We will still be the same company, just re-branded. The same owners, the same staff, all the things you like about us will stay the same.
On a hillside in Grenada sits a handful of delightful villas, amidst the tropical trees of a hidden garden. Hardwood decks from the forests of Guyana are finished with twisted local Cedar balustrades and bamboo screens sheltering you from the sea breeze. Set into these decks are private massaging hot tubs overlooking the ocean.
Every villa is cleverly oriented to have sea views whilst also being set amidst lush gardens, planted for maximum privacy and delight. Each villa is named for its surrounding flora and themed accordingly within, Pineapple Villa, Avocado Villa and Pawpaw... literally pick your fruit right from the tree!
The garden's tropical flowers and fruit trees attract butterflies, hummingbirds, bananaquits, white egrets and the occasional hawk. Herons live on the cliff-side and Pelicans visit annually every winter, you may be lucky and catch a sight of all of these wild birds!
You have a choice of aqua fulfillment too - your own private hot tub, the infinity-edge swimming pool or the big blue. Dive in to the Caribbean Sea, palm-fringed and stretching turquoise to the horizon. We wish to provide every amenity for your comfort within, but a tropical Eden for your soul outside..., Maca Bana, imagine Grenada, a virginal garden where one can relax in peace and tranquility.
From Maca Bana's decks the Aquarium restaurant and bar on the beach is one minutes walk away.
This holiday retreat is for those of you who like independence, spontaneity and privacy... no routines to follow, no schedules or times to stick to. Come and go as you please, eat-in, eat-out.
Or request a Chef from the world-renowned kitchen of The Aquarium Restaurant to come with a basket of fresh produce and cook just for you, clean-up and leave you to relax over a glass of our finest wine... Tailor-make your vacation, because you can make this holiday evolve into your own adventure!
Maca Bana is leading the way for green tourism in Grenada. The houses already have solar water heaters, but the addition of solar panels in the roofs of the villas shows its commitment to ecology. There is also an organic nursery and fruit tree orchard, using recycled water and compost from the kitchen waste collection.
Also included, airport transfers and welcome fridge stock with groceries for first breakfast.