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    (In Short) Scenic deserted beaches mountainous rainforests and over friendly people. Grenada is called "The Isle of spice" for a reason. Herbs and spices being the main export and is heavily influenced the local cuisine. A fusion of French Spanish and English cultures and a hidden gem of an orang a tang reserve with a "never-ending" lake and mountain trek. plus some of the best diving, corals that the Caribbean has to offer. Also Grenada is the birthing place of the Giant turtle where it gets its name from.

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    Ronald Reagan put Grenada on the map way back in '83 when he saved some U.S. medical students from the evil clutches of a few Marxist guerillas and that was the last time anything hectic went down on this tiny island nation. Since then it's been all about one love, kickin' back and eating conch.

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    Grenada - not just the Banana Republic that was invaded by The States in the 80's. This little Caribbean gem is a great place to visit. All the Caribbean standards turn up to the party - great beaches, friendly locals and a laid back vibe.

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    Nice spices

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    Best looking port in the caribbean! Gorgeous beach on Grand Anse!

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    It was great

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Long before Grenada was invaded by the US in 1983, the Spice Isle was an upscale destination, known for its postcard-perfect beaches, fragrant gardens and lush forest canopies. Even more recently, the island was devastated by several hurricanes, but the indomitable island nation has bounced back to host even more honeymoons, snorkel trips and hiking excursions. The three-island nation of Grenada has had a long history of spice production, but over the last few decades it has also grown its reputation as a tropical Caribbean paradise. Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach has snow-white sand and water as clear as glass. Hike amongst shimmering waterfalls and myriads of plant and animal species in the Grand Etang National Park, and take a special trip to the Seven Sister Waterfalls nearby. Get a taste of Grenada’s history by visiting the Belmont Estate, a fully functioning historic plantation that makes some of the world’s finest organic dark chocolate. All the wannabe pirates out there should check out the Clark's Court Distillery and River Antoine Rum Distillery, where you’ll be able to observe your drink of choice in production. Grenada’s diving sites are top-notch, and after a day spent in ... read more
the water try eating at Gouyave’s Fish Friday, where delicious seafood and a vibrant nightlife awaits both tourist and local alike.

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