Another glorious Grenadian product? Rum. In fact, the island is home to the privately-owned River Antoine Rum Distillery, the oldest functioning water-propelled distillery in the western hemisphere. Take a guided tour to learn more about the time-honoured processes here, which haven't changed much since the 1800s, before an expert-led tasting of the good stuff.
Quintessential white sands. Turquoise waters. Hidden coves like something from a postcard. Grenada's beaches are truly some of the finest in the Caribbean. While the island's highlight (and for good reason) is the world-renowned, three-mile-long Grand Anse Beach, there are over 45 more stunning spots to choose from. You can soak up the sun on the tranquil La Sagesse Beach, spend the afternoon snorkelling from Magazine Beach or enjoy a relaxed afternoon on Morne Rouge Beach, enjoying the calm shallow waters and the tropical breeze.
Spectacular reefs, mysterious wrecks and plunging walls make Grenada a dream destination for divers - whether first timers or veterans beneath the water. And no stay on the island is complete without a trip to the Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park. Seen only by snorkelling, diving or glass-bottom boat, it showcases a truly unique collection of over 65 submerged sculptures, built to relieve pressure off the natural reefs and attract an array of marine species.
We know the beaches are breathtakingly beautiful, but with approximately half of Grenada's landscapes still forested, there's plenty of inland adventures to enjoy too. Take a thrilling Jeep ride or scenic hike through the island's rich rainforests, stopping for a dip in a waterfall pool to cool off and to admire the diverse wildlife - from colourful tropical birds to cheeky mona monkeys.