Flights to Grenada: practical information
Cheap airlines to Grenada
Planning to spend your holidays in Grenada? These three islands in the beautiful Caribbean are calling your name! Search for cheap flights to Grenada and touch down at Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) on Grenada's main island. British Airways, Monarch, Virgin Atlantic, and a handful of others offer cheap flights to Grenada from the UK.
When to book flights to Grenada
The weather is fine almost year-round in Grenada. The coolest and driest time of the year is between January and April, a popular time to visit. The rains arrive in June and last till December but it rarely rains for more than a couple hours at a time.
- Peak season: April to June is the most popular time to visit.
- Low season: Autumn (September to December).
Direct flights to Grenada take 10 hours and 45 minutes from London.
Experience Grenada: what to see, what to do
Grenada was first discovered by Columbus so there is plenty of exciting historic forts to visit from the Colonial era. The natural scenery is stunning with waterfalls, lakes, spice estates and more.
Essentials in Grenada
Belmont Estate: This estate is just one hour's drive with a Grenada car hire from St. George. It's a 17th century plantation that still operates today to produce some of the finest dark organic chocolate in the world.
Grand Etang Nature Reserve: A must if you're hoping to enjoy the richness of Grenada's wilderness. Grand Etang is famous for its Crater Lake, a great place to swim. For hiking, Mount Qua Qua is a perfect choice.
Beaches: There is no shortage of beaches in Grenada. The most famous and most popular is Grand Anse, also the most touristy. For something more secluded try Levera Beach. For Black Sand Beaches, try Bathway Beach and Black Way Beach.
Find more information on Grenada Tourism Board.
Accommodations in Grenada
There are plenty of options for accommodations on all three of Grenada's islands. You'll find mostly tourist resorts, five-star hotels as well as small guest house hotels on Grenada. Carriacou is smaller but still has plenty of mid-range options. Petit Martinique has a few options but choice is more limited.