Grenada is preserved and exotic and, it astounds visitors with its wildly jagged mountain peaks, hidden coves, spice plantations, and lush verdant rainforests. Its beaches are idyllic, with white or golden sand, palm trees, and the delicate aroma of the island’s native spices.

The nation of Grenada

The nation of Grenada is composed of three key islands: Grenada and its sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Each is beautiful and rich in culture, historic sites, fresh culinary delights, and much more. Carriacou is only a 90-minute boat ride from St. George’s, the nation’s capital city.

Its largest exports include nutmeg, cocoa beans, fish, and wheat flours of which Grenada is the world’s second-largest producer. Grenada’s tourism sector is greatly expanding, with the island continuing to take more and more shares of the market for Caribbean tourism. Much of this expansion is due to foreign direct investment. Grenada’s passport allows visa free travel to more than 135 countries, including all European Union countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Caribbean and Commonwealth Nations, Russia, as well as an opportunity to obtain the USA E-2 visa. The option to apply as an investor in the United States "exclusive E-2 visa program".