Monthly Archives: July 2013

Carnival

Making Plans for Grenada’s Carnival Celebrations

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A celebration that honors the amazing culture and style of the tropics, Carnival in the Caribbean is a must-attend event. Unlike some of the other islands, Grenada’s Carnival (known as “Spice Mas”) takes place during the summer, with the main event occurring the second week of August. As Spice Mas … Read More

Air Travel

Traveling to Grenada: A Quick Guide

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While international travel can at times be daunting, a trip to Grenada is actually quite easy and stress free. Below you will find what you need to know when planning on traveling to Grenada. Preparing No immunizations are needed – or required – to enter Grenada. If you are currently … Read More

Laluna Palm Beach

A Quick Escape in Grenada

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With the end of summer drawing near, many couples choose to take one last trip before life gets busy and the opportunity escapes. Even if you only have a few vacation days remaining, a quick escape in Grenada is still within your grasp! Many resorts require a week-long minimum stay; … Read More

Grenada Waterfalls

Planning Your SGU Family Weekend Visit in Grenada

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For many, Family Weekend at St. George’s University is the first time parents of SGU students can see where their children live, study, and interact. It’s a great time to visit the island, with the school offering many arranged activities for visitors; the upcoming semester’s SGU Family Weekend is held … Read More

Grenada Emancipation Day

Celebrate Grenada’s Emancipation Day at the Rainbow City Festival

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Held yearly on the first Monday of August, Emancipation Day is a public holiday in Grenada. Marking the date that the British put an end to slavery, Emancipation Day is celebrated in Grenada with tribute to history and cultural tradition. A Short Island History Grenada has gone through many changes over … Read More