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Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique is a safe, romantic, natural and very authentic destination. Grenada is the place where all of nature's best gifts can be found. Meet a people whose simple, celebratory, colorful lifestyle and unmatched warmth make Grenadians the very 'Spice' of the land.The Grenada vacation experiences - varied, active, energizing and quietly exciting - will put you in tune with the 'Rhythms of Spice' for a lifetime!

A valid passport and return or onward ticket is required for all visitors. However, proof of citizenship bearing a photograph is acceptable from British, Canadian and US citizens. Please note however that as mandated by the United States Department of Homeland Security, all US travellers must provide a passport to enter or re-enter the US from both vacation and business travel. A visa is not required from citizens of the US, Canada, UK, British Commonwealth, most Caribbean countries, most European countries, South Korea, and Japan.

The warm wonders of Mother Nature are an integral part of any Spice Experience; as are local festivals and other cultural celebrations, ancient petroglyphs, historic forts and a boundless selection of culinary delights. Cherished by Grenadians, our pristine beaches and marine life, our meandering rivers, magnificent waterfalls and magical rain forests will enhance your Spice Experience.
Beaches: Imagine this white sand, cool water, sunshine, tranquility. Now come enjoy it! 
Estates: Learn about the history of plantation life, while witnessing rum made the old-fashioned way. 
National Parks: Listen to the sounds of Mother Nature and explore her tropical species of plants and animals. 
Waterfalls: With several cascading falls on the island, choosing which to visit is your only problem. 
Forts: If you are interested in history, Grenada's forts have much to offer. Learn about the battles between the French and the British and visit Fort George where the revolution climaxed
Places of interest: There are several gardens and natural springs on the island, an extinct volcano and much more. If you like history, visit the museum and see many historical artifacts and hear the stories about them. 
From the UK,British Airways, Virgin Atlantic continue to service Grenada weekly direct flights from London’s Gatwick Airport. From the US, American Airlines services Grenada with direct flights. Delta Air also provides non-stop flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Grenada except during the period of September 1st through December 15th. In addition, Caribbean Airlines services Grenada with flights to Orlando, New York and Miami. From Canada, Grenada can be reached via Caribbean Airlines that operates a twice weekly nonstop service from Toronto to Grenada on Thursdays and Sundays.

The official currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC$ or XCD). A growing number of 24-hour ATMs all over Grenada dispense Eastern Caribbean dollars. Most hotels, shops and restaurants will accept US dollars, but you’ll get a better exchange rate by changing to Eastern Caribbean dollars at a bank and using local currency. Major credit cards are accepted by most hotels, top-end restaurants, dive shops and car-rental agencies. Be clear about whether prices are being quoted in Eastern Caribbean or US dollars, particularly with taxi drivers.

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This is the 'Spice Isle' of the Caribbean; a geographical gem where visitors can sink into the serenity of warm breezes and soft moonlight; feel history in centuries old forts; touch the floor of the rain forest and swim among coral reefs. This is the land of spices, exotic flowers and rare fruits; the three island nation of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique and the gateway to the Grenadines.
When you discover the glory of Grenada, you feel the pure warmth of people. Sheer relaxation, invigorating adventures or a combination of both will definitely satisfy your Spice Experience!
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