Grenada. Travel information

Grenada consists of the island of Grenada (map) itself, two smaller islands, *Carriacou (map) and *Petite Martinique (map), and several small islands which lie to the north of the main island and are a part of the Grenadines

Conventional beach and water-sports tourism is largely focused in the southwest region around St. George’s, the airport and the coastal strip. Grenada has many beaches around its coastline, including the 3 km (1.9 mi) long Grand Anse Beach (map) in St George, often hailed as one of the best beaches in the world.

Gouyave Fish Friday. Gouyave (map) is regarded as the town that never sleeps. It is a great evening out with a nice drive to this West Coast fishing village. The food is fresh, inexpensive, and prepared before your eyes.

Hashing. A different trail is set each week anywhere around the island for walkers and runners. A great way to see the beauty of Grenada and meet locals and visitors. >> Grenadahash or

Grenada is a safe country and enjoys the lowest crime rate in the entire Caribbean Region.

Maurice Bishop International Airport is Grenada’s main airport. Ferry service >> Osprey Lines. Buses in Grenada are the standardized form of transportation. They are mini-vans that hold between 15-19 people, and they have route numbers and signs on them.

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