WHAT TO BRING
Cool casual clothing, and sun-screen is good for daytime.
At night, dress up just a bit more: long pants/trousers for men are a must, as most hotels and restaurants require them at dinner.
Out of respect for the local sense of propriety, revealing clothing and swim-suits should not be worn in the streets or stores.
Insect repellent, appropriate shoes and long jeans are best for hiking. If you are keen on snorkeling, bring your own masks, snorkels and fins, so as not to be disappointed with the limited equipment available.
WEATHER / LINKS
Average temperatures in Grenada range from 75°F to 85°F (24°C to 30°C) year ’round.
The driest season is from January to May. Even during the “rainy season” showers generally last only a few minutes and most days are bright and sunny. Showers lasting in excess of an hour are the exception.
LINKS TO CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS:
Caribbean Horizons offers return airport transfers for individuals and groups as well as meet and greet services – contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- January 1 – New Years Day
- February 7 – Independence Day
- April 3 – Good Friday
- May 1 – Labour Day
- May 25 – Whit Monday
- June 4 – Corpus Christi
- August 3 – Emancipation Day
- August 10 – Carnival Monday
- August 11 – Carnival Tuesday
- September 1 – Kirani Day*
- October 25 – Thanksgiving Day
- December 25 – Christmas Day
- December 26 – Boxing Day
April 6 – Easter Monday
*Not a public holiday