With tours ranging from three to six hours, a trip with Sunhunters Buggy Tours is undoubtedly the best way to get quite literally off the beaten track in Grenada. Bounding over rugged terrain, your sturdy two-seater will take you deep into otherwise-inaccessible parts of the island where natural beauty awaits in the form of rainforest vistas, waterfalls and more.
St. George, www.sunhuntersgrenada.com
Boat-building was once the lifeblood of Grenada’s sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique – history you’ll surely appreciate as you get cosy on the deck of one of Savvy’s Sailing Charters’ swish sailing boats. You’ll also appreciate the cool, crystal waters, world-class snorkelling and lush sunset.
Love your liquor? Head to Rumboat Retreat in Mount Nesbit where rum connoisseur Lisette Davis will get you acquainted with the sugarcane spirit. Guided tastings explore pairing rum with chocolate and cigars in lush surroundings, accompanied by a sobering sea breeze.
Mount Nesbit, St. John, www.rumboatretreat.com
From sunken wrecks to the famous Purple Rain reef, there’s plenty for divers to explore in Grenada. Aquanauts offers packages for all levels of ability, plus a few offbeat alternatives – anyone for Scuba Yoga?
Grand Anse, www.aquanautsgrenada.com
For an enviable panorama of paradise, charge your capture equipment of choice and head to Grenada’s three lofty historic forts in the capital city, St. George’s. Forts George, Frederick and Matthew each have their own compelling history, and ought to leave you spooked, enlightened and impressed all at once.