Casual explorers discover the wonders of Grand Anse Bay on paddle board, kayak or sailboat. Snorkelers marvel at undersea encounters with colorful tropical fish in the turquoise waters just off the beach. Or while away the afternoon over a lively game of horseshoes or giant chess in the garden. For the adventurous traveler, a hike through the lush rainforest satisfies the wanderlust.
There is a host of activities on property at Mount Cinnamon Resort, you may never want to venture out filling your days with fun, sun-filled and soul-soothing activities.
- Sparkling Swimming Pool
- Tennis Court
- Private Beach Club
- Kayaks, Paddle Boards, Sailing on Hobie Cats
- Masks & Snorkels
- Croquet, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes, Giant Garden Chess
- Table Tennis
- Beach Volley Ball Court
- Daily Yoga Classes
- Montessori Kids Club (seasonal and based on demand)
- Fitness Center
The sunny skies with the cooling breezes of Grenada Island make it enjoyable for you to experience a variety of excursions and tours. The unspoiled landscape is awash with magnificent flora and fauna. With bougainvillea as the national flower, nature’s beautiful colors are found around every turn.
- Scuba / Reef Diving
- Boat Excursions
- Game Fishing
- River Tubing
- Visiting & Swimming in Waterfalls
- Mountain Biking
- Plantation Tours
- Rainforest & Park Visits
- Whale & Dolphin Watching
Ranked as one of the top 10 dive locations of the world, Grenada, The Isle of Spice, is THE place for diving in the Caribbean.
Grenada’s pristine marine environment is home to several policed and protected coral reefs, an extensive diversity of tropical fish and the world’s first underwater sculpture park.
Mount Cinnamon and Dive Grenada invite you to join us to explore the colors, corals, wrecks and sculptures in this most comprehensive of dive locations.
Diving with Dive Grenada
Join Dive Grenada for a spectacular range of reef, wreck, drift and photographic diving, all just 10 minutes by boat from their Padi 5 Star Dive Center located at Mount Cinnamon.
Dive Grenada prides themselves on friendliness, flexibility, expertise and safety. They offer a personal touch to your diving experience in Grenada. Dive in small groups to enjoy relaxed, uncrowded and pristine diving conditions. Choose from three daily guided recreational dive trips or pierce the ocean darkness on an adventure night dive. They also offer PADI certified dive training from beginners to advanced divers wishing to take their skills to the next fathom.
Snorkel the beautiful shores of Grenada with the safety and experience of the Dive Grenada professional team. All of Dive Grenada’s snorkel trips are to Marine Protected Areas which include Grenada’s world famous Underwater Sculpture Park, Dragon Bay and Flamingo Bay.
Please make note that, as a small dive shop with a great reputation, Dive Grenada’s schedule fills up quickly. Advance booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment. Dive Grenada is closed for the month of June each year.
Grenada prides itself on its pristine beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters. Swimming, snorkeling and diving are not only spectacular, but are safely protected by the existence of reef formations which shield the islands. There is fine game fishing around the Island for Marlin, Tuna and Sailfish.
These diving waters are completely unspoiled with lots of fascinating shipwrecks and reefs to explore. A vast array of marine life can be found here including moray eels, angelfish, octopus, sea-horses and many others. From November through May, over 15 species of whales are found here including Killer, Humpback and Sei.
Grenada boasts the world’s first, unique underwater sculpture park, a short boat-ride from St George’s. Snorkel or dive around this well-regarded museum of modern art created by British artist, Jason de Caires Taylor. Named among the Top 25 Wonders of the World by National Geographic, this is the definition of aquatic life.
FLORA AND FAUNA
The unspoiled, verdant landscape of Grenada is awash with magnificent fauna and flora. Locals recognize the importance of preserving the natural beauty of the country, as many to this day, rely on the land for their livelihoods. With much of the island designated as National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries, the tropical climate ensures a year-round, tropical blaze of color.
A wealth of tropical fruits, spices and vegetables are used in the local cuisine and are widely cultivated around the Island, including nutmeg, bananas, cocoa and mango as well as lesser known herbs and spices such as black sage and lemon grass. The colorful national flower, bougainvillea is bountiful throughout the Island.
PARKS AND RAINFORESTS
Almost one fifth of the Island’s terrain is preserved as national parkland or wildlife sanctuaries. The land rises steeply from the coast to a peak of almost 3,000ft encompassing a profusion of flora and fauna within extensive tropical rainforests and as you climb higher, the views back to the sea or along the coast reward every step of your journey. There are cascading mountain streams, carpets of sweetly scented wild lilies and 200ft water falls with perfectly formed natural bathing pools beneath them. Mango and coconut grow plentifully beside the trails and provide exotic refreshment along the way.
There are several areas that have been designated as preservation areas including Molinere Reef (the finest reef in Grenada), Canoe Bay (with scoria and ash deposits), Annandale Falls National Park (the oldest rock formations), Grand Etang National Park (crater lakes and endemic vegetation), Mt. St. Catherine (mud flows, hot springs and the highest peak in Grenada at 2757ft), Mt. Hope Clabony (important high quality water supply) and Lake Antoine (herbaceous swamps). After colonization, the land was sold out to estates and cultivation was pushed to the highest practicable limits in most areas.
The Government began consolidation of the National Parks and the 3800 acre, Grand Etang National Park has been protected for 85 years, preserving one of the world’s great natural rain forests. The Government and people of Grenada are dedicated to the preservation of their surroundings, as much of their wealth and culture is due to the fruit of this rich land.