Grenada is known as the 'Spice of the Caribbean' - it has all the zest and colourful flavour of a Caribbean island without the bitterness of tourist masses. And because the island is largely untouched by commercial tourism, Grenada, and its locals retain that relaxed, island way-of-life that we all day dream about. Grenada's capital city St. George's is regarded as one of the prettiest harbour cities in the Caribbean - the hundreds of pastel-coloured roof tops sprinkled across the countryside pop against the bright blue water and green mountains. Grand Anse is a great place for catching some sun - the beaches are pristine and the water sport seemingly unlimited.
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Grenada's warm weather and lively festivals entice travellers to the country year round. The temperature averages 29C, but you can expect rain even during the dry season (December to May). Grenada's Carnival celebration in August always attracts huge numbers. Fishing is great during the winter, but…
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Master Gardener, Donna Dawson, has just gotten back from a press trip to see the gardens of 'this wonderful island that is only 28 miles long and 14 miles wide'.