Grenada lies in the southern Caribbean in the Lesser Antilles. It was our first port of call on our recent Disney Wonder Southern Caribbean Cruise. We hope you enjoy our Grenada Photos.
St. Georges Harbor
Sailboats, fishing boats, cruise ships, and yachts float in the clear Caribbean water.
St. George’s Town
The docks for cruise ships opens directly into the capital of St. George’s. The airport, St. George’s Medical School, and luxury resorts lie to the south of town. Our travels took us through the main part of town where the locals live.
Cannons from the old British fort look over the harbor.
The rugged coast line of much of Grenada is undeveloped with isolated beaches, rocky cliffs and jungle stretching all the way to the shore.
Heading inland across Grenada, you climb into the volcanic mountains. Fruit, spice, and loofah sponge trees dot the sides of the road. Mountain streams, water falls, thick foliage and beautiful vistas can be enjoyed.
Flora of Grenada
The “Grenada Egg Plant” was quite popular and decorated several yards.
Colorful tropical flowers dot the hills.
Our guide stated that no one should go hungry in Grenada as there are always ample amounts of fruit in season throughout the year including multiple varieties of mangoes, papaya, bananas, breadfruit, passion fruit, and more.
Grenada is known as the Island of Spices. It exports 40% of the world’s nutmeg. Below is a sampling of spices.
Grenada Street Chicken
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