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Grenada Welcomes Sandals LaSource Travel Agents in an Extraordinary Way

Travel agents are normally expected to give you advice on what is the hottest destination for the year. Based on your interests, they can tell you where to stay, the best places to eat, the destination’s biggest fascinations and more.

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Pure Excitement for the CPL T20 in Grenada

It was pure excitement from start to end. The loud screams from the Posse Stand and the hard hitting swings from the batsmen could not begin to describe the atmosphere at Grenada’s National Stadium, for the last day of the Caribbean Premier League T20 Games on the island.

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Grenada welcomes Executive Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Tourism

Scores of travel and tourism professionals from all over the world are now in Grenada to attend the 3rd Executive Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Tourism.

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Grenada’s Under 15 Cricketers Play Ball with CPL T20 Players

It’s called the biggest party in sport; and arguably so. With a roster of some of Cricket’s biggest names, scores of die-hard, spirited fans, a touring cheer leading squad of handpicked Caribbean talent, this year’s LIMACOL Caribbean Premier League T20 (CPL T20) will definitely be the talk of the Caribbean.

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Le Papillion - Grenada’s French Creole Cafe

As you drive through the island of Grenada, you will see village signs such as Beausejour, L’Anse Aux Epines, Morne Jaloux and more. What do these have in common you may ask? They’re all French names.

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The Countdown Begins to Grenada’s Spicemas Festival

Whenever pulsating soca rhythms echo throughout our streets and everyone begins chattering about plans for the season, we can almost guarantee that Grenada’s Spicemas Festival is fast approaching.

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Rome Museum – A Grenadian Charm Discovered

When most persons think of the Caribbean Islands, they think of white sand beaches, tall coconut trees and a laidback lifestyle. While the islands of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique are no different, we have a rich, compelling history that begs to be told.

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Welcome to Grenada’s First Bicycle Cafe

“Welcome to Mocha Spoke!” Those were the words echoed by Darryl who is affectionately known as the ‘coffee snob.’ Located in the True Blue Bay area just before the St. George’s University, Mocha Spoke is the first and only bicycle café in the Caribbean.

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