19th March 2012, The Grenada Chocolate Company is getting ready for a new adventure. The incredible story of how the Grenada Chocolate Company got off the ground is a true inspiration and proves that with dedication and love for what you do, anything is possible. Twenty years ago Mott Green was fed up with the fast pace of life in New...
On February 2nd 2011, Laluna Estate held their ground breaking and blessing ceremony on the site of what is to be their new residential project, which on completion will house seven (7) villas consisting of 5 bedrooms each, on five acres of land. The location overlooks one of the most majestic points on the southern coast, high above Morne Rouge...
You’ll find a few varieties of local rum lurking in the bar backs of all the watering holes on the island. None is more potent however than Rivers – the local firewater, quite literally. When Grenada first entered my world some 20 odd years ago my Dad was working at the River Antoine Rum Distillery, he bought a few...
The island of Grenada blossoms with many unique cultural practices and expressions. Throughout the year, locals and visitors look forward to being a part of the annual carnival celebration. Being a highly anticipated event, thousands from the tri-isle state and around the region gather to celebrate this spectacular event. The carnival season extends from early June and gradually increases...
It is a fact that Mothers are the most devoted and most dedicated persons known to mankind. They create and facilitate one of the most special and memorable connections that you can ever experience throughout your lifetime. Appreciation for Mothers can be shown in a multitude of ways raging from indoor activities to adventurous explorations. Let your mom know...
St. George’s, Grenada – Russ Fielden, President of the Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA) announced at the Sustainable Development Council meeting today that the business association will be pursuing a Carbon Free future and energy cost reductions for the sector. The Sustainable Development Council met to discuss Grenada’s prospects in the global Carbon Trading Market. The GHTA ambitions,...
Delroy Facey has had his loan deal extended at Lincoln FC. Grenada international Facey is set to remain at Sincil Bank for a second month after Notts County sanctioned an extension to his current agreement. The experienced frontman has made four appearances for the Imps so far and notched his first goal for the club in the Boxing Day win at...
Many of our readers will know that Grenada’s other name is “The Spice Isle”. Here you’ll find cinnamon, clove, ginger, allspice, bay leaf, turmeric, saffron and of course the national symbol of Grenada, the nutmeg. It is impossible to go to Grenada and avoid the nutmeg. It is sprinkled on your rum punch, mixed in sauces, an ingredient of...
Grenada isn’t all about beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, picturesque villages and excellent accommodation. Our cultural scene is also strong, we are proud to boast some of the very few underwater sculptures in the world. Created by English artist Jason De Caires Taylor, the deepest is 24 feet beneath the surface of Moliniere Bay. The work began on these sculptures...
Last Thursday, at the Calabash Hotel & Villas, Shannell Parris and Nichole Mc Sween were presented with certificates of scholarships awarded by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF). Ms. Pancy Cross, Executive Director of the Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA), welcomed the awardees and congratulated them on their achievement. Mr. Clive Barnes, Manager of the...




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