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Cabier Ocean Lodge and Two Bays

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A unique romantic Cabier wedding will be exactly as you dreamt.

Sailing-trip combination offer for those who cannot get enough of Pirates of the Caribbean and wish to sail and dive in these beautiful waters.

Your own home in the Island in the Sun.
We have land for sale beside Grenada`s most beautiful beaches.

Be well prepared for your holiday in Grenada…

Where to find GRENADA
"The Isle of Spice"

Grenada is the most southerly of the Windward Islands, one of the savest of the Caribbean islands and it is 21 miles long and 12 miles wide. Located only 150 miles North of Venezuela and 250 miles South West of Barbados.
Sister Isles: Carriacou, Petite Martinique, and St. Vincent.

Time zone

GMT/UTH -6/5 Germany 14:00 in the afternoon = Grenada 8:00 in the morning

Best time to go?

With its warm climate, there really isn’t a bad time to visit in Grenada – temperatures range up to the overage 29-31° C. The dry season is between December and May but this also the main tourist season with higher rates for flights and accommodation. In the rainy season from June to November you will find the island in very green with more flowers and fruits with a rain mostly in the night or short showers followed by bright sunshine that does everything in minutes.
The most romantic time you could experience in Cabier is the time around full moon. Then you will see thousands of glittering sparkling light in the sea when the moon is rising out of the ocean.

If you like to party then choose the first two weeks in August – because Grenada’s biggest event is the carnival with costumes, music and of course rum and local food all the way around St.Georges harbor.

Grenada is located at around latitude 12 ° N and 61 ° 45 W which puts Grenada in the path of the Easterly Trade winds, this what makes the Windward Islands perfect for sailing. Check out our stay and sail offer. The wind perfectly cools all our guestrooms, villas and apartments naturally. We also have some allocations with air-conditioning and ceiling fans.

Do not forget to bring from home: Hiking sandals, flashlight, “No Bite” Mosquito spray or mosquito milk if you get it, sun screen, hat or cap.

230 V 50 HZ English Plugs – we have adapters for European Plugs, 110 Volt transformers available.

1 US$ = 2,67 East Caribbean Dollars (EC$) for cash,
Cash machines are available in Grenville and St.Georges.

Info from the Lonely Planet about average prices on the island:
meals: low US$ 10, mid US$ 10-25, high US$ 25-35
rooms: low US$ 30-100, mid US$ 100-200, high US$ 200-500, deluxe US$ 500+35

Country dialing code:
from America 1-473 from other countries 001-473

How to get around in Grenada?

By Bus:
By far the cheapest way to get around is by bus. These privately owned but government regulated minivans cram in as many people as possible, drive very fast and plays loud reggae, raga and soca. Don’t be intimidated, however, as they’re also great fun and safe and the locals are very friendly!
Buses run from 6 am – 8 pm daily, with a less frequent service on Sundays and holidays. Routes run from the main terminal at the market in St.George’s to cover the entire island. Simply ask the driver which bus to get on. There are regular bus stops and you can also flag one down at any point along the way, and with their constant honking, you’ll always know when they are around.

Transportation: flights, rentals, transfers, ferries

The "Captain’s" dinner table

E njoy “the love affair with food” on our terrace restaurant situated over the ocean. Here you have the chance to meet people from UK, Canada, US, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Netherlands, France, Hungaria, West Indies, and … most other places.

Self Catering rooms:
At the moment we can offer nine fully equipped with a kitchenette.

Most of our big Supermarkets are open until 7 pm, the Real value Supermarket in the Spiceland Mall (Grand Anse until 9 pm weekdays and also open on Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. There are local shops in Grenville and a bakery in Crochu village. If you are self catering with us Bruno go to Grenville several times a week to shop and can take you with them if you like. Alternatively you can take the bus from Crochu village.

No extra vaccinations are necessary. There are no poisoness insects or snakes to be found on the island and tap water is safe to drink.

English (Official); French Patois as an alternative in the villages.
In our Cabier Ocean Lodge we speak French, English and German

891 sq km.= 344 sq miles


53 % Roman Catholic, 13,8 % Anglican, 33,2 Protestant

Government: Governor and Prime Minister and Ministers – elections every 4 years.

More information about Grenada:

Reiseguides: Grenadaexplorer, Grenadagrenadines, Doitcaribbean

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