Why not kick things off with a lazy day on the powdered sands of iconic Grand Anse Beach, where the lapping Caribbean waves wash over the mangroves and the beach bars alike?
Or, head to the hills around Mount Qua Qua for a glimpse at the wild and volcanic hinterland of this Caribbean gem, where gushing waterfalls and uber-rare Grenadine doves meet between the orchids and the ferns?
Then there are the enticing rum houses and distillers, cooking up potent bottles of iconic liqueur from the freshest sugarcane in the world.
And that’s not even mentioning the spicy shrimp kebabs and earthy fish restaurants, the historic reaches of old Fort George, and the legendary spice markets of the capital.
Yep, there’s a whole load of things to do and see on the iconic Spice Isle; no matter if you’re a history seeker, a luxury lover, a foodie, a beach goer, an intrepid outdoor adventurer, a bird watcher, or a barbeque fan!
Let’s explore the best things to do in Grenada:
1. Tate the tipples of the River Antoine Rum Distillery
The longest continuously running rum distillery in the entire of the Caribbean region remains one of the most fascinating attractions on the Spice Isle as a whole.
Drawing both history buffs and booze lovers, it can be found between the fields of Saint Patrick in the north.
Today, the original distillery buildings from the 18th century are age-stained and half-ruined, but the same machinery used to crush and refine the sugarcane all those years ago is still in use, from the creaking water wheel (powered with the waters of the River Antoine) to the timber conveyer belts that transport the sugar crops straight from the field.
Regular tours are available for just a couple of dollars.