About Grenada

Grenada is the most southerly of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean and is a tiny point on most world maps with an area of only 133 square miles with a population of around 100,000

is one of the most beautiful and lush islands in the West Indies, sometimes referred to as the ‘Spice Isle’ due to the vast locally grown spices.

The Island has a great deal to offer its visitors in terms of hiking, sailing, diving and exploring, some of its stunning white sand beaches and unspoilt landscapes. Grenada is still quickly moving its way into the tourist destinations but still remains lesser known than some of the other Caribbean Isles allowing many of the beaches of this enchanted island to remain unspoilt.

Grenada offers a stable political environment and tax advantages for the business investor. As a member of the Commonwealth, Grenada also opens up a number of educational opportunities, making it the ideal place for you and your family.


 Known As Grenada – The Spice Isle
Capital St George’s
Nationality Grenadian
Head Of Government Dr. The Right Hon. Keith Mitchell
Form of Government Parliamentary republic
Location between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago
Size 3 islands, 133 sq. miles total (344 km2)
Population 107,000
Language English
Currency East Caribbean dollar
Dialing Code +1
Time Zone GMT -4