The tri-island state’s hotel choices include a range of properties, from high-end luxury resorts to more authentic, off-the-beaten-track boutique stays including Spice Island Resort, Silversands, Mt Edgecombe and Petite Anse.
Sheena Paton, Kuoni’s senior programme manager, said: “Having visited the island recently, Grenada is perfect for our clients with superb beaches in the south combined with the contrast of a lush, rugged north side with rainforest, waterfalls and hiking trails. It’s an exciting part of how we want to position the Caribbean, as a premium destination rich in culture and diverse landscapes, perfect for honeymoons and other special occasion trips.”
The operator has also introduced a new range of experiences designed to allow visitors to submerge themselves in the authentic side of the destination, from rainforest walks to spice tasting days and island history tours.
Petra Roach, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, said: “We want to thank Kuoni for their confidence in Grenada as a destination, and for providing our UK visitors with more flexibility and choice when it comes to visiting us. It’s an honour to be featured in Kuoni’s diverse portfolio, as the brand is synonymous with bespoke, luxury holidays.”
A 10-night twin-centre stay, with seven nights at the five-star Spice Island Beach Resort on an all-inclusive basis and three nights at the four-star Mount Edgecombe Plantation, on B&B basis, starts from £3899pp for selected departures on British Airways from London Gatwick in June 2023.