Written by on August 17, 2006

Following a tough encounter with a Category 4 Hurricane on September 7, 2004, Grenada has returned to being one of the most idyllic Caribbean vacation spots and a land of opportunity for investors. We at Grenada Broadcast invite you to share the beauty of this still relatively unspoiled paradise by taking a look at some of our incredible scenery and, eventually, spending a few days with us in the near future. Who knows? Like an increasing number of other persons from industrialized countries, you just may wind up as a permanent member of our Grenadian family.

Enjoy, and we hope to see you soon….

General Grenada Facts

The state of Grenada is made up of three islands: Grenada, Carriacou, and Petit Martinique. Grenada is the largest of the three, with a width of twelve miles (18 km) and a length of twenty-one miles (34 km). The state ‘s total area is 133 square miles. Its highest point is Mount Saint Catherine, at 2,757 feet. Carriacou is much less mountainous, and has an area of 13 square miles with wonderful sandy beaches. Climate: Average temperatures range from 24C/ 75F to 30C/ 87F, tempered by the steady and cooling trade winds. Our lowest temperatures occur between November and February. Because of Grenada’s remarkable topography, the island also experiences climate changes according to altitude. Our driest season is between January and May. Note though, that even during the rainy season, from June to December, it rarely rains for more than an hour at any time and generally not every day. Currency:The East Caribbean dollar is the currency used, locally; and is linked to the US dollar. At the banks, you will get EC$2.67 for US$1 in cash, and EC$2.68 for US$l in travelers cheques. Shops will give EC$2.60. {gallery count=5}grenada/photos{/gallery}.

Grenada Activities, attractions, diving, golf and sports

With its lush and mountainous interior, Grenada, “The Spice of the Caribbean”, is being steadily discovered by nature lovers of all types including hikers, mountain bikers, birdwatchers and waterfall buffs. Recreational sporting enthusiasts will find that the island offers an abundance of activities and facilities to keep them entertained. And for those looking to experience the true essence and character of Grenada, sightseeing and historical sites abound — as well as unique shops and outstanding cuisine.

Grenada Accommodations

Grenada offers a variety of accommodations, from small guesthouses, to five star all-inclusive resorts and exclusive vacation villas. There is something for everyone, whether it’s a romantic getaway, relaxing vacation or family reunion.

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