7 Days in Grenada

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  • Grenada

  • Beaches

  • Luxury Travel

  • Black Travel

  • Wellness & Spa

aerial view of a lush islet in a turquoise sea
Curator’s statement

The island of Grenada has a rich history of culture, beauty, charm and let's not forget spice! There are so many options for travelers that you really can't go wrong visiting. Grenada can be more relaxed, but does not fall short in activities. One can definitely immerse oneself in everything Grenada has to offer.

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Day 1: Settle in

aerial view of a white-sand beach and turquoise sea

Depending on your departure, you are more likely to arrive on the island in the afternoon. Check in at the luxurious Silversands Grenada and unwind. Have some lunch from one of their diverse restaurants consisting of Asian, Mediterranean and local cuisines. Relax poolside.

Day 2: Waterfalls & underwater sculptures

portside city near a large mountain jutting out of the sea

Grab a traditional Grenadian breakfast of cocoa tea, saltfish and bake from your hotel and then make your way to Annandale Falls for breathtaking views of waterfalls surrounded by plush gardens. If you're lucky, you can watch locals perform tricks before they plunge in the water.

Snorkel or dive to see a one-of-a-kind gallery, the Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park which is now considered a National Geographic Wonder of the World.

Once finished, make your way to Sails Restaurant and Bar for beautiful views, coconut shrimp and seasonal rock lobster.

Day 3: Chocolate & fresh fish

red cacao beans hanging on a branch

Have you ever wondered how chocolate is made? Take the immersive and cultural tour at Diamond Estate St Marks to see the step-by-step process from pod to bar with samples of all in between. Make sure to take some samples of cocoa butter and chocolate as souvenirs.

The Rum Distillery Tour at Westerhall Estate has some of the highest-proof alcohol on the island and you can learn how it is processed.

For lunch, make your way to the rooftop of The Aquarium Restaurant for any type of callaloo, fresh catch of the day and their death-by-chocolate cake. Grenada is an island, so get fish as much as you can!

Day 4: Spa day

white bathtub in front of a gray stone wall

Secure a day pass at the Silversand Spa for one of the most luxurious experiences you can get. Enjoy breakfast, then select a facial, massage and more to relax for the day.

Unwind, then get dressed for dinner at 61 West. Along with dinner, witness live music and partying with a gorgeous scene to end your night.

Day 5: Beach day

turquoise lagoon flanked by a white-sand beach

Spend the day at Grand Anse Beach. There, you will find plenty of local eats, serene views and delicious cocktails all while relaxing on the white sand.

Days 6-7: Explore at your leisure

lush jungle island in a deep-blue ocean

Spend the remainder of your trip hiking Grand Etang Mountain or sailing along Port Louis. You don't have to travel all the way to the Seychelles for a clear-kayak experience: Grenada has them, so you can take all the pictures you want! Go golfing, visit a spice garden or seek one of the many forts on the island.

Need to Know

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