If you are new to Grenada or reside here and are simply looking for an extraordinary dining experience, then the place to check out this season is Grenada’s only floating restaurant - the historic Lighthouse Ship, that reopened for the season on Saturday 1st December, 2012. Moored alongside in the Le Phare Bleu Marina, the remarkable Lighthouse Ship Restaurant is...
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, 9 November 2012 – Sandals Resorts International (SRI), parent company of Sandals Resorts, Beaches Resorts and Grand Pineapple Beach Resorts, today announced the purchase of LaSource Resort in Grenada for an undisclosed sum.  The agreement to acquire the resort was successfully reached after on-going discussions with the Government of Grenada and represents the brand’s first property...
St. George's, GRENADA - Hon. Gordon “Butch” Stewart OJ, CD, Hon. LLD will on Thursday 08th November officially announce the acquisition of the La Source Grenada resort at a special press conference on the hotel’s premises. The press conference is expected to be attended by Prime Minister of Grenada Hon. Tillman Thomas, Minister of Finance Hon. Nazim Burke, Minister of...
The South Grenada Regatta 2013 (SGR) was officially launched last week by the Hon. Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation & Culture George Vincent.  The Launch marks the build up to the next SGR being the 5th edition that takes place 20th to 24th February 2013, at Le Phare Bleu Marina & Boutique Hotel. During the Launch Drinks Reception held at...
As the curtains have been drawn on the London 2012 Olympics, it is safe to assume that Grenada can officially crown its very own Nation Olympic hero, Kirani James – or as he should be known ‘King James of Grenada’. Kirani brought home Grenada’s first ever Olympic medal, and just for good measure – it was gold. James managed to...
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...
Nutmeg and other spices are important entities which contribute significantly to our Grenadian culture. Grenada, the Spice Island of the Caribbean, in an effort to revitalize the nutmeg sector launched the inaugural Grenada Nutmeg and Spice Festival. Series of activities were executed as the festival sought to raise public awareness about Nutmeg and other Spices from October 26th to...
We are proud to announce that the Grenada Chocolate Company won a Silver Medal at the London Academy of Chocolate Award Ceremony 2011, for their 82% cocoa bar. The Grenada based cooperative headed up by Mott Green, was delighted to have been selected for the 'Bean to Bar- Best Dark Chocolate Bar' Award and felt the Silver Medal was a...

Grenada’s Willy Wonka

The Grenada Chocolate Company is a well-respected, highly ethical company which creates one of the world’s most delightful organic dark chocolate. Mott Green, college dropout and now founder of the Grenada Chocolate Company, moved to Grenada from the USA twenty years ago. He soon realized that there were a lot of cocoa trees grown on the island and their...
Until 2010 the Festival, which celebrated its 18th anniversary this year, was held on the last weekend of January each year however, in order to aid the development of the locally built ‘workboat’ aspect of the event, it now takes place over two successive weekends with the second weekend devoted to ‘workboat’ racing and fun and games on Grand...




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