Grenada Travel Guide

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Grenada Things to Do

  • Gouyave Nutmeg Station

    During our visit to Grenada we enjoyed a local tour; one of the stops being here at Gouyave Nutmeg Station. The island of Grenada is know for its nutmeg and is the largest producer of nutmeg in the world along with Indonesia. This is one of the largest receiving stations in Grenada for nutmeg. Here it was explained how nutmeg is harvested, dried...

  • Concord Waterfall

    The Concord Waterfall was a highlight of our local tour. We arrived in the late morning and walked down a steep flight of stairs down to the bottom of the waterfall. From this vantage point we could see the beautiful waterfall in full view. The water was very crisp and cold; way too cold for a swim so my wife and I just waded into the water up to...

  • Gouyave Nutmeg Factory

    After visiting the station where spices are collected we were off to tour the local factory to see how nutmeg is processed. We took a twenty minute tour through the factory that showed the procesess of storage, cracking , sorting, testing and grading the nutmeg. Alot of hard work goes into creating the finished products we so enjoy. I was amazed at...

  • Grenada Discovery Train, coming soon!

    A unique and charming new attraction is coming to Grenada! Beginning December 2010, Grenada Discovery Train will start to operate a charming and unique trackless tourist train in the center of St. Georges.This will be the first and only sight seeing train in Grenada.The train will perform several trips during the day on daily basis in the town of...

  • Grenada Seafaris Eco Powerboat tour

    HI Guys,We are in Grenada right now and today took a ride on a powerboat who took us for a tour up the west coast, it was really fun and we had not seen anything about this trip as its really new and has only been running for a few weeks, sounds like they do a few different trips but we did the 1 hour tour, its a must do, we are all still buzzing...

  • Rum Making 1- Grind the Sugar Cane

    The first step in the Rum making process is to get the cane to the distillery so it can be ground up by the water wheel. I'll let the guides describe the actual process, then fill in with my Pics in my Rum Travelogue.The tour costs EC$5 per person, and is well worth it.


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Grenada Transportation

  • Driving

    Grenada is no differnet than any other island when it comes to driving. The roads are often small, traffic can be tricky and there are plenty of curves. My wife and I let someone else do the driving while we were in Grenada and took a tour on a minivan. It was an intersting drive filled with many areas of narrow roads, winding roads and some roads...

  • Arrival Via Cruise Ship

    My wife and I arrived in Dominica aboard the Celebrity Summmit. We both enjoy taking cruises as a vacation and this was a great one. We had a seven night cruise that sailed out of San Juan hitting the following ports: St. Croix, St. Thomas, Grenada, Dominica and St. Kitts. Grenada was a port we had happily anticipated visiting and it did not...

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Grenada Shopping

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    There will always be souvenir shopping whenever you are on vacation. Ganzee was one of the shops in the cruise ship area that sold a variety of souvenirs and of good quality. We wound up buying a tote bag, magnet, christmas ornament, tee shirts for me and a tee shirt for my wife here. Prices here were reasonable for the quality and we left happy with our purchases.

    What to buy: My tee shirts were $22. Liz's tee was $19.99. Tote Bag was $15. Magnet was $4. Christmas ornament was $12.

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Grenada Local Customs

  • Nutmeg

    Grenada is known as the "Island of Spice", due to it's large production of Nutmeg (actually it is the 2nd largest producer world wide). A Highlight of our visit was visiting a Nutmeg Cooperative, a factory that refines the nutmeg and buying some unique nutmeg products such as the tasty Nutmeg Syrup.

  • Cinnamon

    During our visit to Grenada we enjoyed viewing some Cinnamon trees as well as purchasing some of the locally grown cinnamon. The cinnamon is very good and my wife bought several packages of the spice to bring home to cook with.

  • Nutmeg Syrup

    Before visiting Grenada my wife was told she must find some Nutmeg Syrup while we were visiting the island. Fortunately on our excursion we toured a Nutmeg cooperative and factory that sold this Syrup. A large bottle of syrup was $9; quite a reasonable price for the quantity.Upon arriving home; we sampled this sweet syrup and it was fantastic. use...


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