Finding abundance in the sun, spices, and mesmerizing beaches is the ultimate vibe of living in Grenada. The world-class cocoa, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg are one of the most famous spices in Grenada.
And moving to Grenada will add spice to your life! So, what’s it like to move to Grenada? Many expats share positive experiences of living on this lovely island with friendly people and stunningly beautiful nature.
Probably the first thing you’ll notice in Grenada is the temperature. Its land is rich in rainforests, dwarf forests, and mountains, ranging from 24 to 30 Celsius during the day. Although you can often see cooling winds, the steady temperatures are always on the warmer side, so it’s good to inform yourself about the weather before relocating to Grenada.
To learn more about the lifestyle and the overall living experience in Grenada, please check the facts below about living in the country.
You Can Obtain a Second Passport in Grenada
Believe it or not, there’s an option to obtain dual citizenship and become a Grenadian citizen. You can participate in the Citizenship by Investment program and secure your Grenada passport. There are two ways you can do this, either by donating a particular sum to the National Government Fund or investing in real estate property. Both can take you on the application journey of becoming a citizen.
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Grenada is Known as ‘The House of Chocolate’
Did you know that there is a House of Chocolate in Grenada where you can learn more about the chocolate-making process? So, if you relocate to this beautiful country, your daily meals will be accompanied by a bar of chocolate each time you’d like something sweet.
Everyday Will Be a Vacation
Grenada is known for its idyllic beaches, mesmerizing landscapes, and exotic shores. It’s filled with amazing coastlines with one of the most famous beaches being Grand Anse Beach.
When living in Grenada you can plan a perfect weekend staycation, and can book a hotel to spend your time on this amazing beach.
You’ll Be Surrounded By Nature
One of the best things when living in Grenada is that you’ll be surrounded by nature everywhere you go. For travelers who want to explore a bit further, the Mt. Carmel, Seven Sisters, and Concord Waterfalls are a perfect adventure.
Seven Sisters is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Grenada, so you can sign up for a tour and hit the trails of waterfall exploration.
Grenada is Famous for Its Rum
If you decide to relocate to Grenada, you can expect to find some of the best rum punch mixes there. There are several rum distilleries in Grenada where the alcohol is produced locally and exported globally. Living in Grenada and not tasting the rum is like you’ve never lived there!
The Caribbean region is the only place where you’d get hot weather all year round. The temperatures are consistent and the annual average is 88 Fahrenheit. It’s perfect for lovers of sunshine and warm weather.
Although it’s basically hot and humid all year round, also keep in mind that you’ll need to adjust to the seasonal changes when traveling to this part of the world since it can be quite humid and rainy occasionally. There is a relatively cool season which runs from December to March and with the rainy season (and potential hurricanes) from June to November.
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Great for Watersports
Grenada is surrounded by turquoise, clear waters, rich coral reefs, and endemic sea life. It’s only reasonable to explore the country via watersports. Scuba diving is a perfect watersport in Grenada. The islands are extremely beautiful underneath, so a scuba diving excursion will take you to the coral reefs where you’d get to enjoy majestic views.
There are more than 30 dive sites on the Grenadian coast where you can enjoy your activities. Furthermore, you can take a boat and sail across the islands while witnessing the vibrant coral reefs and the historical shipwrecks.
You’ll Have Rich Cultural Life
Grenada is an advocate for preserving natural landmarks. There are a lot of parks, among them Grand Etang National Park, where you can see all kinds of animals, plants, scenery, etc. Levera National Park is another option to observe the landmarks, walk around and admire nature.
Additionally, there are a lot of music festivals taking place in Grenada each year. Such a festival is Carriacou Marron and Music Festival, represented by various artists and bands. Grenada is rich in history and culture, starting from its origins. The Carib people are descendants of the Taino tribes who became permanent residents in Grenada in 1000 C.E.
Do You Want to Learn More?
If you haven’t learned enough from this article, we’d recommend you check our blog for more information about Grenada and the Caribbean region. Or learn more on how to prepare for relocating to a different country.
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