The lively Spice Isle is a perfect destination for fishing, sailing and hiking or biking through lush, mountainous interior. All three main islands (Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique) offer fabulous beaches and thrilling diving. Dive among sharks, turtles and wrecks off the coast. Discover soft corals and sea horses off GrenadaÕs most populated island, Carriacou. Festivals confetti the calendar, and enticing restaurants serve a unique cuisine with Creole, Caribbean and West Indian flavors.
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4.5 based on 1,007 reviews
Unique experience, would be better for scuba divers but still neat to see. Lots of interesting sculptures. Tour was with Dive Grenada who picked us up at resort, provided good snorkeling equipment, comfortable boat ride out, and guidance around sculptures.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
House of Chocolate is a very unique and beautiful hand crafted mini-museum-boutique, chocolateria-cafe portraying the history of chocolate in the world and Grenada. Specialize on local organic chocolate.
Although smaller than we had expected, this cafe/shop/chocolate story venue is a really nice place to escape to,away from crowds/heat/chaos on a busy Saturday. There was free WiFi,a toilet and a variety of souvenirs on sale. The cafe served a variety of tempting treats and the chocolate brownie was to die for !
4.0 based on 212 reviews
Small history museum with galleries on Grenada's Kalinago inhabitants; European influence from the 15th century; and modern history such as, the sinking of Italian cruise ship 'The Bianca C' in 1961, Grenada independence in 1974 and the 1979 Revolution. Displays include collections of Amerindian pottery, canons, from the British/French battles for the island, coppers used during the slave era to process sugarcane, and a mix of objects reflecting the colonial period of the 17th and 18th century.
This museum has exhibits from both the Amerindian and colonial periods. What I liked best was the press exhibit upstairs, which has copies of local newspapers from the time of the coup and the US invasion in 1983. It was good to get some local perspective on that whole thing.
New museum featuring ships' wheels and shark jaws in tribute to Grenada's men of the seas.
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