Price includes return direct flights, private transfers, 7 nights B&B stay in 4-star True Blue Bay Resort, ATOL protection and a free £154 donation to the charity of your choice!
True Blue Bay Boutique Resort is a convenient five-minute drive from the Maurice Bishop International Airport and within walking distance of St. George’s University. The world-famous white-sand Grand Anse beach, along with restaurants, supermarkets and banks, is located just a five-minute drive away. True Blue Bay is a family-owned and operated, climate-smart boutique resort. Created and designed by the owners, of the Fielden family, it offers a Caribbean-chic ambience and a colourful and relaxed tropical atmosphere. We are all family here at the Resort, experience more of True Blue Bay, whether you are in Grenada for family time, romance, relaxing by the pool or some soft adventure, we have something for everyone!
Welcome to Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean, a hidden gem with unspoiled beauty offering a lifestyle so pure and authentic that visitors will feel instantly renewed. Famed for aromatic spices, organic chocolate, and warm, friendly people, the tri-island destination of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique is the Caribbean travellers search for. Find out more here.
Arrive in Grenada and check in to a sustainable eco-lodge or eco-friendly hotel for your stay.
Afternoon: Visit Belmont Estate, a historic plantation committed to sustainable agriculture. Take a tour to learn about cocoa and nutmeg production and indulge in organic, locally sourced meals at its restaurant.
Morning: Head to the Grand Etang National Park for a guided hike through the rainforest, witnessing diverse flora and fauna, and the picturesque Grand Etang Lake.
Afternoon: Visit the Grenada Chocolate Company, known for its sustainable and organic chocolate-making process. Learn about bean-to-bar production and enjoy ethically sourced chocolate treats.
Morning: Take a boat tour to the underwater sculpture park, an eco-friendly dive site that promotes marine life preservation and supports coral growth.
Afternoon: Enjoy lunch at a farm-to-table restaurant, such as De Big Fish, which emphasises locally caught and sustainable seafood.
Morning: Explore the Levera National Park and Levera Beach, a protected area for leatherback turtles. If the timing is right (usually from March to August), you might witness turtles nesting or hatching.
Afternoon: Visit the River Antoine Rum Distillery, known for using traditional and eco-friendly methods to produce its rum.
Morning: Head to the Laura Herb and Spice Garden to learn about Grenada’s rich spice heritage and organic farming practices.
Afternoon: Dine at the Spice Island Beach Resort’s Sea and Surf Terrace & Bar, which follows a farm-to-table concept, showcasing local ingredients and sustainable seafood.
Morning: Join a responsible snorkelling tour with local operators that prioritise marine conservation and educate visitors about the delicate ecosystem.
Afternoon: Visit the House of Chocolate, an educational centre that promotes sustainable cocoa farming and supports local artisans.
Morning: Explore the Mt. Hartman Dove Sanctuary, a protected area for endangered birds. Enjoy a peaceful morning birdwatching and connecting with nature.
Afternoon: End your trip with a visit to True Blue Bay Resort’s Dodgy Dock restaurant, which focuses on sustainable practices, sourcing from local farmers and reducing waste
Price is correct as of 25/08/2023
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