5 Things in Grenada that will make your trip special

This Caribbean island is what many people might think of when someone says paradise. The Spice Island boasts everything you could want from a vacation, including centuries of history, amazing outdoor adventures, and seafood to die for. The only problem is fitting everything on to your Grenada itinerary. Well, try not to worry. In this post, we’ll take a look at five of the...

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At this time In Grenada

We’re still here, and safe in Grenada. All will remember ‘where were you for the Corvid19’ kind of like' where were you for 9/11'. Here in Grenada, we are at a standstill. After the first case was confirmed by a returning Grenadian from the UK, the Government of Grenada took it very seriously, and soon businesses were closed, and flights banned. The students of ...

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Things to do in Grenada for the beginning of the year.

For things to do in Grenada, January marks a busy time to be on the water. Spice Island Billfish Tournament For the 51st year running the Spice Island Billfish Tournament will be held 26th – 30th January. Sportfishing boats from around the southern Caribbean Islands venture to the Isle of Spice in hope of bringing the heaviest Billfish to Scale. Trinidad bringing the largest...

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Grenada Thanksgiving in October

Operation Urgent Fury Today on the 25th, Grenada celebrates its Grenada Thanksgiving in October, but it is not to be confused by the American Thanksgiving with turkey and cranberry sauce. Instead, the Grenada Thanksgiving is a celebration of when the US-led invasion codenamed 'Operation Urgent Fury' landed in Grenada in 1983. The Coup Grenada achieved its independence from the UK in 1974, with Sir...

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Grenada in September

Grenada in September was quite an emotional one with the summer blues kicking in after such a long school break for the kids. Adults, I am sure you are more relieved to have the kids back at school. Hurricane Dorian giving us a near-miss in Grenada, but trampling the outer islands of Bahamas. That is the advantage of Grenada lying 12 degrees north of...

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Laluna’s New Ambassadors

How does one give back to a community that has given so much to the success of our business, and allowed us into their country, giving our family a chance to be born and thrive in its smiles, and open arms of acceptance and loyalty? We are of the thought, not just to give in material goods that may soon perish, but to give...

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