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Grand Etang National Park

At Grand Etang National Park, in the interior of the island, the visitor information centre has many stalls selling spices and other goods. The biggest draw are the friendly Mona monkeys that climb over your...

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Pearls Airport

Pearls Airport, which is North of Grenville, was Grenada’s only airport until the Maurice Bishop International Airport (formerly known as Point Salines) was built in the South. Now abandoned and frozen...

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Grenville is Grenada’s largest town and the capital of the largest parish, St Andrews. It has the largest nutmeg processing plant in Grenada and has had a courthouse on Sandel street since...

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Town of St George’s

The town of St George’s was established in 1705 by French settlers and has a mixture of 18th-century French provincial and English Georgian architecture. A tour may include the Carenage – where...

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Hot Springs

Fancy a steamy, relaxing bath outside with nature? Then a visit to a secluded but relaxing hot spring may be the answer. Also called Sulphur springs, the hot springs have been left untouched and not dressed...

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Belmont Estate

Cocoa on the tree cocoa and mace drying cocoa and mace drying turning the cocoa Chocolate lovers are in for a treat when they visit the Belmont Estate, a unique and authentic 17th century plantation. The...

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