Located in the southeastern Caribbean just north of Trinidad and Venezuela, the small nation state of Grenada is made up of three islands: Grenada itself, and twenty miles to the north, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
Its volcanic origin has produced a topography of great beauty and environmental variety, ranging from mountainous rainforest to dry lowlands and coastal mangroves. Springs, streams and waterfalls abound, and crater lakes mirror the sky.
The sea coasts are indented with equal variety of bays and beaches, some with black volcanic sand, some white and some black and tan.
The numerous natural harbours make these islands a haven for boating enthusiasts. Fisherman leave these fine bays daily in search of some of the finest fish available in the Caribbean.