The picturesque, unspoiled and truly romantic islands of Grenada are often dubbed the “Spice Isle” - hilly islands home to numerous interesting nutmeg plantations. With its cluster of gorgeous, soft-sand beaches and a mountainous and luscious rainforest - it is no wonder newlyweds choose Grenede as their honeymoon destination. Its elegant little capital, St George's, is a strong contender for the prettiest in the region. You will find lots of interesting and unique things to do and see. A hike in the rainforest is a must. Other prime activities include sailing, particularly around the protected bays of Grenada's deeply indented south coast, and diving: as well as reefs and wrecks and there is an underwater sculpture park to explore which can only be described as a truly unforgettable moment.


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Always wanted to honeymoon in the Caribbean? Grenada is one of the most gorgeous Caribbean islands and makes for the perfect honeymoon destination.

Grenada itself is made up of the Main Island and smaller surrounding islands commonly known as the ‘Spice Isle’, all equally as beautiful as each other.

Grenada as a honeymoon destination is perfect for couples who enjoy visiting natural and untouched landscapes. The greenery of Grenada is what makes it unique compared to other Caribbean islands, giving newlyweds plenty to explore.

Be sure to explore the tropical waters of Grenada too. Home to 33 species of coral, the island of Grenada is famed for its coral reefs and lagoons and even has an underwater sculpture park which is perfect for avid scuba divers to take their hobby to the next level.

If music is your thing, be sure to plan your honeymoon in Grenada during March as that’s when The Grenada Drum Festival is held. The amazing event features traditional drummers and dancers who put on a fabulous festival in the rural town of Tivoli.

Planning to travel to Grenada between July and August? It’s good news for foodie couples as the Spice Mass Festival takes place during summer - a fun and colourful festival not to be missed.

Five Things to do During Your Honeymoon in Grenada

Grenada is such a picturesque island, where do you even start? Whilst honeymooning on this Caribbean island, here are five things you have to tick off your list.

Visit the underwater museum – For couples who enjoy scuba diving, there’s no better attraction to visit in Grenada than the Underwater Sculpture Park in the Molinere Beauséjour Marine Area – it’s most definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Explore Grenada with a hike – Get to know the island a little better by taking a trip up the hiking trails. The untamed pathways are filled with beautiful surprises around each and every corner from idyllic, natural waterfalls to unusual wildlife you won’t see anywhere else.

Enjoy the beaches – One thing that’s guaranteed when it comes to a honeymoon in Grenada it’s the silky, sandy beaches. Perfect for a retreat, you can relax all day long with cocktails and beautiful views of the Caribbean Sea.

Take a cruise trip – Explore a variety of Caribbean islands during your trip to Grenada by boarding a cruise trip – what better way to explore the Caribbean than sailing around on a luxurious cruise ship?

Attend a culture festival – Throughout the year, Grenada plays home to a whole host of different festivals celebrating music, food and everything in-between.

A honeymoon in Grenada is everything newlyweds could wish for and more – to find your dream honeymoon accommodation in Grenada, browse our selection of luxury hotels and resorts on the island.

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