Grenada is sometimes known as the Spice Island because cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mace and nutmeg are all important exports. This offers great opportunity for the luxury hotels to add flair and flavour to their many exquisite dishes.
A holiday in Grenada affords the visitor the chance to wander the French and English colonial capital, St George’s, is widely regarded as being one of the prettiest places in the Caribbean, with its steep streets, pastel coloured 19th century Creole houses and quaint, horseshoe-shaped harbour.
Grand Etang Lake in the National Park is also a great starting point for adventures and eco-tours on foot or mountain bike into Grenada’s mountainous interior of lush rainforests and waterfalls. The indented coastline with protected bays, secluded beaches and little-visited islands like Carriacou, can also be explored by boat. For the sporty, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, snorkelling are also generally on offer at many of the beach resorts and hotels.
Whatever you choose to do, a visit to Grenada will certainly add a little spice to your life.