From rain forests to harbours, the beauty of this Caribbean island is not to be missed
A view of the St. George's horseshoe-shaped harbour in Grenada, as seen from Fort George. The harbour, with its Carenage waterfront area, is often described as the prettiest in the Caribbean.
A quiet moment on Grand Anse beach in Grenada: The three-kilometre white-sand beach on the Caribbean Sea is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.
Crabback is a popular dish in Grenada, and there is no better place to enjoy it than at BB's Crabback in St. George's. The dish is a mix of fresh crabmeat mixed with exotic herbs, wine and cheese served in a crab shell.
A view the hillside homes in St. George's, Grenada, as seen from the Caribbean Sea.
Plumeria, also known as frangipani, is a common flower in the Caribbean island of St. George's. The flowers have a lovely, delicate fragrance.
The "sunset pool" at the Grenada Grand Beach Resort.
A split open cocoa pod reveals the raw cocoa beans inside. The Grenada Chocolate Company turns organic cocoa beans into delicious chocolate bars and cocoa powder.
A popular activity in Grenada is a hike to the Seven Sisters waterfalls, which lie deep in the rain forest of Grand Etang National Park, a short drive from St. George's.
The rain forest of Grenada's Grand Etang National Park is rich with lush foliage, including spice plants, banana treees, palm trees, pineapple plants and more.
As the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea, a fishing boat heads home to a Grenada harbour.