What can you do in St. Georges, Grenada?
St. Georges, Granada is known for catering to visitors' every need. Here are a few things to do while you are visiting.
Must-See Places of Grenada Full-Day Island Tour
Take in the island highlights and get a sense of what makes up the island for the rest of your trip. Start at Fort Frederick, end at the Belmont Estate and hit all the high points in between.
Double Dip Snorkel Trip at the World Famous Underwater Sculpture Park
Enjoy a fully guided snorkel tour of this famous landmark. Once you are done, sail onto Flamingo Bay for snorkeling a breathtaking reef and relaxing in a protected marine area.
Private 3-Hour St. George Scenic Tour
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the island with this customized tour. Visit Fort Frederic, Grand E’tang Lake, waterfalls or anything else that suits your fancy. Tours are given via a private vehicle and personal driver/guide.
Where to Stay in St. Georges, Grenada?
Known for its food and natural beauty, Grenada also possesses some of the most luxurious hotels in existence.
If you are looking for a mix of luxury and simplicity, the Silversands Grenada is your hotel. Offering 200 meters of beachfront, immense swimming pool, 2 award-winning restaurants, 52 guest rooms, villas and suites, Silversands will be your home away from home.
Coyaba Beach Resort
Situated on the 2.5 mile stretch of Grand Anse Beach, one of the most famous in the world, Coaba Beach Resort provides full amenities and almost limitless luxury. This resort is oriented towards couples and is known for merging modern amenities with a design theme that celebrates Arawak Indian life.
Mount Hartman Bay Estate
The Mount Hartman Bay Estate Resort sits on 7 acres of waterfront property on a privately-owned peninsula. It boasts award-winning chefs, British-trained butlers, luxury villas and individual, private swimming pools.
Where to Eat in St. Georges, Grenada?
As with everything else, the luxury dining establishments in St. Georges are second to none.
Sails Restaurant & Bar
Sail’s is known for exquisite seafood and Caribbean dishes served waterside. Dining options include lunch, dinner and brunch as well as vegetarian and vegan-friendly options. The restaurant is open late at night and is a great place to have a nightcap.
If you are looking for an American steakhouse, where red meat is standard, Butch’s Chophouse is the place to be. Known for its variety and signature drinks, Butch’s captures the ambiance of a traditional chophouse with a Caribbean twist.
Rhodes Restaurant at Calabash
You get an elegant setting with a one-of-a-kind ambiance at Rhodes Restaurant at Calabash. Their specialties include seafood, Caribbean and contemporary cuisine. The restaurant is vegetarian-friendly and has many gluten-free options.
What events to attend in St. Georges, Grenada?
As if the luxury hotels, world-class restaurants and more things to do in a day than there is time, St. Georges also has several events that are “must-see” extravaganzas.
World Famous Nightlife
Known for its mixture of cultures and music, St. George’s offers nightly entertainment for all, whether you are a night owl or just want a taste of soca, calypso and reggae. Attend an authentic drum festival or sip drinks quietly at the bar, there is something for everyone.
Grenada’s J’ouvert morning is one of a kind. Known for pushing boundaries, masqueraders cover themselves in mud and don masks, old wedding dresses, cow horn helmets while lugging chains and coffins to celebrate the event.
Hosted on Granada’s sister island, the Carriacou Carnival features dances, parades, calypso, fancy mas bands and much more. Featuring two full days of celebration, locals and visitors both celebrate the region and island and its rich cultural traditions.