For many years, Grenada has been known…
Things to do in a day
Explore the Capital, St. George's
Hop onboard a water taxi to the famous Carenage, explore the historical site of Fort George and try our local Grenadian cuisine at one of our restaurants. Walk through the 125 year old Sendall Tunnel after which you can pop into the Melville Street Vendor's Market for souvenirs.
TAKE SELECTED ISLAND TOURS
Whether you're interested in exploring our national parks and forest reserves, or you just prefer to view the historical sites and other attractions, tours are available to feed any appetite. Visit the Mona monkeys at Grand Etang, take a dip underneath a cascading waterfall or bask in the sun at one of our sandy beaches. The options are almost endless.Learn More
SPEND THE DAY AT THE BEACH
SEE THE DIVE SITES
A remarkable under-water sculpture park, colorful coral reefs and a multiplicity of famous ship wrecks are just some of the unique features hidden beneath Grenadian waters. Come to Grenada and truly discover the "Wreck Diving Capital of the Caribbean."
The Port of St. George's in Grenada can accommodate large cruise ships, with up to two vessels berthed at the Melville Street Cruise Terminal, one vessel berthed at the north end of the main quay and four anchored in the outer harbour, from where passengers are brought ashore in tenders. The Melville Street Cruise Terminal is located on the downtown waterfront of Grenada's 300-year old capital the Town of St. George's. The Terminal has 1,600 feet (375 metres) pier to simultaneously handle two mega-ships and provides excellent bus and taxi transfer of passengers to waiting tours. as well as a jetty for water taxis.
The inner harbour on the Carenage, with 1100 ft (335 metres) of continuous berth, is a general service port for cruise ships and cargo vessels. The Cruise Welcome Centre is located at the north end of the quay. Both facilities offer garbage disposal, agencies, provisioning, chandlers, electricity and telephone services. Water is available at the inner harbour. All services can be requested through shipping agents.
The Grenada Ports Authority provides, maintains and manages all port services and facilities; as well as the St. George's Bus Terminus, which is the central hub for the local passenger bus system.