Grenada
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Things to do in Grenada

Aerial view of Grand Anse Beach in Grenada on a Caribbean Flight + Hotel Vacation Package

Grand Anse Beach

For such a small island, Grenada has a disproportionately large number of beaches—45 beautiful, clean beaches to relax. None, however, can really compare to Grand Anse Beach—a two-mile long beach just a short distance from the country’s capital, Saint George. Grand Anse beach is one of the most popular beaches on the island and offers kayaking, parasailing, water skiing and several other activities. The water here is so clear that kayaks often look as if they are floating in the air just above the water.

View of Seven Sisters Waterfalls in Grenada on a Caribbean JetBlue Vacations Flight + Hotel Package

Seven Sisters Falls

One of the most beautiful sites in the Grenadian Rainforest is the Seven Sisters Falls. It is made up of seven waterfalls that empty into small pools of clear, cool water that you can swim in. Be sure to pack hiking shoes or sneakers you don't mind getting muddy, as well as some water and snacks—getting to the falls requires a bit of a hike! On average, most complete the hike through the rain forest in about 50 minutes.

View of beach and sea in Grenada on a JetBlue Vacations Caribbean Flight + Hotel Package

Grenada Travel Tips

Time Zone: Atlantic Standard Time

Passport Required: Yes

Languages Spoken: Variations of Creole and English

Power: Plug Type G (you will need a converter)

Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar, but the U.S. Dollar is widely accepted

Transportation: The public buses are a great way to get around, but you can also rent a car with your vacation package. After you’ve selected your flight, hotel and room type, simply click “add a car” to see all the rental options that best suit you and/or your party.