grenada is famed for its coral reefs and lagoons and even has an underwater sculpture park.
Here are a few things to do and some places to visit in Grenada:
Island Hopping: Visit the island of Carriacou which is only a 90-minute ferry ride away.
Visit the Waterfalls: Grenada has plenty of beautiful waterfalls, The Royal Mount Carmel Waterfalls is the most forceful, and Concord Falls have pools that are ideal for swimming. Annandale Falls is easily accessed. There is also the Seven Sisters, seven falls just outside the Grand Etang forest.
Dining: Grenadian cooking is a mix of African, Asian and European. Famous and well known places to eat are the Red Crab, Belair Plantation and the Aquarium, also La Luna or La Boulangerie in Grand Anse. As for the food, make sure you try the stewed lambie (conch) at Coconut Beach and oildown (breadfruit stew) from roadside eateries.
Scuba Diving: Home to 33 species of coral, the island of Grenada is famed for its coral reefs and lagoons and even has an underwater sculpture park which is perfect for avid scuba divers to take their hobby to the next level.
The Underwater Museum: For couples who enjoy scuba diving, there’s no better attraction to visit in Grenada than the Underwater Sculpture Park in the Molinere Beauséjour Marine Area – it’s most definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Cruise Around: Explore a variety of Caribbean islands during your trip to Grenada by boarding a cruise trip.
The Beaches: One thing that’s guaranteed when it comes to a honeymoon in Grenada, it’s the silky, sandy beaches.
Hiking: At the island's center, you'll find the Grand Etang National Park, which is filled with verdant rainforests surrounding a crater lake.
Island-hop: Take a 90-minute ferry ride to the nearby island of Carriacou, where you can do more basking on the beach, relax or spy exotic flora and fauna at the local botanical garden.
Grenada National Museum: A museum in St. George’s with exhibits related to history, nature, and ethnography of the island.
Laura’s Herb & Spice Garden: A beautiful herb garden with guided tours and tastings.