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Dis­cover Pure Gre­nada - Wel­come to the Spice of the Caribbean; a place where un­touched beauty meets our warm and

friendly peo­ple. The is­lands of­fers a life­style so pure and au­then­tic that you feel in­stantly re­newed, boast­ing silky stretches of white sand beaches, in­clud­ing the award win­ning Grand Anse Beach; sunken trea­sures adorned by corals and the world’s first Un­der­wa­ter Sculp­ture Park, and marine pro­tected area. The is­land’s un­spoilt land­scapes are undis­cov­ered by crowds and in­clude moun­tains, rain­forests and idyl­lic wa­ter­falls. The is­land of Gre­nada is a trea­sure trove of cul­ture, where vis­i­tors can visit a rum fac­tory that con­tin­ues to mash its su­gar cane with an 18th Cen­tury wa­ter wheel. Or vis­i­tors can en­joy the is­lands renowned choco­late or spice plan­ta­tions, and take home award win­ning ve­gan choco­late and or­ganic spices in­clud­ing nut­meg. Join us and take a jour­ney like never be­fore.


Car­ri­a­cou hosts Shake­speare Mas ev­ery Fe­bru­ary - Hear lo­cals dressed in bright cos­tumes en­gage in a bat­tle of words hop­ing not to fum­ble on their lines oth­er­wise sur­ren­der­ing to a stroke of their op­po­nent’s stick!

Rain show­ers are known as ‘liq­uid sun­shine’

English is the of­fi­cial lan­guage


Gre­nada Choco­late Fes­ti­val - Ev­ery May

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