Category Archives: The Island

Lance Aux Epines Beach

Wander Through Grenada’s Lance Aux Epines

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The island of Grenada is composed of six main parishes: Saint Andrew, Saint David, Saint George, Saint John, Saint Mark, and Saint Patrick, and also includes the two Grenadine island dependencies of Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Within the parishes, individual communities exist, each of which offer visitors a variety of options for their tropical escape. … Read More

Grenada Nutmeg

Grenada’s Array of Natural Exports

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As soon as travelers hit the sand in Grenada, they may notice the incredible scents carried in the tropical breeze. This amazing island is well-known for its flourishing spice, fruit, and flower trade, and is recognized as one of the main exporters of nutmeg worldwide. After Hurricane Ivan hit the … Read More

Yachting to Grenada

Plan a Grenadian Yachting Vacation

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With Grenada’s incredible year round weather, beautiful seas, abundance of anchorages and world class facilities, the island is a favorite of in-the-know sailors. Boasting some of the best sailing in the Caribbean, yachtsmen will sail to Grenada, or choose to rent a bare boat rental or crewed yacht from the … Read More

La Sagesse Grenada

Visit Grenada’s Lush La Sagesse Nature Center

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While the picturesque surroundings and luxurious amenities of Laluna Resort are tough to leave behind, many travelers enjoy exploring the rest of Grenada and all it’s historical landmarks and natural beauty. To maximize their tropical island adventure, guests can have Laluna’s Concierge team arrange for some exciting nearby off-resort activities. Explore the … Read More

Grenada Hot Springs

A Relaxing Day at Grenada Hot Springs

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Discovering the hidden gems throughout Grenada can be the highlight of a tropical trip. For instance, this island has a selection of secluded and relaxing hot springs, many of which are open to the public. They can be found throughout the area, especially inland through dense jungles and vegetation. With … Read More

Grenada Billfish Tournament

Fierce Competition at Grenada’s Billfish Tournament

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The beautiful seas of Grenada are kept busy during the winter, playing host to a variety of competitive activities, including the Grenada Sailing Festival and the South Grenada Regatta. While many of the events center around racing, the competitive season kicks off in January with a competition of a different … Read More

Dinghy Concert in Grenda

Grenada Friday Night Fun: Dinghy Concert

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While in Grenada, there are many unique activities to enjoy. From Fish Friday in Gouyave to the Fort Matthew “Fort Bar” in Morne Jaloux on a Saturday night, there is always something exciting to join in on. On this Friday, January 4th, another not-to-be-missed experience is in the works – the … Read More

Grenada Sailing Festival

Take to the Seas with Grenada Sailing Competitions

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Winter is an exciting time for nautical sports in Grenada. February plays host to Grenada Sailing Week and the island’s two major sailing festivals: The Grenada Sailing Festival and the South Grenada Regatta. Grenada Sailing Week Held January 31st – February 5th, 2013, Grenada Sail week replaces the keelboat regatta … Read More

snorkeling Grenada

Take a Day Trip to Sandy Island from Grenada

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While a visitor to Grenada could spend their whole vacation enjoying the beautiful beaches the island has to offer, there are also several smaller sister islands that make for incredible, fun and relaxing day trips. Travelers can make arrangements through Laluna’s Concierge Service to ferry over to it’s sister island of … Read More

Spiny Lobster of Grenada

Grenada Dining: Spiny Lobster

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Different than the lobster many diners are used to seeing, the Caribbean spiny lobster of Grenada is appropriately named. With no claws, giant antennae and an armor-like spiny exterior, the spiny lobster is an intimidating looking creature. Those who have eaten the local delicacy say its meat is sweeter and more … Read More