Grenada is a small Caribbean island, located in the West Indies. Known as one of the smallest independent countries in the western hemisphere, Grenada neighbours include Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago. The country's economy continues to grow robustly by continued construction and sustained increase in tourism.
Grenada has a largely tourism-based, small, open economy. Over the past two decades, the economy has shifted slightly from one which relies on agriculture, now to a more services-dominant one. The country's principal exports are spices such as nutmeg and mace, as well as cocoa, citrus fruits and bananas. Manufacturing industries in Grenada operate on a small scale.
Set around a horseshoe-shaped harbour, the capital of Grenada, St. George's offers rich architecture as well as a plethora of bars, boutiques and restaurants. with beautiful beaches and exceptional diving, snorkelling, sailing and swimming. The islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique make for an incredible day trip.
Growth within Grenada reached 6.2% in 2022, which was mostly driven by tourism and construction activity.
Capital: Saint George's
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Dominant Religion: Christianity
Time Zone: (UTC -4)
Main Exports: Nutmeg and spice products, cocoa, citrus fruits and bananas
Internet Domain: .gd
International Dial Code: +1-473