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5 facts about the Mona Monkey

Visitors to Grenada often find themselves astonished to encounter the Mona Monkey while in Grenada. Although this peculiar creature is not indigenous to the Spice Isle, it fits in perfectly, with the flora and fauna on the island.

It is believed that the Mona monkey was introduced to the island from a trade ship in the 18th Century from Ghana, and has mostly retreated to the interior forests.

They are often seen at the Grand Etang National Park, but the majority of the population...

Romantic Ideas for Couples in Grenada

If you are looking for fresh and creative ways to spice your romantic life, it is quite easy to do in here in the Spice Isle. This tiny island offers too many options for you to come up with excuses for being too dull. Whether it is a holiday trip, a honeymoon, anniversary celebration, or just another day, you can find the perfect activity that can fire up the right amount of intrigue for an experience beyond compare.

Simmer in Secluded Sulphur Springs. The Windward Isles...

Fall In-Love with Grenadian Cuisine

In Grenada, famously known as the Isle of Spice, you can only expect to be served with the most flavourful of dishes in the Caribbean. The generous variety of aromatic spices found here, such a ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and lemongrass provides food with the boldest exquisite flavours imaginable. Coupled with the organic fruits and vegetables that grow in abundance here, herbs and the fresh fish and meat from the local markets, the spices will have your taste buds quivering at every sight of a...

7 Things You May Not Have Known About the Spice Isle Grenada

There is such an overabundance of places to go and things to do on the Isle of Spice, that you may get overwhelmed end up skipping a lot of the key details. But no worries! We will help you cover them.

Keep reading to find out 10 things you probably did not know about Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean.

1.    Grenada had numerous names. The island was initially inhabited by the Arawak Indians. They were driven from the island by the warlike Caribs, who named it...

Nature Spots to Visit in Grenada

Grenada is an undiscovered gem in the Caribbean. The pristine white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and lush tropical jungles make it the perfect unspoiled paradise. There is so much to do, you can spend an entire year here and never get bored!

Here is one for the die-hard nature lovers. This gorgeous reserve, which was established in 1992, sits 1,900ft above sea level, and provides some of the most breathtaking views on the island. It is well known for its hiking...

Introducing the Lime Builder for Stress-Free Get-togethers

We have been working hard over the last 2 months to deliver new features that many users have been asking for and one of those has been on the top of our list. Today we are proud to officially announce the launch of our new Lime Builder. Next time you want to hang out with your friends and host a Lime all you have to do is visit our site and choose a starting package such as one of the beach BBQ packages. Then set the time for your Lime and copy your personal link to share with your friends....

I have finally experienced “The Experience”

Lately things have been crazy busy at home. It’s not to say that it is always quiet but, the last two weeks in particular has had us going crazy, feeling unproductive, and overwhelmed. You see, my husband Shawn and I recently had to look for reliable childcare, again. So when he came to me and said, “we need to go on a date, we need to go on a date”, I was overflowing with joy and excitement with the...

We have launched our new t-shirts!

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