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Grenada is a small Caribbean country made of a constellation of small islands and a much larger island where the country's capital, St George’s sits. A Caribbean cruise on a small ship or sailboat is considered the best way to explore the turquoise waters, expansive beaches, rich marine life, and dense culture of the Caribbean. On a small sailboat or small luxury ship with only 24-60 passengers aboard, you can access small coves, reefs, and ports that are impossible to access on a large cruise ship carrying hundreds of passengers. Get to know the picturesque beaches with beautiful white sand and the Caribbean Sea while enjoying one of Grenada's highlights, the underwater sculptures. Or visit one of Grenada's many beaches like Grand Anse Beach, Sandy Island, or Morne Rouge. Contact our travel experts to start planning your Grenada trip today!
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The Best Time to Visit Grenada

Between late November and December is the best time to visit Grenada. The temperature is warm with averages around 75-80 (24-27 Celsius) and there aren't too many crowds as the high season is just commencing. At the end of November you may experience a few rainy days; but they're infrequent and don't last long. Lodging and flight prices will also be less expensive during these months.

Between January and April is the most popular time to visit Grenada. The temperature is hot with averages in the mid 80's (around 29 Celsius). Everything on the island will be in full swing but this is the high season so hotels and activities will be at their most expensive. Additionally, there will be crowds throughout the popular destinations on the islands.

Between May and mid-November crowds go down and some hotels will be closed as the country begins preparing for hurricane season which lasts from July until September. That being said, some hotels in Grenada are still open with extremely reduced rates: but if you choose to travel during this time you should expect a lot of rain along with fauna in its prime. If you travel, especially during these months, it's highly recommended that you purchase travel insurance for any emergencies.
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Pearls of the Caribbean: Fort-de-France Roundtrip$600$36209Dec 7, 2021Join the LLe Dumont-d'Urville on its 9-day sailing expedition to and from Fort-de-France and explore the enchanting islands in the Caribbean Sea …
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Grenadine IslandsSavings$13607Jan 2, 2022Departing from Barbados on this 7-day roundtrip Caribbean cruise aboard the Royal Clipper luxury sailing ship, this relaxing trip through the …
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Panama Canal: Barbados to PanamaSavings$350015Nov 6, 2021Starting at the Caribbean port of Bridgetown, this 15-day cruise aboard the Royal Clipper sails through the turquoise Caribbean waters en route to …
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Antigua to BarbadosSavings$23808Dec 4, 2021Royal Clipper offers the ultimate sea-going experience as you travel to the beautiful beaches and landscapes of the Caribbean. This 8-day sailing …
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Grenadine IslandsSavings$15808Dec 18, 2021On this 8-day expedition cruise, the Royal Clipper explores the Grenadine Islands. Enjoy blissful, laid-back beach days and appreciate the beauty of …
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