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The Spice Islands are the perfect place to give your body that treat it really deserves. Take a trip to the spa where you can escape from reality, losing yourself in the exotic but therapeutic pleasures that await you.

Sample Itineraries

The Spice Islands are the perfect place to give your body that treat it really deserves. Take a trip to the spa where you can escape from reality, losing yourself in the exotic but therapeutic pleasures that await you.

Where to stay

Whether you’re an adventure seeker, business traveller or here with your family, there is a wide range of accommodation options to suit your needs.

What to Do

Filled with an amazing culture and unique traditions, Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique boast a variety of festivals year-round.

Where to Eat

A culinary experience in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique is sure to be an unforgettable one. With the option of formal dinning, casual bars, and roadside vendors, there is an endless…

Getting to Carriacou

From Grenada, the journey to Carriacou is a short twenty minute ride by air or two hours by sea. Whichever option you choose, you are sure to have an exciting trip filled with breathtaking views of our islands. And do not leave Grenada without a visit to Carriacou.

 

Travelling By Sea

For visitors already in Grenada, the Osprey Ferry operates round-trip service between Grenada and Carriacou on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The 90-minute journey on a power-catamaran travels along Grenada’s scenic west coast from St. George’s, passing the small islets between Grenada and Carriacou and arriving at the Tyrell Bay Port in Carriacou. 

Other options for sea travel include the MV Dolly C on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and the Tyrell Bay Express on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Travelling By Air

SVG Air operates flights between Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport and Carriacou’s Lauriston Airport five days a week. The 20 minute flight makes it is easy for visitors and business travellers to spend at least one day exploring Carriacou. 

Ticket prices and schedules are subject to change so please contact SVG Air for more information – Tel: 473-444-3549 or visit their website

TRAVELING TO CARRIACOU BY

Regional

  • LIAT provides flights into Grenada from most Caribbean islands along with connections to international flights from Antigua, Barbados, St. Lucia and Trinidad.
  • Caribbean Airlines offers flights between Grenada and Trinidad.
  • SVG Air provides daily flights to and from Carriacou’s Lauriston Airport.

Cruise

  • A modern purpose built terminal located close to the St. George’s Harbour caters for several cruise lines.
  • If you would like to visit our sister island, Carriacou, the SVG Air provides daily flights to and from Carriacou’s Lauriston Airport.

International

  • JetBlue Airways operates a daily non-stop service from JFK, New York.
  • American Airlines operates a daily non-stop service from Miami.
  • Delta Air Lines operates a weekly non-stop service from Atlanta.
  • Caribbean Airlines: Toronto connecting through Trinidad.
  • British Airways and Virgin Atlantic offer twice-weekly direct flights from London, Gatwick Airport.
  • Air Canada Vacations operates a twice-weekly non-stop service from Toronto to Grenada.
  • Condor operates a non-stop weekly flight from Frankfurt Germany to Grenada in the Winter season.

Special Alerts

There are no special alerts at this time.

Grand Anse beach in front the Radisson Hotel

Pure Safe

Colourful coral reefs, spectacular shipwrecks, exhilarating drift dives and a unique underwater sculpture park – Grenada Carriacou and Petite Martinique have it all.

FAQs

Grenada, Carriacou, Petite Martinique and its dependencies are located in the eastern Caribbean, south of the Windward Islands and 100 miles north of Venezuela. Neighboring islands St. Vincent and the Grenadines lie to the north and Trinidad and Tobago lie to the South.
Average temperatures range from 75 degrees F to 85 degrees F (24 degrees C to 30 degrees C), with a cool breeze. The lowest temperatures occur between November and February. Although the climate is warm all year round, we do experience some seasonal changes depending on altitude. The dry season is between January and May and the rainy season is from June to December.
Calypso is the native music to our islands. Around the island you will hear a fusion of parang, reggae, dancehall and pop from cars and buses, shop fronts and even through the windows of people’s homes, especially during festival seasons. Ex tempore is also another popular art form where the musicians sing to a standard tune with impromptu lyrics.
Calypso is the native music to our islands. Around the island you will hear a fusion of parang, reggae, dancehall and pop from cars and buses, shop fronts and even through the windows of people’s homes, especially during festival seasons. Ex tempore is also another popular art form where the musicians sing to a standard tune with impromptu lyrics.
Calypso is the native music to our islands. Around the island you will hear a fusion of parang, reggae, dancehall and pop from cars and buses, shop fronts and even through the windows of people’s homes, especially during festival seasons. Ex tempore is also another popular art form where the musicians sing to a standard tune with impromptu lyrics.
Calypso is the native music to our islands. Around the island you will hear a fusion of parang, reggae, dancehall and pop from cars and buses, shop fronts and even through the windows of people’s homes, especially during festival seasons. Ex tempore is also another popular art form where the musicians sing to a standard tune with impromptu lyrics.
Calypso is the native music to our islands. Around the island you will hear a fusion of parang, reggae, dancehall and pop from cars and buses, shop fronts and even through the windows of people’s homes, especially during festival seasons. Ex tempore is also another popular art form where the musicians sing to a standard tune with impromptu lyrics.
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Travel Updates

Effective from 4th April 2022

  • No Covid-19 testing required
  • No Vaccination required
  • No health declaration form required
  • No quarantine on arrival required

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