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...
A national debate is currently raging in Grenada; should casino gambling be brought to the island in order to boost investment and encourage the tourist trade? One of the protestors, Roman Catholic priest Father Sean Doggett, expressed his concerns over the issue, claiming ‘I can…visualise the men gambling out their money and homes being broken up and all the social problems...
Grenada is expected to generate additional revenue next year with the launch of a new tourism-related event. It's the Oyster Regatta that will be held from April 11 - 16, 2011. The yachting event will be hosted by Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, in association with Oyster Marine and the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada. "The Oyster Regatta is...
Grenada, the extent of its charm far surpasses what most may consider beautiful, alluring and pleasing to the eye. The exotic tri-island of Grenada Carriacou and Petite Martinique provides a calm, peaceful and extraordinary experience for its visitors, leaving wonderful memories entrenched in their minds. Among the delightful qualities the island provides, is its untouched and natural environment and...
After an action packed week of activities during Grenada’s Spicemas Festival, many visitors question what these tiny islands have to offer to keep them occupied.  While many nationals residing overseas spend the remainder of their vacation catching up with family and friends, other visitors are not so lucky.  Fortunately for them, a list of some of the most popular...
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,...
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...
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...
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...




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