Grenada, known as the “Spice Isle of the Caribbean,” is home to a wide variety of local attractions and activities. Grenada’s mountainous interior is surrounded by gorgeous white and black sand beaches, including the popular Grand Anse, a two mile stretch of white sand on the southwest side of the island. Visitors can enjoy Grenada on their own or via a multitude of local tours including rainforest and plantation tours in a jeep or around the island on a yacht. Those interested in local history can visit the River Antoine Rum Distillery or the Belmont Estate, which grows organic cocoa and has extensive gardens throughout the grounds. Be sure to check the calendar when you visit so that you can attend one of Grenada’s many events like their carnival, regattas, and music festivals showcasing their vibrant arts community.