Grenada is an island country located in the Caribbean Sea, consisting of the island of Grenada and six smaller islands. It is located northwest of Trinidad and Tobago and south of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The capital and largest city is St. George’s. The official language is English and the currency is the East Caribbean dollar. The government is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarchy. The current Prime minister is Keith Mitchell.
Grenada has a rich history, with the island being inhabited by the indigenous Arawaks and Caribs prior to the arrival of Europeans in the 15th century. The island was later colonized by the French and the British, and gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1974.
Grenada is known for its natural beauty, including its white-sand beaches, lush rainforests, and beautiful waterfalls. The island is also known for its spices, particularly nutmeg, which is one of its main agricultural products. Grenada also has a rich culture and a variety of festivals, such as the Grenada Chocolate Festival and the Grenada Carnival.
The economy of Grenada is primarily based on tourism, agriculture, and construction. The island is a popular tourist destination for its natural beauty and warm climate, and the government has been investing in the development of the tourism industry. Fishing and forestry are also significant industries in the country.
The population of Grenada is around 112,000 people, and is composed of a mix of African, Indian, and European heritage. The official language is English, but many people also speak a Creole language known as Grenadian Creole.