Category Archives: The Island

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Fun on a Sister Isle: The Carriacou Maroon Festival

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With an emphasis on thanksgiving and prayers to the source of life, production and prosperity, Maroon tradition in Carriacou is practiced through drumming, singing, eating of “smoke food” and more. The Carriacou Maroon and String Band Festival offers visitors to the Caribbean a chance to experience pure, undiluted Maroon culture. … Read More

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Getting Active in Grenada: The Tri de Spice

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While some that come to Grenada dream of doing nothing but soaking up the sun, sea, and sand, others look for a more active vacation. In some cases, that comes in the form of scuba diving, hiking, and waterfall diving; others enjoy a more competitive, structured activity, such as the … Read More

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A Grenada Tradition: Kite Flying at Easter

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As an island with a vibrant history, Grenada has developed its own set of unique traditions that pair with the holidays throughout the year. At Christmastime, it’s sorrel drinks and parang music; rather than celebrating Halloween, many Grenadians pay respect to their passed loved ones on All Saints Day and … Read More

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Laluna’s Top Tips for Enjoying SGU Family Weekend

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With St. George’s University Family Weekend upon us, many families will be flocking to Grenada to visit their student loved ones. While the school offers a number of activities for guests to take part in, there are those that only our boutique resort can provide. Here are our tips for … Read More

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Carnival Across the Caribbean

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While we talk most often about Grenada’s Spice Mas Carnival celebrations, there are many other Carnivals that take place across the Caribbean throughout the year. In fact, our Carnival season is about to kick off. Below are highlights from some of our neighboring islands. Carriacou Carnival (Kayak Mas 2014) is … Read More

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Grenada’s Bevvy of Nautical Competitions

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The weather may be deceiving, but winter has arrived in Grenada. Rather than ushering in polar vortexes or ice storms, winter brings the nautical competition season to the island. Whether you come to compete or observe, there are events for all. Billfish Tournament The Annual Budget Marine Spice Island Billfish … Read More

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A Hop, Skip, and Jump Away: The Carriacou Parang Festival

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A short 15 minute flight or 90 minute ferry ride away, the island of Carriacou is an easy-to-reach destination that many travelers to Grenada enjoy taking in. Some visitors make a day trip of it with the quick flight, while others choose to spend the night and explore the island … Read More

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Planning a Grenada Yachting Vacation

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Grenada is truly a sailor’s dream. Be you a hobbyist sailor or a competitive one, Grenada is an ideal location to set anchor for a while. With hurricane season having drawn to an end, the island is bustling with visitors who have sailed to Grenada. Why Yacht-ers Love Grenada Sailors … Read More

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Laluna’s Grenada Top 5: Rainy Days

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Even in Grenada, where temperatures rest around 80F year-round, there is the occasional cloudy day. At Laluna, we don’t let that rain on your parade! There are multiple activities to be done on-and-off resort to fill a gray day (and possibly even leave you hoping for more). Spa Day What … Read More

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Laluna’s Grenada Top Five: Taste of the Island

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Some travelers dream about relaxing by the beach; there are those that want to get out and see the sights; others prefer to focus on getting a true taste of island life through the sampling of local cuisine. With our locally grown produce, fresh-caught seafood, and having attracted fantastic chefs … Read More