Grenada Holidays

Uploaded by kenwoodtravel on 14.09.2012

Welcome to Grenada, affectionately known as the Spice Island, and only a 9-hour flight
from the UK. From the fine white sands to its luscious green rainforests, there is plenty
to do in this tropical paradise.
A trek through the mountain rainforests will be the prefect break from the uninterrupted
days spent sunbathing on Grand Anse beach, and if whiling away the days paddling in the
ocean doesn’t quite float your boat then this certainly will. Wander through the trees
and gasp in awe as you uncover a hidden waterfall, or spend an afternoon admiring the wildlife,
and even visit a plantation.
Home to nature’s very own theme park, the Balthazar River will make for a lot of fun.
The water’s rapid flow and tumbling waterfalls create an exhilarating water ride for those
adventurous enough to try tubing.
For the mermaids and men at heart spend some time below sea level and discover a whole
new world. Grenada is home to the world’s very first underwater sculpture park, where
the underwater artwork plays host to a whole heap of beautiful sea life. Grenada’s sister
islands Carriacou and Petit Martinique also make for some stunning snorkelling and diving,
and with both crewed and bareboat charters available there is no better way to explore
these beautiful waters.
Nestled within the cusp of an old volcanic crater, the island’s capital St Georges
boasts the prettiest harbour in the Caribbean. With beautiful forts, magnificent historic
buildings, and an excellent Saturday market it is well worth a visit. Entice your senses
with the variety of aromatic grenadine spices on offer, and you can even pick up some black
gold (nutmeg that is) while you are there.
Foodies will be in their element here in Grenada, and as if the spices weren’t enough, a trip
to the Belmont Estate will teach you all you need to know about chocolate. From harvesting
the cocoa pods to the old fashioned process of drying and turning the beans, here you
can get the insider’s view on your favourite treat.
The sea food in Grenada is, of course, out of this world. A trip to the village of Gawvw
for fish friday is not to be missed. On this popular night out you can enjoy some of the
best fish on the island and wash it down with some caribbean rum punch!
With so many stunning places its no wonder Grenada is becoming a hot holiday wedding
option- and with wedding planners at most hotels you can be sure that a wedding here
will make your dreams come true.
With its paradisiacal surroundings and typically Grenadine food culture this is a place that
permeates the senses. Let Kenwood Travel whisk you off your feet with a well-earned luxury