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Getting There & Getting Around

By air: Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport is served by international and regional airlines from destinations throughout North America, the Caribbean, UK and Europe. Nonstop flights regularly depart for Grenada from Miami, New York, Charlotte and Toronto as well as regional cities like Bridgetown, Barbados and Port of Spain, Trinidad. Other international flights arrive weekly …

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Let’s Meditate on This

Grenada’s abundance of spa resorts includes some of the island’s best boutique hotels, offering everything from Balinese treatments in a temple surrounded by tropical gardens to ice caves and steamy hammam treatments. Yoga classes, including beach yoga and even underwater yoga for divers, are offered at many resorts, and some host week-long yoga retreats as …

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Savor Grenada

Previous Next Travelers to the Spice Island of the Caribbean will delight in indulging in a homegrown culinary culture that includes food trucks lining Wall Street in St. George’s, beach bars serving lobster and catch-of-the-day fish, a trio of cocoa plantations producing exquisite chocolate, fine dining restaurants plating refined West Indian cuisine, and private chefs …

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Romance

Grenada’s lush rainforest, beautiful beaches and shimmering waters make a perfect backdrop for a Caribbean destination wedding or a quiet ceremony among close friends and family…or just the couple themselves. A beach wedding is always a popular choice, of course, and a toes-in-the-sand ceremony with cocktail hour and reception can be arranged. The beautiful beaches …

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Paradise Found

Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique are fringed by more than 45 beautiful beaches, including white-sand shorelines on the Caribbean coast and black volcanic sands lapped by Atlantic Ocean waters. Even the most popular beaches offer plenty of elbow room on these uncrowded islands, and it’s more than possible for visitors to find a deserted beach …

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Instagram-worthy

Previous Next Grenada is a treat for the eyes as well as the palate, and the unique, amazing and Instagram-worthy images visitors can share with the world include: Pods of dolphins escorting the ferry from Grenada to Carriacou “The Carenage,” St. George’s horseshoe-shaped harbor surrounded by colorful homes and buildings An ancient water wheel crushing …

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Room to Explore

The main island of Grenada is rich in both natural beauty and history, with petroglyphs at Duquesne Bay dating back to the time of the Arawak people. French and English forts as well as great houses stand as reminders of the centuries-long struggle by European powers to control the island. At just 133 square miles …

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Footsteps Through History

Previous Next Grenada’s mountainous interior, black-sand beaches and hot springs offer evidence of the island’s volcanic origins, and clients can even hike to the mysteriously deep Grand Etang Lake, which fills what was the caldera of an ancient volcano. The first inhabitants of the island, which lies about 100 miles off the coast of South …

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Let’s Do it Now: Why Grenada, Why Now

At a time when healthy travel equates to happy travel, Grenada and its sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique shine with an abundance of outdoor activities, nourishing farm-to-table dining, boutique hotels and individualized experiences, as well as a commitment to safety that has held the island’s COVID-19 rates to levels far lower than neighboring …

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Welcome 473 Connect Ambassadors

Dear 473 Connect Ambassador, Greetings from your lovely island home of Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique – The Spice of the Caribbean. We at the Grenada Tourism Authority are very excited to launch this initiative where we celebrate the outstanding work you have done in promoting our islands to your friends, colleagues, and extended family. …

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Welcome

Dear Travel Advisor, Greetings from Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique – The Spice of the Caribbean. Thank you so much for taking the time to register for our Grenada Travel Expert training course, designed to better equip you with the knowledge and tools to recommend Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique to your clients, whilst at …

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Footsteps Through History

Previous Next Grenada’s mountainous interior, black-sand beaches and hot springs offer evidence of the island’s volcanic origins, and clients can even hike to the mysteriously deep Grand Etang Lake, which fills what was the caldera of an ancient volcano. The first inhabitants of the island, which lies about 100 miles off the coast of South …

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Getting There & Getting Around

By air: Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport is served by international and regional airlines from destinations throughout North America, the Caribbean, UK and Europe. Nonstop flights regularly depart for Grenada from Miami, New York, Charlotte and Toronto as well as regional cities like Bridgetown, Barbados and Port of Spain, Trinidad. Other international flights arrive weekly …

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Let’s Meditate on This

Grenada’s abundance of spa resorts includes some of the island’s best boutique hotels, offering everything from Balinese treatments in a temple surrounded by tropical gardens to ice caves and steamy hammam treatments. Yoga classes, including beach yoga and even underwater yoga for divers, are offered at many resorts, and some host week-long yoga retreats as …

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