Classic Caribbean with a Hint of Spice
Grenada is how you imagine the Caribbean should be. Cannons line the ramparts of a Colonia-era fortress, island trading sloops tie to stone wharfs in a colorful harbor, waterfalls drop from green-clad volcanic heights, palm-fringed beaches overlook colorful reefs, and vendors hawk spices and fresh fruits at a colorful market square in a town of red-roofed colonial homes. Grenada is known as the Spice Island, and the air is often fragrant with the scent of flowers and exotic spices. Eco-adventures take place in the mountainous interior; shipwrecks and reefs await offshore and beach resorts provide a comfortable sanctuary for rest and relaxation.