‘The Spice Island’
Grenada , with its unspoiled landscapes, has the perfect balance, appealing to the interest of adventure lovers, beach dwellers, or couples looking for a romantic destination.
The island gained its independence from Britain in 1974 & lies at the end of the Grenadines, 515 miles northeast of Venezuela. It has been an important part of the Caribbean for centuries, having earned the name “the Spice Island” for its wealth of nutmeg, allspice, clove and cinnamon
On this picturesque and petite island, you can go for a swim in the crystal clear waters of Grand Anse Beach to trekking through the rainforest of Seven Sisters Waterfalls, all within a day.
The English-speaking nation has some of the friendliest people in the Caribbean, so, even if you happen to get lost, you will surely encounter other aspects of vibrant culture and hospitality.
Citizenship by Investment is often included with the purchase of a property on the island, with the opportunity to pursue dual Grenadian Citizenship through the island’s citizenship by investment program.