Grenada Travel Guide

Articles about Grenada

Ever dream of ditching your day job for a secluded life in the Caribbean? Take a hint from David "Mott" Green, a former IV League student turned Grenadian chocolatier. Originally from New York City, Mott left his alma mater to pursue a more alt...
By Joe Yogerst

With fresh ingredients, amazing spices, and far-flung influences, these islands serve up some of the world’s most tantalizing cuisine.

By Amy Farley
If You Like The Riviera Maya, Mexico Try: Costalegre, MexicoWhy Go: Long overshadowed by the likes of Cancún and Cabo, this pristine, 150-mile stretch of Pacific coastline—a two-hour drive from Puerto Vallarta—is one of Mexico’s best-kept secrets...
By Richard Alleman
JAMAICA Hotelier Chris Blackwell continues to place a stamp on his homeland. He has just turned Goldeneye-- the north- shore estate where James Bond creator Ian Fleming lived and wrote-- into an Island Outpost hotel. Guests stay in rustic but styl...
By Yolanda Crous
By Lyndsey Matthews

Hotels in Grenada

Beachside mega-resort it is not: Grenada’s Mount Hartman Bay Estate comprises 12 intimate, Gaudí-inspired suites shrouded in banana trees and low-slung palms where you will be one of only 30 guests enjoying this remote, flower-filled corner of the Caribbean’s Spice Island.

Things to do in Grenada

The islet of St. George (Sveti Djordje) is the cypress-shaded home of a Benedictine monastery.