Flights to Grenada
Grenada is a heavenly island retreat filled with spices, tropical flowers and exotic fruit. Naturally, there are the glorious sandy beaches, including Grand Anse and Levera Bay, where you’ll also find top surfing. But take one of our flights to Grenada and you’ll see the Spice Island also offers plenty to tempt you from your lounger.
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If you want more action, take a hike through dramatic volcanic scenery in Grand Etang National Park. Or you can get up close and personal with turtles, snorkelling in the island’s crystal clear waters. One thing's for sure: you won't want to return to your day job in a hurry.
Welcome to Grenada
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See some wrecks
Leave the beach behind and take a wooden schooner to stunning Carriacou, then take a dive to Bianca C, the largest wreck in the region. It's a must in the wreck-diving capital of the Caribbean, where there are 22 to discover.
If wrecks aren't your thing, set sail on a sunset cruise. Or discover the great wild swimming and waterfall bathing in Grenada. For an extra twist, the island’s LaSource resort offers a unique scuba-yoga and meditation course.
Have a rum old time
Take a hike
Explore the lush rainforests en route to one of Grenada’s stunning waterfalls. For a gentle stroll, head to Annadelle Falls. Or if it’s a challenge you’re after, try Concord Falls. Get more Grenada tips on our blog.
Try a memorable night-time trip for all the family and watch turtles climbing up the beach to lay their eggs. Organised conservational tours to see this breathtaking sight take place between March and July.
Weather and local info
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Before you set off, take a look at our guide to Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport.
The cheapest way of travelling around the island is the public minibus. Taxis are also available from the airport and hotels. All taxis, minibuses and vehicles for hire can be identified by the registration number beginning with H.
The currency in Grenada is the East Caribbean Dollar. The US Dollar is also widely accepted across the island.
In Grenada, the voltage is 220 to 240 volts, and the plug type is the standard British 3 pronged plug.