- 1.- Grenada Bar Hop - Looking for a tour to dive into on your first night? Grenada’s cultural influences shine bright on our bar hop tour experience. On this tour, you will get to know each of its spices and how they’re grown in the gardens of locals on the island. You will also learn about the manufacturing process of jellies, jams, syrups, and liqueries with the chance to purchase items to take back home as souvenirs.
- 2.- Spice Garden Tour - Everyone’s favorite part of Grenada is its mix of spices used in its cuisine with origins from many parts of the world. On this tour, you will get to know each of its spices and how they’re grown in the gardens of locals on the island. You will also learn about the manufacturing process of jellies, jams, syrups, and liqueries with the chance to purchase items to take back home as souvenirs.
- 3.- Art & Craft Tour - Grenada’s arts and crafts shops are famous for their authentic artifacts and souvenirs that visitors love to purchase to support the locals and bring gifts back home to their friends and family. On this tour, you will dive into the cultristic and art of Grenada by visiting a boutique workshop where you can find colorful fabrics made into souvenirs, an art museum in St. Georges, and finally an art studio and gallery dedicated to local Grenada artists plus an opportunity to meet them.
- 4.- Gouyave Fish Friday - One of our favorite ways to dive into culture is to test out the local food. If you don’t already know, Grenada is known for its seafood cuisine, specifically it’s fish. Heading to Gouyave to enjoy it’s fish on Friday is a common thing the locals love to do and it has also become a huge tourist attraction over the years. Our Friday tour takes you to Gouyave to dive into this cultural experience firsthand, with authentic flavors of the seafood along with streets filled with food and music.
All in all, Grenada is a melting pot for civilizations from many parts of the world. The country is influenced by multiple cultures from West Indian, French, British, and African cultures. When you visit the island, you can truly get to dive in and learn about how each culture influences the overall atmosphere of the island and the home feeling it gives each of its visitors that steps foot on the island. Are you ready to plan your next vacation to Grenada?
Head over to our “things to do” page and start booking your cultural experiences in Grenada!