Grenada is a Caribbean island located at the end of Grenadine island chain which is a hot spot for the affluent international yachting community. Grenada is a tropical tri-island nation made up of three islands, Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
Grenada is affectionately known as “The Isle of Spice”, for its cultivation of many spices. The island has near-perfect tropical weather all year. This, combined with its natural resources makes for an enchanting island getaway. The island has a unique compliment of white and black sand beaches, coral reefs, dive wrecks, waterfalls, lakes, rivers, hiking trails, forts, and sailing for visitors to enjoy.
Area: 134.6 Square miles
Geographic location: 12°03′N 61°45′W
The capital city, St. George’s, has colourful Georgian buildings that overlook the Carenage Harbour. It is considered one of the most beautiful harbours in the Caribbean.
In 2021, Grenada was named the world’s first Culinary Capital by the World Food Travel Association (WFTA).
The Maurice Bishop International Airport has direct international flights several days per week from New York, Miami, Canada and the UK. It also has flights from Frankfurt and Venezuela.
As a destination, Grenada is one of the safest places in the Caribbean and the world. It attracts visitors from the UK, Germany, US and Canada.
Weather: The island experiences two seasons. A dry season from February to end May and a wet season from June 1 to end January. The hurricane season for the Caribbean is June 1 to November. Grenada falls outside of the hurricane belt and is a safe haven for mooring of yachts.
Languages: English (Main), Creole English and Creole French
Population: 110,000 and comprises of African, mixed, Indian, Caucasian and other ethnic groups.
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD) which is pegged to the United States Dollar at $2.7169
Grenada is a sovereign state and is governed by Westminster Law. It is also member of the Commonwealth of Nations of which Queen Elizabeth II is the Head of State.
Grenada offers the Caribbean dream and freedom to explore to your heart’s content. Whether you are seeking adventure, a holistic getaway or just to enjoy Caribbean luxury, the island has all the amenities and access to make your stay enjoyable.
As a visitor, you will enjoy local produce that are organically grown and can be found in supermarkets or the local market. Likewise, the Supermarkets sell local produce as well as international products so you will have all the conveniences of home during your stay.
Telecommunications and utility services in Grenada rival that of first world countries thereby keeping you connected to your business and family at all times. Therefore, all you need to pack are your sunblock, sunglasses, floppy hat, swimsuit and sandals.
Travelers from the USA, Europe and the UK can reach Grenada via British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Condor Airlines, Jet Blue, via direct flights and connecting LIAT Airlines flight through Barbados and St. LuciaVIEW FLIGHTS
From beaches to bays to the historic capital city of St. Georges, our interactive map will help you chart a memorable course accross Grenada.EXPLORE
The Point at Petite Calivigny is a boutique luxury wellness private residence club estate situated on the spectacular southern coast of Grenada.
It is located on its own little corner of paradise with private, lush grounds that slope gently towards a pristine, secluded beach. The deep-water anchorage marine facility is set to the backdrop of the beautiful turquoise waters of Benji Bay.
The Point is specially designed to promote rest and rejuvenation, a getaway for reducing stress, for extending and discovering healthier lifestyles while enjoying authentic and transformative experiences. Each experience is carefully tailored to your personal tastes and desires. This 11-acre estate is situated just far enough from the bustle of industry to feel the escape, but close enough for a quick getaway.
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