Facts About Grenada
Grenada "Isle of Spice", Carriacou and Petit Martinique are commonly called the tri island state. In addition there are several smaller offshore uninhabited islands and islets which are under the jurisdiction of Grenada situated in the southern Caribbean 90 miles north of Trinidad and 158 miles east of Barbados.
The islands are volcanic in origin, covering approximately 120 square miles. The highest peak is Mt. Catherine 2,756 feet. Most of the main island is carpeted by thick lush evergreen forest, while the surrounding shores are bathed by crystal clear waters.