Two people on a sailboat in the Caribbean Sea, Grenada

Things to Do in Grenada

Beyond Silversands, you’ll find a world of fascinating things to see, do and experience. Chase waterfalls or snorkel amid underwater sculptures. Sip rum from a historic water-propelled distillery or breathe in the intoxicating aroma of a spice market. Enjoy these experiences and more.

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Things to do

Grenada Chocolate Festival

An Island-wide event in May, join in celebrating the island’s delicious organic and ethically produced cocoa and chocolate on the island.

Grenada Spicemas Festival

Held in St. George’s in August, Spicemas is Grenadian expression in all its glory and brimming with pageantry linked to the island’s African, French, British and Caribbean heritage.

Points of interest

Fort George

For unmatched views of the Town of St. George’s and the ocean, make your way to Fort George, considered the most important historical structure in St. George’s for its part in all the political and military changes that have taken place on the island over the last 300 years.

Coconut Beach Restaurant

This very casual French Creole Restaurant is located just a short walk on the beach from our hotel. Painted in true West Indian colors, it is an authentic Grenadian on-the-beach dining experience. Family operated for more than 20 years, enjoy fresh seafood and other Caribbean classics.

River Antoine Rum Distillery

The oldest water-propelled distillery in the Caribbean, a day trip to this historical site is a must when visiting Grenada.

Grand Anse Craft & Spice Market

Aromatic nutmeg, turmeric, cinnamon, cloves, allspice, bay leaf and ginger are just some of the spices produced on the island. Explore and marvel at the products of local vendors.

Underwater Sculpture Park

A popular snorkeling site is an underwater gallery of sculptures in the Molinere Beauséjour Marine Protected Area, which very much reflects Grenada’s culture. Its 25-plus sculptures attract a stunning array marine life.

The Tower Estate

Discover this historic plantation style-house and gardens. Built in 1913, the Tower Estate is a magnificent stone building featuring mahogany ceilings and paneling and furnished with period antiques and a fine collection of maps and prints.

Sail on a Carriacou Sloop

The history of Carriacou Sloops dates back to the 1800s when the hand-built sail vessels were the main transportation method between the islands. Today, the sloops are still built on Grenada’s sister island.

Chasing Waterfalls

Many travelers come to Grenada for the beach and discover the forest. Stroll the easy 15-minute Morne LaBaye Trail to the challenging 2.5-hour Mount Qua Qua Trail, where lush tropical flora and waterfalls await.