Grenada Off The Beaten Path

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Grenada Off The Beaten Path

  • My North Grenada Top Ten Reasons for...

    1. Levera Turtles … I want to go on one of Ocean Spirit’s Educational Tours, and I want to take my son Zack with me. Levera Beach is one of the most important beaches in the world for the Leatherback turtles whose babies hatch there … I want to get up in the middle of the night with Zack and go and watch this annual miracle …2. Bathway Beach …. I...

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  • THE LIBERATION MONUMENT

    This Monument is located just outside the airport. It was erected as a tribute to the United States Soldiers who lost their lives during Operation Urgent Fury (October 23 – November 21, 1983). It was dedicated by President Ronald Reagan during his visit on 20 February 1986. One of the plaques on the monument expresses the gratitude of the Granadan...

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  • Annandale Falls

    Annandale Falls are near the village of Constantine, about four miles northeast of St. George's. Young and daring locals dive from the surrounding rocks into the pool hoping to earn tips from tourists eager to see their brave exploits.

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  • Have your lunch in paradise

    Take a day trip to carriacou on the osprey ferry. When you get to carriacou take a taxi or bus to paradise beach, ask the driver to drop you at the hardwood bar. Here there is a small bar that sells drinks and a limited choice of good home cooked local food. There is an amazing beach that you will probibly have to your self. If thats not enough ask...

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  • The Grenadines

    Between Grenada and St. Vincent spanning sixty kilometer is a group of more than a hundred small, smaller, smallest islands which is known as the Grenadines.. Similar to Grenada and St. Vincent they are in most cases the peaks of under water volcanoes which rise above the waters. These developed in the course of time. They make up an underground...

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  • Rainforest

    Grand Etang Forest Reserve, high up in the mountains of the island's interior. Colourful tropical birds, tiny frogs and lizards, and rare orchids We were lucky to see this little fellow.

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  • Tip: For maximum quietude,...

    Tip: For maximum quietude, head to the southern end of the beach toward Spice Island Beach Resort; the closest public access road is a mile away, and few non—hotel guests make the trek down.

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  • Don't forget the other...

    Don't forget the other islands: White island in the south is excellent for picnic and snorkelling. Carriacou and Petite Martiniqe are to the north. Also in the north is the famous volcano 'Kick 'em Jenny - a solitary rock marks the spot.

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  • A trip to Grenada's sister...

    A trip to Grenada's sister island Carriacou is simple and worth taking a day or overnight trip for an even slower paced time. Terrific snorkeling and diving too.

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  • The luxery of lunch cooked and...

    The luxery of lunch cooked and served to us.Out of 6 of us, none had ever been on a sailboat. Chatering was a new and satisfying adventure. After 10 days sailing, we are sailing enthusiasts. Bonine helped any mild sea sickness which occurred during longer passage to Bequia. The rest of the time was pure joy.We have great service from: Lynhollen...

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  • GO FOR A WALK AND SEE ALL...

    GO FOR A WALK AND SEE ALL THE NON TOURIST SITES.....

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  • YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT WILL...

    YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT WILL PASS BY YOU WINDOW!!!!

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  • THE BEACH IS THE MAIN REASON...

    THE BEACH IS THE MAIN REASON WE CAME TO THIS ISLAND AND IT WAS ONE OF THE PRIME BEACHES WE HAVE EVER BEEN TO...THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOTELS ARE OF COURSE ON THE BEACH.

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  • GRENADA IS A HILLY PLACE AS...

    GRENADA IS A HILLY PLACE AS YOU CAN SEE.THEY HAVE A DEEP WATER PORT AND THE LARGE SHIPS CAN COME RIGHT INTO TOWN.

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  • THESE WOMEN ARE KNOWN AS...

    THESE WOMEN ARE KNOWN AS SHOUTING BAPTISTE, THEY COME DOWN TO THE SHORE AND SING LOVELY SONGS AND PRAISE THE LORD. IT'S A PLEASENT CHANGE FROM THE MUSIC FROM THE RAIDOS THAT THE KIDS HAD AT THE BEACH. THE ISLAND SEAM TO BE VERY RELIGIOUS AND HAS MANY DENOMONATIONS THE ALL GET ALONG VERY WELL..MABE THE REST OF THE WORLD SHOULD CHECK THIS STYLE OUT...

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  • I would really recommend a...

    I would really recommend a hike in the Grand Etang National Rainforest. It is truly a paradise of flowers and maybe you will see a monkey or two! There are no dangerous animals here so it is safe as long as you keep to the path. There are several groups offering sight seeing hikes as well. You can learn more at the hotel or your choice.

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  • When visiting the Isle of...

    When visiting the Isle of Spice, you should make every effort to visit our wonderful Waterfalls. All our waterfalls are easily access able, with a short hiketaking you to the foot of the falls.There are several to choose from, and all are access able if you are willing to take a short stroll to where they are located. Depending upon your fitness...

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