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Grenada destination guide, including our picks for the island's best budget and luxury hotels and resorts, restaurants, attractions, beaches, nightlife, events and shopping.
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Travel to the Caribbean: Grenada
Known as the Spice Island, Grenada grows more spices per square mile than any other place in the world — but that’s not all this lush, friendly island is known for. Traveling to Grenada isn’t for gamblers or people who like to party, but if you’re looking for a place where you can sunbathe on lovely secluded beaches, snorkel, fish or just relax,...

Top Cultural Events, Concerts and Festivals in Grenada
Grenada may be a bit off the beaten part as far as Caribbean travel destinations go, but the island has one of the most vibrant cultural calendars in the region, celebrating everything from fishing to traditional music.

Romantic Travel in Grenada
Brief profile and report on romantic travel options in Grenada from the About.com Honeymoons/Romantic Travel site.

Grenada Photo Gallery
Images of Grenada beaches, attractions and more from the About.com Honeymoons/Romantic Travel site.

Grenada - Isle of Spice and Southeastern Caribbean Port of Call
Spending a pre-cruise weekend on Grenada.

Map of the Caribbean Islands of Aruba
Map of the Caribbean Islands of Aruba

Grenada Tourism Information
The official website of the Grenada Board of Tourism.

Spice Isle Food for Thought
Blog on the cuisine and cooking of Grenada.

Carriacou and Petite Martinique Travel & Tourism Guide
Tourist information on Carriacou, the largest island in the Grenadaines but still one of the quietest spots in the Caribbean; and tiny Petite Martinique, just a mile in diameter. Both are part of Grenada.

Grenada Consular Information Sheet
The U.S. State Department's fact sheet on Grenada, including information on entry requirements, crime, medical facilities, and much more.

CIA World Factbook on Grenada
Includes information on Grenada's geography, government, economy, transportation, military, and people.

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