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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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“Trash the Dress” at a Grenada Landmark

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You will treasure your wedding photographs forever; they capture all of the moments of your special day that flew by in the moment. Some couple also choose to do engagement photos and/or bridal portraits, and another trend that has been gaining in popularity are “trash the dress” photos, which give the bride … Read More

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It’s Time for Sailing in Grenada

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Winter is a wonderful time of year to visit Grenada. Not only do you get to escape the blustery cold of home, but you can participate in—as a competitor or as a spectator—one of the many sailing events in the region. Below are what are coming up soon: Grenada Workboat Regatta Held on Saturday, … Read More

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New Year, New You: Refresh at Laluna

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Tonight at Laluna, we celebrate New Years Eve. New Years is always a special time for us: A time to reflect on the past year and to make plans for the upcoming one. After a busy holiday season spent indulging, we know that many of our guests like to recommit … Read More

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So Many Things to be Thankful for in Grenada

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While our Thanksgiving has come and gone. we would like to wish all of our American friends a very happy American Thanksgiving today! We’re serving a traditional, yet Laluna-fied, Thanksgiving meal today at the restaurant, and we know that for many a holiday tradition is listing what you are thankful … Read More

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Giving Thanks in Grenada: Grenadian Thanksgiving

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While many Americans and Canadians think of pilgrims and turkey on Thanksgiving Day, Grenadian Thanksgiving has nothing to do with Plymouth Rock. Rather than celebrating a successful fall harvest, our Thanksgiving commemorates something else entirely: a military intervention. About Grenadian Thanksgiving Celebrated each year on October 25, Grenada’s Thanksgiving marks … Read More

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Laluna Pitches in for National Clean-up Drive

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With its sandy beaches, crystal clear water, and lush tropical flora, Grenada is a truly beautiful island. Of course, it doesn’t stay that way all by itself, and this past weekend was the Grenada National Clean-up Drive. About the drive Spearheaded by the National Disaster Management Agency, the Ministry of … Read More

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A Front Row View of Grenada’s Stunning Sunsets

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Even if you’ve never been to the island, you probably know that Grenada is well-known for its spices, tropical weather, and beautiful beaches. What you may not have heard is that our sunsets are also out-of-this-world spectacular. There are many ways to enjoy a sunset in Grenada; below our some … Read More

Laluna hosts a day of painting with the children from the Queen Elizabeth Home for children that are mentally and physically abused.

Giving Back in Grenada

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When people think of Grenada, they often think of our beautiful beaches, aromatic spices, and warm, friendly people. Visitors to Grenada, especially those that do not venture further than the resort property, may not see the other side of Grenada: the developing nation side. Giving back in Grenada While Grenada’s … Read More

photo courtesy: Joshua Yetman

Grenada’s Seasonal Fruit Favorites

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Happy September! For some, the coming fall season means cold-snaps, changing leaves, and Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Living in a tropical land where the weather is consistently, beautifully warm year round, it means something else. Seasonal fruit favorites! About Grenada’s seasons At 12 degrees north of the equator, Grenada’s temperatures do … Read More