Hero photo © Simon Green
Rushing waterfalls and crumbling fortifications are signposts of the past, guiding us through occupations and emancipations whilst the people, their cultures, their heritages springboard us to the present, showing the journey not always left behind. To understand Grenada, one needs pass through the past and present in tandem.
Grenadian green lands and their mercurial topographies brim with life, the crystalline waters illuminating the landscape at every turn. The breadfruit and callaloo that fall from the trees brighten delicious one pot staples as the cuisine immerses diners in the island’s origins. Rum refuges and their magnificent grounds take spirit connoisseurs and their inquisitive counterparts through island crafts, presenting the promise of modern artisans and their ambitions for the future.
The heritage of Grenada is present in music, language, dance, arts – allow us to lead the way.