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Grenada

In the Caribbean Sea, the volcanic island of Grenada, otherwise known as Spice Island for its significant nutmeg production, is a paradise for all kinds of leisure activities. Its beautiful beaches are geared up for water sports including scuba diving and sailing. Meanwhile, walkers can take the opportunity to climb the 804m Mount Catherine and survey the dormant craters before cooling off in one of the waterfalls on the island, Concord Falls being the most stunning example. Gourmets will particularly appreciate drinking rum serenaded by calypso music or the frenzied rhythms of the annual carnival, when the streets of the capital, St. George's, abound with colour.

In the Caribbean Sea, the volcanic island of Grenada, otherwise known as Spice Island for its significant nutmeg production, is a paradise for all kinds of leisure activities. Its beautiful beaches are geared up for water sports including scuba diving and sailing. Meanwhile, walkers can take the opportunity to climb the 804m Mount Catherine and survey the dormant craters before cooling off in one of the waterfalls on the island, Concord Falls being the most stunning example. Gourmets will particularly appreciate drinking rum serenaded by calypso music or the frenzied rhythms of the annual carnival, when the streets of the capital, St. George's, abound with colour.

In the Caribbean Sea, the volcanic island of Grenada, otherwise known as Spice Island for its significant nutmeg production, is a paradise for all kinds of leisure activities. Its beautiful beaches are geared up for water sports including scuba diving and sailing. Meanwhile, walkers can take the opportunity to climb the 804m Mount Catherine and survey the dormant craters before cooling off in one of the waterfalls on the island, Concord Falls being the most stunning example. Gourmets will particularly appreciate drinking rum serenaded by calypso music or the frenzied rhythms of the annual carnival, when the streets of the capital, St. George's, abound with colour.


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