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A VIBRANT & AUTHENTIC CULTURE

Grenada is unspoiled and uncrowded, yet refined and sophisticated. Located in the south-eastern Caribbean Sea at the southern end of the Grenadines island chain, Grenada is an enchanting island with lush landscapes and pristine beaches.

Nicknamed the “Spice Island”, primarily for its abundance in the production of nutmeg and mace, the beautiful, exotic country is also rich in local history and culture. Grenada is diverse in its ethnic and religious background. The official language spoken in Grenada is English and the population of Grenada is approximately 112,000 people. Grenada is an unspoiled destination with some of the best beaches and yachting for the discerning traveller. The magnificent environment with its warm and friendly people, safe surroundings and exquisite new resorts makes Grenada an alluring destination.

A GROWING ECONOMY
Grenada being one of the most open economies in the region, continues to grow steadily, averaging real growth of approximately 5.0% since 2013. Its tourism sector is also flourishing with a 13% increase in visitors year on year from the stayover, cruise and yachting sectors. Real estate sales are experiencing strong growth too, as Grenada’s popularity increases. The island has an established health care system and is home to St George’s University, one of the world’s largest American accredited medical schools, drawing students and faculty from 140 countries.

IT'S EASY TO GET HERE
Grenada is easily accessible with a number of daily direct flights into Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport, including Miami (3 hours), New York (4 hours 50 minutes), Toronto (5 hours 10 minutes), London (11 hours 10 minutes) and a number regional flights from the surrounding islands. The airport also offers fixed-based operator services for private jets.

AND LOVELY WHEN YOU ARRIVE
Grenada is close to the equator, which ensures a year-round tropical climate. Its cooling trade winds make temperatures comfortable. Most notably it is located outside of the hurricane belt.