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The country of Grenada is actually three volcanic islands: Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Mertinique. The residue from centuries of ancient volcanic eruptions has left the islands extremely fertile, a perfect base for growing lush rainforest teeming with life.
St George’s, the country’s capital, is a historic spice-trading town. The tradition continues and visitors should take advantage of the town’s spice market to take in the sights and smells, and perhaps buy some rare spices. While you’re in the capital, visit the historic Fort George, the picturesque Carenage Harbour and the Grenada National Museum.
Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will love the opportunity to climb the range of mountains and see the dormant volcano craters. The jungle hides cheeky Mona monkeys, a variety of bird life, and beautiful gushing waterfalls.
Grand Anse Beach is the most popular seaside destination, but there are plenty of more secluded spots if you prefer to sunbathe in peace and quiet. Venture onto the sea by boat and you might see some of the island’s local dolphins, whales and manta rays. If you like to get under the water, Grenada has some fantastic snorkel and dive locations including wrecked ships, an underwater volcano and coral reefs.

 

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