Everybody loves chocolate. What’s more, the deep rich flavours of the chocolate of Grenada are popular the world over. It’s sold in several European countries and in the US. It’s also sold in outlets such as London’s upmarket food store, Fortnum & Mason. The cocoa bean that grows in Grenada is rich, deep and of […]
Traveling To Grenada This Winter From Colder Climes? Tips For Getting The Vacation Wardrobe You Want Out of Season
The year-round sunshine we enjoy in the Caribbean (aside from the storms during the hurricane season in September) is one of the biggest draws for travelers from North America and Europe during the winter months. As well as the beauty of the islands, the watersports, and the great food and hospitality, the sunny, warm weather […]
It’s no secret that the weather of Grenada is known for being one of the most appealing climates on the planet. Temperatures are generally in the 24 -29°C all year round. It’s never cold, and never roasting. Most people will say that the best time to travel to Grenada is December to April. This is […]
If you don’t live relatively close to the equator, you’d be forgiven for not knowing much about cacao. After all, cacao trees only grow within 20 degrees of the equator and 75% of them grow within just 8 degrees of it We’re fortunate here in Grenada as we are within the growing zone for cacao […]
There’s no doubt that the sun closer to the equater is strong. If you have pale skin, it’s always going to feel like it ‘wants to eat you for breakfast’. That’s why it’s critical that you use a good sunscreen in Caribbean sunshine. If you don’t wear protection, withing just 3o munites you can start […]
Located approximately 20 minutes’ drive south of Petite Anse, lies the town of Gouyave. This coastal town was once the 2nd most important town in Grenada. Known as the ‘Fishing Capital of Grenada’, the town has an interesting history and a few interesting things to see and do. If you’re thinking of hiring a car […]
Grenada Beaches: North Coast If there’s something you should know about Grenada, it’s that the north coast has a very different feel from the south including those beautiful Grenada beaches. There are less tourists and you’ll sense a far greater exposure to nature and the ‘real Caribbean’. It’s no surprise that when British presenter Trevor […]
Fly From New York to Grenada on JetBlue Airways From January 2017 onwards, JetBlue Airways is laying on a 5th weekly flight from New York to Grenada The flight from the American budget airline starts on 9th January 2017, when you’ll be able to make your way down to Grenada on 5 days of the […]
Doliver is a local folk art painter in Grenada with an outstanding talent for capturing both the people and culture of the local area.
These days it’s important to be creative with ideas on how to keep islands such as Grenada, financially functioning. The Goat Dairy Project is one such idea.