One of the most memorable experiences you want to have as a newlywed apart from your wedding day is where and how you intend to spend your honeymoon. Grenada which is located in the Caribbean provides many options for a honeymoon on land or at sea.
Loop Caribbean for #WeddingWeek sought the expertise of Khadine Francis, Founder and Wedding Specialist of Beautiful Weddings Grenada for the many ways newlyweds can spend their honeymoon in Grenada.
Beautiful Weddings Grenada has been in operation for the past eight years and provides services for both local and destination weddings.
Here are some ways to spend your honeymoon in Grenada in no particular order:
There are options based on a couple’s budget for a traditional hotel-based honeymoon package in Grenada. The costs vary and the couple will just have to decide what they want out of the experience. Some of the most notable stays can be found at the following:
Spice Island Beach Resort
If you’re not into crowds or prefer to not stay at a full-fledged hotel, there are similar accommodations in the form of private villas. This is one way to avoid being surrounded by other guests on your honeymoon. Some recommended places include:
This luxury boutique resort in St George’s offers the ideal getaway with intimate boutique villas. Each villa is uniquely designed to deliver a romantic getaway for newlyweds.
Maca Bana is also home to the well-known beachside Aquarium Restaurant.
Le Phare Bleu
This small resort located at Petite Calivigny Bay in St George’s has a nice lawn area, a marina where boats can be booked for events, a poolside deck, a restaurant as well as individual cottages and villas.
There is also an onsite Asian-themed-inspired spa for those couples that love pampering.
Grenadine Island Tour
It’s one thing to book a place to stay on your honeymoon in Grenada, but there are experiences on and off-island you should consider.
One that comes highly recommended is a Grenadine Island tour. You book a vessel which leaves Grenada that can sail you up to Carriacou, Petite Martinique, Union Island, Canouan, Tobago Cays and even Bequia.
It is an experience which can blow your mind and is highly recommended for those couples that like the water and the idea of sailing.
Book a tour or excursion
Booking tours and excursions are a must in Grenada when on your honeymoon, whether land-based or sea-based.
On land, there are many activities for newlyweds to explore including hiking, culinary experiences (farm to table), chocolate factory tours, run factory tours, romantic picnics, garden tours, dune buggy and jeep tours.
For couples who like the water, there are sunset cruises, sailing trips, fishing, snorkelling, diving or lunch on a private beach or island.
Working alongside booking agencies like Beautiful Weddings Grenada the booking of tours and excursions are part of the service offered based on the couple’s requirements and preferences.
More information from Khadine Franics of Beautiful Weddings Grenada can also be found on Facebook and Instagram.
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