securely. Read more to learn what you can see and do after booking one of our Grenada flights.The high season in Grenada is in the winter months, between January and April. During this time, Grenada experiences surge in tourism, and both airfare and room rates rise. The best time to book Grenada flights is in the month of December, as it is a month sandwiched between the departure of the rainy season and the arrival of the winter crowds. For bargain hunters, looking for cheap flights to Grenada, summer is the time to visit, between May and November. However, summer and fall usher in regular rainfall and the constant threat of hurricane, so visit only if you can bear that weather.
Grenada is served by Maurice Bishop International Airport, earlier called Point Salines International Airport. The airport is located in the parish of St. George's, and is operated by Grenada Airports Authority. Airlines like Air Canada Rouge, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Virgin Atlantic operate flights to Grenada from destinations that include Miami, London, New York, Barbadosand more.Places of Interest in Grenada
Grenada is a group of three larger islands, and several tiny islands in the Caribbean. It is known as "the Spice Island" for its plentiful reserve of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, and cocoa that flourishes in its fertile volcanic soil. The gorgeous Grenada is also known for being the paradise of idyllic sandy beaches, rolling hills, wildlife sanctuaries, lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and prolific spice plantations.Diving and Snorkeling
Nicknamed as the ‘Wreck Diving Capital of the Eastern Caribbean’, Grenada boasts of over 30 diving and snorkeling sites for both advanced divers and novices. Challenge the adventurer in you by trying out diving here and experience the eclectic and exotic underwater life.Levera National Park
Spread across 450 acres of land, Levera National Park is coastal parkland where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. The verdant park features picture-perfect beach, extensive mangrove swamp, magnetizing lagoon housing abundance of bird species including black-necked stilts, and common snipes. There are also outstanding coral reefs and sea grass beds sheltering lobsters and other fantastic marine inhabitants.Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve
For hiking and trekking, head for Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve that offers picturesque rainforest scenery and rewarding hikes. The popular hikes here include the Shoreline Trail around Grand Etang Lake, the Mount Qua Qua Trail and more. One of the focal points of the park is the beautiful crater-formed Grand Etang Lake.