As is the case in most Caribbean locales, Grenada’s tropical climate means it is coolest during the dry season (January-May) and warmer in the rainy season (June-December). It can still rain during the dry season but those rains usually last an hour or less.
When to fly to Grenada
The beginning and end of the dry season (January and May) are the ideal times to travel to Grenada.
Getting around Grenada
Taxis are readily accessible in the capital of St. George’s, or visitors can rent cars. Buses (crowded vans carrying 15+ people) with designated routes can be found in the centre of town on Melville Street.
Grenada insider information
Grenada is actually a chain of islands centered around three major islands: Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique. Ferry services run between the three islands, or visitors can charter boats through their hotels or by visiting the Grenada Yacht Club. The natural beauty of the islands and the idyllic Caribbean surrounding is what makes a trip to Grenada, so island hopping is strongly recommended.