In many ways, Grenada is hard to beat for a Caribbean holiday. It possesses a bevy of gorgeous, soft-sand beaches and a mountainous and lush rainforestcovered
interior. It's elegant little capital, St George's, is a strong contender for the prettiest in the region. Moreover, the so-called Spice Island is far less developed for tourism than many of the other main Caribbean islands, such as Barbados or Jamaica. There are no resorts as such, no high-rise developments, and even the most popular beaches are usually quiet. At the same time, Grenada has a good selection of hotels to suit all budgets, along with some memorable restaurants and fun excursions. Most of the appealing places to stay, eat and drink, plus the finest beaches and St George's, are all conveniently concentrated in the island's south-west corner, so few journeys take more than 30 minutes.
- Local languages: English
- Currency: Caribbean Dollars
- Time Difference: -4 hours
- Flight Time: 17 hours with two stops
What our customers say about us
“It was my first time in Barbados and for me, it was a fantastic tour from start to finish! Superbly organised by Don Topley and his team, it provided the right balance between the cricket, organised events, socialising and personal relaxation time. Don's intimate knowledge of the island was a real plus with his island tour being an excellent experience. Well done Smile Group Travel!”
"I look forward to using Smile on future tours"
"I can’t speak highly enough of Graeme and the Smile team. Their knowledge of Barbados is second to none and ground handler John was fantastic during our tour. I look forward to using Smile on future tours. Many thanks."
"Many thanks to Smile for giving the boys their first opportunity at recognising what is involved in a rugby tour!"
"The boys had two great fixtures against tough opposition. They were hosted in true Irish style! The hotel was perfect for what the boys needed, we were very well looked after. Many thanks to Smile for giving the boys their first opportunity at recognising what is involved in a rugby tour!"