Intro to Grenada
Grenada is made up of 1 large island and 6 smaller islands in the Caribbean. Volcanic in origin, Grenada is famous for its spices and is known as the “Island of Spice”, specifically, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, cocoa and cinnamon. Relatively untouched, this island has epic hiking trails, historical forts, incredible beaches, underwater sculpture parks, and picturesque waters.
Despite the fact they drive on the left side of the road, Grenada is easy to navigate with 1 large road looping around the island, taking you to waterfalls, hidden beaches, and much more.
Language – English
Currency – Eastern Caribbean Dollar (ECD)
Capital – St. George’s
Drinking Age – 18
Adapter Info – Plug G outlets
Fun Trivia – Grenada consumes more alcohol than most other countries worldwide. Average daily intake of alcohol in Grenada is 40.4 grams of pure alcohol while the worldwide is average daily intake is 33 grams.
Adventures in Grenada
The Ultimate Guide to Grenada
Where to stay, where to eat, getting around the island and what to do in Grenada.
Top 12 Must Visit Bars in Grenada
From Rum Punch to Rivers, this island has no shortage of great booze and fantastic bars with a view. If you are traveling to Grenada, check out these can’t miss bars!