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Grenada Overview

With cheap flights to Grenada, explore Grenada the beautiful country of the Caribbean. Famously known as the Spice Island, the country boosts with some excellent sites and stunning locations. The country is a mixture of vibrant culture and colourful villages, from lovely seaside view to the beautiful mountains, the country bustles with the exuberant sites that are hard to avoid. Explore the Grand Anse Beach and lay down on the golden sands, the beach offers great opportunity to snorkel, swim and dive in the crystal blue water. Explore the prettiest town, the St. George’s town having the beautiful brick buildings and volcanic hills around; visit the north of St.George at Molinere Bay and enjoy in the unique underwater Sculpture Park. The underwater exhibition can be admired by divers, snorkelers and glass bottom boat passengers. With cheap flights to Grenada, visit the National Museum of Grenada that was built in 1704. Don’t forget a trip to the Fort George which is the greatest attraction of the city. Visit the Carenage which is a famous inner harbour and is a stunning one, to the south of the Grand Anse is the Mourne Rouge Bay providing complete tranquillity and peace for visitors to spend a relaxing day. With kids, it’s usually hassle full to enjoy the journey, but with places like Grand Etang National Park and Levera National Park, feel comfortable with your kids and enjoy some quality moments with them. Get enthralled at the magnificence of the sight of Annandale Falls, swim at the base to cherish more. With cheap flights to Grenada, explore the country and enjoy its bits and sights with the most amazing travel partner. So book your tickets now with Dream World Travel and explore Grenada.

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5 facts about Grenada


Grenada obtained its independence in 1974.


Grenada was portion of the West Indies from 1958 to 1962.


The city is identified as the “Island of Spice” for its nutmeg and mace crops production


The island was named “Concepcion” by Christopher Columbus five centuries ago.


It is possibly that the name Grenada has been attained by the Spanish city of Granada, which means “pomegranate.”