The Caribbean landmass, Grenada is one of the smallest liberated countries in the Western Hemisphere.
Grenada includes the island of the same name and six smaller islands, the main island is the largest island of the Grenadines. The interior of Grenada is predominantly mountainous, while the rivers and waterfalls are dotted with landscapes. As in most parts of the Caribbean, the weather is hot and humid during the rainy season, while it is cooler during the dry season. St. George's is the capital and largest city of Grenada and is known for its natural harbor. The country Grenada (Grenada) consists of the main island Grenada, the connected islands Carriacou and Petit Martinique as well as about 600 uninhabited islands. The islands of Grenada range from 300 m to over 600 m and are located at different heights. Its land stretches from the coastal plains of the rift to the dormant volcanic crests and valleys. The Katharinenhügel (St. Catherine's Hill) is the highest point and rises to 840 m. The lake is 700 meters above sea level and is surrounded by the island's most beautiful rainforest. The waterfall stretches across the upper reaches of Grenada and some boiling springs. The Salisbury River is the most important.
Grenada's culture comes from a variety of influences, including Africa, the Caribbean and India. Grenada has left a lasting mark - sports and, of course, language.
Anse La Roche, the island's most beautiful beach, with coral reefs nearby. The secluded beaches reach the land after half a mile hiking at the foot of the famous North Highland Mountains, which are private and untouched. Bathway is part of the adjacent village with its specialty shops and the unique rural setting of St. Patrick's Parish, a popular social spot. The ideal coral reef surrounds the swimming and snorkeling in the white sand.