Grenada is a cluster of small and big islands, around 45 to be exact, which charms tourists with its natural allure. The three big defining islands of this cluster are Carriacou, Petite Martinique and Grenada. Its dense forests and lush green cover is characterized by rainforest vegetation. This constellation of dew-fresh islands in sparking ocean water is also known as ‘Spice Isle’. This is because it is home to several indigenous spices like cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, cocoa and ginger that exude strong aroma and appetizing hue.Best Attractions to Visit in Grenada
Top Daytrips around Grenada
- Pink Gin Beach is famous for its powdery white sand and crystal-blue water. Ideal for snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing; it maintains a comfortable isolation from the urban jungle while consciously surrounding itself with few restaurants and resorts.
- Lake Antoine is essentially a shallow lake within an extinct volcano that hosts different species of fauna within its nourishing ecosystem. It is a popular tourism destination where one can enjoy a casual stroll by the lakeside and bird watching.
- The Rum Distillery situated alongside River Antoine offers private tours that exhibit the various steps involved in rum production, right from crushing of the canes till distillation. You can also sample and buy rum bottles from here at cut prices from its commercial outlet.
- Carriacou museum consist of ancient antiquities and artifacts that belongs to the colonial era, African heritage and various other significant chapters of Grenada’s history.