A list that gathers places from Grenada. Source: Geonames.
Grenada is a country in the Caribbean and consists of three major islands and numerous islets. The three major islands are Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. The capital of this Caribbean nation is Saint George's. English is the official language of the nation, while French Patois is a predominant language.
Traditions, culture, and some of the most popular places to visit Grenada is a multi-cultural country that features numerous customs and cultures from all around the world. Mostly, the culture in Grenada is a mixture of British, French, African, and the local culture of the Caribbean.
There are numerous paintings and art galleries where people can enjoy the primitive style of Grenadian paintings. There is also an underwater sculpture park in Grenada, which opened in 2006. You can see different types of sculptures by diving into the water.
Health and welfare
The health and welfare system of Grenada is decent. There are numerous healthcare centers. Both private and government hospitals are present in Grenada. The checkup and treatments in government hospitals are free, which is a great initiative taken by the government of Grenada. In recent years, the country has suffered a lot from Malaria and rabies from Mongoose due to the country's location and people not taking the recommended precautions. However, the government has introduced a local program to help the Grenadian population overcome these life-threatening diseases.
Different regions of the country experience different climates. The climate varies with the altitude. However, the country is relatively hot, and the mean average temperature here is about 28 °C. The temperature can also range from 24 °C -30°C in the daytime. The winds of winter arrive in Grenada in November and continue to blow until February. Rainfall occurs from June-December, while November is also the wettest month. Coastal districts experience 1500mm rain while the steep areas encounter approximately —3000 mm per annum.
Grenada is quite popular for its spices, such as nutmeg and fresh mace, and therefore, it is also called the Spice Isle. In addition to this, French, Asian, East Indian-inspired dishes are common in Grenada and enjoyed by tourists and locals. Being near to the coast, fish and other seafood are also popular in Grenada.
Breadfruit is one of the most eaten food in the region and is used mainly in making salads and other sweet dishes such as oil down, which is the most popular dish in Grenada.