The spice isle gets its fair share of scuba divers because it is home to the biggest wreck dive in the Caribbean and also many fine divesites including an underwater sculpture park by Jason Taylor.
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Grenada is also known as the Spice Isle after its nutmeg.Unfortunately the development of all inclusive hotels though not distasteful has left a hole. With a big lacking of budget or even medium priced places to stay means that Grande Anse Beach is hard to enjoy unless you are all inclusive. The independent options for nightlife and restaurants in this area is also limited to almost none. Thankfully you can enjoy the diving and if you need some of that other stuff then you can visit Carriacou by ferry stay and enjoy a totally different feeling. Resorts have begun to move away from Grand Anse but there is a big lack of independent options alongside nice beaches with that village feeling we all love. Sorry Grenada isn't backpacker friendly, they say the prices never dropped since the cricket world cup came here. Having said that you should enjoy the town St George and a rainforrest tour, the interior of Grenada is beautiful St George's market is also nice but get across to Carriacou for the best secluded beaches and more intimate places to stay, you will really feel like you are in the lost Caribbean then.