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About Country

St. George's
Approximately 113,000 (2021 estimate)
Population Density
327 people per square kilometer
$1.4 billion (nominal, 2021 estimate)
English is the official language, but Creole is also widely spoken
East Caribbean Dollar
National Dish
Oil Down (a hearty stew made with breadfruit, salted meat, and vegetables)
Christianity is the predominant religion in Grenada, with significant Hindu and Muslim minorities.
Grenada has a tropical climate, with a rainy season from June to December and a dry season from January to May
Main Industries
Agriculture, including nutmeg and other spices, as well as tourism and manufacturing
Level of Development
Grenada is considered a developing country, with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 166 out of 189 countries (2020)
Approximately 344 square kilometers

Indulge in the beauty and charm of Grenada 🇬🇩, a stunning island nation in the heart of the Caribbean. Explore pristine beaches 🏝️, savor the flavors of locally-grown spices 🌶️, and immerse yourself in the vibrant culture 🎉. Discover the ultimate tropical getaway in Grenada today!

Grenada is a small island nation located in the Caribbean Sea. Known as the “Island of Spice,” Grenada is famous for its production of nutmeg and other spices, as well as its stunning natural beauty.


  • Anse La Roche Bay, Anse la Roche, Grenada
  • Beach Bar, Grand Anse Beach - Grenada, Caribbean
  • Boat Life, Grand Anse Beach - Grenada
  • Cruise Ship Terminal, Saint George's - Grenada
  • Grand Anse Beach - Grenada, Caribbean
  • Grand Anse Beach, Morne Rouge, Grenada
  • Grenada Tourism Authority, Saint George's, Grenada
  • Grenada
  • Levera Beach, Grenada
  • Morne Rouge, Grenada (1)
  • Morne Rouge, Grenada, Grenada
  • Morne Rouge, Grenada
  • Morning Horizon - Grand Anse, Grenada
  • Saint George, Grenada
  • St George's, Grenada
  • The Carenage - Grenada, West Indies
  • Westerhall Point, Grenada

Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Grenada include:

  • 1

    Grand Anse Beach: a stunning two-mile-long beach located on the southwestern coast of Grenada, known for its crystal-clear waters and white sand.

  • 2

    Fort George: a historic fort located in St. George's, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

  • 3

    Underwater Sculpture Park: a unique underwater park featuring over 80 sculptures, located in Moliniere Bay.

  • 4

    Annandale Falls: a beautiful waterfall located in St. George's, surrounded by lush vegetation.

  • 5

    Belmont Estate: a historic plantation located in St. Patrick's Parish, offering tours of the cocoa and spice production process.

  • 6

    Carriacou Island: a picturesque island located northeast of Grenada, known for its stunning beaches and tranquil atmosphere.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Grenada has to offer. The island's natural beauty, rich history, and unique culture make it a must-visit destination for travelers who are looking for a relaxing and authentic Caribbean experience.


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