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10 Reasons to Visit Grenada’s House of Chocolate

Grenada’s capital city of St. George’s is now home to the House of Chocolate. We heard about it, we explored it, we loved it and we’re here to tell you why you need to check it out. Because of this, we’ve come up with ten reasons why you need to visit this quaint little facility.

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Visitor Arrivals to Grenada increased by 12.7% in 2015

Visitor arrivals to Grenada increased by 12.7% in 2015 reaching a total of 443,368 when compared to 2014 (393,339). Cruise passengers represented 63% of arrivals, followed by stayover visitors (32%), and yachters (5%).

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Grenada attends Routes Americas 2016

Grenada is being represented at Routes Americas in San Juan, Puerto Rico from 17 – 19 February 2016 by a delegation which includes the members of the Grenada Tourism Authority and the Grenada Airports Authority.

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Calabash Hotel named among the Top Hotels in the World

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel and Spa has been ranked ninth by TripAdvisor’s Travelers Choice in the top twenty list of the World’s Top Hotels. The hotel also ranked number two on TripAdvisor’s Travelers list of top Caribbean hotels.

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Grenada promoted at the New York Times Travel Show

Grenada is being promoted to twenty-eight thousand (28,000) travel enthusiasts and industry professionals at the New York Times Travel Show from Friday, 8th January to Sunday, 10th January, 2016.

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Over 110,000 Cruise Arrivals to Grenada for the Season to Date

Over one hundred and ten thousand (110,000) cruise passengers arrived in Grenada during the first three months of the 2015/2016 winter cruise season, spending an estimated eleven (11) million Eastern Caribbean dollars.

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