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Busy harbor in St. George.
St. George's, Grenada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Amazing horseshoe harbour in the capital, St George's. A visit here is an absolute must. A traditional bustling harbour with fishing boats, yachts, barges, you name it, all hugging the kerb. From the pavement, we spotted shoals of brightly coloured fish and lots of barracuda...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Carenage is one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in Grenada, particularly in the late afternoon, when the setting set gives a glow to all the boats and buildings in the little harbor. From the Bus Station, it's an easy 15 - 20...More

Thank Luciano L
Reviewed July 14, 2018 via mobile

Well we started a 8 hour sailing in the port next to carnage. French for the place you flip boats over and scrape barnacles off by the way... it’s pretty much the area where everything starts in town. Really 1 hour is more the enough

Thank FrancisZizzu
Reviewed May 27, 2018

The Carenage is a landmark on the island of Grenada and is a must-see when you visit the island. You can see ships bringing in goods, fishermen bringing in the catches of the day, commuters coming and going, and just your typical island city life...More

Thank kara l
Reviewed May 5, 2018

The Carenage is the main port of Grenada. Find a shady spot under the trees near the statue of Christ of the Seas, or settle in one of the many bars and restaurants. Where better to watch the local fishermen, tourist boats and water taxis...More

Thank Steve M
Reviewed April 29, 2018

I remember docking here by cruise ship in the late 80's and it was one of the most charming ports in the Caribbean. Now cruise ships dock at the cruise mall in St. George. It is worth the climb over the hill and strolling along...More

Thank CharlotteDayTripper
Reviewed April 10, 2018

Some shops, but the view of the Carenage is what is best. Boats bringing goods to the island is interesting. Stop at the statue.

Thank carldP6785UO
Reviewed March 25, 2018

Did a whirlwind thru Carenage and what a refreshing change.The breeze and scenery so nice.Carenage does its best to keep everything clean,and you can just sit at the bay and watch the boats sail or the local ambience. It is pretty safe and you can...More

Thank sattamassa
Reviewed March 14, 2018

My wife and I accessed this area via the Sendall Tunnel. It is a nice change of pace and respite from the other, busier side of town. The waterfront was fairly clean and walkable. There was however a lack of business worth visiting. We did...More

Thank MisterCheeky
Reviewed March 11, 2018

First the picture shown on top is actually not the Carenage. It is taken at the lagoon in direction to the yard club. Anyway ......unfortunately the Carenage is not what is was back then. By now a lot of businesses closed and moved over to...More

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January 27, 2016|
Response from Jayne B |
Hello just back from Grenada had a wonderful time all seems very safe all locals speak very good English seems as though its home from home as ive lived in Philippines and wounldnt let the cat or dog outside our garden