- Welcome to Grenada
- Why Grenada?
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Mount Cinnamon
- Port Louis
Grenada is 12 degrees north of the Equator at the Southern end of the Windward Islands, which is the southern most part of the Caribbean and outside of the hurricane belt.
Grenada is 3 hours from Miami, 4 hours from New York and Toronto and 8 hours from London, all by direct air service. Port of Spain (Trinidad) is just 20 minutes flight away, Barbados just 40 minutes and South America (Venezuela) 45 minutes.
The climate in Grenada is tropical with average temperatures of around 28 °C year round. It is a sunny island enjoyable all months of the year, and with cooler breezy locations in the mountains.
Known today more as a tourist destination and still the “authentic Caribbean” historically Grenada was known as a gentle island supported by growing spices, particularly nutmeg and cinnamon. Today it still has a very active agricultural and fishing economy.
Mount Cinnamon, is just 10 minutes from the Capital and international airport, and is located on the legendary Grand Anse Beach.
Port Louis is located in Grenada’s Capital city of St George’s just 15 minutes from the international airport.
Direct flights from London, Germany, Toronto, New York, Miami, Atlanta, Venezuela, Trinidad, Barbados and other Caribbean Islands.
English is the only official language and by far the predominant language. French, Spanish and Italian can be heard from time to time.
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