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Grenada — This southern Caribbean island last made U.S. headlines in 1983 when Ronald Reagan ordered an invasion to quell a Marxist coup. Since then, mostly Brits have trod Grenada's 50-odd beaches, making it a great choice for American sunseekers who would rather not run into their neighbors on the sand. Other attractions include Grenada’s capital, St. George’s, which cascades down around a handsome port known as the Carenage, and the island's bustling markets, where one can purchase some of the dozen-plus domestically produced spices. The island is also home to the Caribbean’s oldest waterwheel-powered distillery.

Why Go

For an ideal mix of secluded beaches, bustling markets, scuba diving, and, last but certainly not least, rum distilleries!

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July 21, 2014 by Tommy Burson

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June 03, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

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Off-the-Beaten-Path Caribbean: Grenada Beyond the Resorts

May 15, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Last week we gave you the low-down on the new Sandals LaSource, the all-inclusive brand's first venture into Grenada. While it may be tempting to while away all ... Read More »

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Checking In: Grenada's First-Ever Sandals Resort

May 06, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

One of our favorite off-the-beaten-path Caribbean islands just got a lot more accessible, thanks to the recent opening of Sandals LaSource Grenada. The brand's ... Read More »

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Foodie Friday: Caribbean Street Food 101

April 04, 2014 by Chanize Thorpe

When visiting the Caribbean islands, odds are the restaurants, food stalls, and street vendors are peddling snacks anddishes you’ve never heard of, let alone ... Read More »

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