Famously known as the 'Island of Spice' owing to the extensive scale creation of mace and nutmeg crops, Grenada is a lovely island country in the south-eastern Caribbean Sea. Vast expanses of unspoilt natural landscapes spread over the archipelago offers especially to the adventure lovers, beach lovers, and honeymooners. You can enjoy swimming in the crystal-clear waters surrounding the islands, enjoy trekking adventures, or go island-hopping to discover some interesting spots and find out about the local culture:
Luckily there is an answer: Grenada.This lesser-known gem has not been fully consumed by tourism yet. Although the pristine beaches are open to the public, they are often deserted and are spectacularly clean. This unique spot is perfect to soak up the rays, have fun in the water (there's great snorkeling!), and also to explore the jungle!
Ten-second takeaway: Grenada is called the Spice Island for being the world's largest producer of nutmeg, and that's what you can smell in the air of this stunning island. Grenada brags of possessing stretches of white sand beaches, submerged fortunes adorned by corals and an untainted landscape, which is still away from the eye of the crowds.Things to do: Visit the world’s first underwater sculpture park, Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park; explore the three historic forts of Fort Frederick, Fort Matthew and Fort George; witness Grenada's most spectacular coastal area at Levera National Park.
The Caribbean island of Grenada has plenty to keep you entertained throughout your entire stay. With many of the locals speaking good English, language will pose no barrier for Indians hoping to explore every crevice of the island.