General Information

About Grenada

Grenada is the most southerly of the Windward Islands in The Caribbean. Covering an area of 133 square miles, Grenada’s capital, St. George’s, has to be the most picturesque sight in the Caribbean. Its horseshoe-shaped harbour is surrounded by a pastel rainbow of Georgian and Victorian buildings, which reflects the Island’s diverse heritage.

The Carenage, St George's


The three islands of Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique are located within the Eastern Caribbean at the southern extremity of the Windward Islands and is only 100 miles north of Venezuela. To the north lie St. Vincent and the Grenadines and to the south lie Trinidad and Tobago.

View over St George's


Average temperatures range from 75ºF to 85ºF (24ºC to 30ºC), which is usually tempered by the steady and cooling trade winds and mountain breezes. The driest season is between January and May. During the rainy season, from June to December, it rarely rains for more than an hour at a time and generally not every day. Within hours, the Island is dry again.

Caribs Leap


Approximately 101,000 people inhabit Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Grenadians are predominately of African, East Indian and European descent. Grenadian people have a relaxed style and are friendly, warm, welcoming, engaging and accommodating.

Sauteurs Beach

~ Seduced by the sun and affectionately stroked by the sea breeze... perfect for that even tan… ~

Mango Palma Offers:

  • A breathtaking and unrivalled sea view
  • Lush vegetation – in fact more green than you have ever seen!
  • Near deserted beaches and much more!!

Not far from Concord Water Falls and the fishing village of Gouyave, Mango Palma is situated within the residential area of Mt Nesbit and is within walking distance of Palmiste Beach.

Named after the majestic mango tree which sits within the garden, which has been famous over many generations, Mango Palma offers an authentic Caribbean experience, peace, comfort and a perfect base from which you can explore the entire Island.

Failing that, you can just sit in tranquillity on any of the many verandahs, look at the sea, allow yourself to be rejuvenated and watch the world go by…