Grenada has many beaches and all definitely worth a visit. However, if you don’t have much time to see all of them (there is around 45 beaches in Grenada), you can definitely go to Grand Anse & Morne Rouge (situated at the very end of Grand Anse and considered the best beach of the Island).
The water was so clear, clean and obviously warm! I definitely recommend this amazing place! Furthermore, Morne Rouge was not crowded at all. The beach was actually almost empty, in contrast with Grand Anse where it was really full of tourists.
We took around 20-30mins walking thru the beach of Grand Anse to get to Morne Rouge but you can obviously get a cab and get there in 5 minutes.
In order to get to Grand Anse coast, I recommend taking a water taxi from the Capital St. George, which costs around $8 one-way (per person).
When should I go to Grenada?
Grenada experiences two distinct seasons characterized by the amount of precipitation the region receives. The dry season extends from January through May, and the rest of the year would be considered rainy.
For Morne Rouge, I wore a red (Morne Rouge meaning red), pink, and blue bikini with black flowers from Calzedonia. And for Grand Anse, a white top without handles with a sea star in the middle from the same brand.
I really enjoyed Grenada, its culture, its beaches, food, and most of all, its people. I hope I will be back soon in order to share with you more wonders hidden on this Island!
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Wish you an amazing day! See you very soon for my next Journey to… Aruba!
Author: Melanie Martins
Photography: Diogo Novo