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Renowned for nutmeg, cloves, and cinnamon, “Spice Island” Grenada is lush and mountainous, with waterfalls, forests, spice plantations, and sugarcane fields.
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We did the Catamaran snorkeling excursion with Lobster lunch. We had a ball. If u didn't want lobster like my cousin who is allergic she was given a choice between chicken and something else and they had that ready for her. We were taken to an island where they set up lunch for us. We had fish broth as appetizer, it was very good. I didn't expect to like it but, I loved it. It was served with garlic bread which was awesome. I almost forgot we were served our choice of white or red wine as we got off the catamaran to the island, it kept coming if you wanted more. The Lobster lunch was served with a green salad and potato salad. Everything was delicious. They really took good care of us. We were served drinks on the catamaran to the snorkeling spot where we spent about an 1-1/2 hr and left from there to the island for lunch where we spent maybe another 1-1/2 and returned. The ride to and from the ship was about 45 minutes each way on an air conditioned bus. Overall the excursion was well worth it me, my husband and my four cousins that were with me. We would have loved a bit more time at the island to stay in the water longer. It was clear with white sand to start and as you walked in it and got away from the shore it got blue and greenish turquoise, it was beautiful and the water was warm. I would do it again!
The spice island. Stock up on cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.
Visited: Dec 18, 2011
Incredibly lush and full of natural beauty. Head beyond the cruise port and explore the beautiful landscape, beaches and waterfalls. If you are looking for WIFI, the Spiceland Mall offers free WIFI. Stop by the smoothie hut in the mall. They make amazing natural smoothies.
Love this island. will go back.
Visited: Dec 10, 2017
Very lush, full of culture but scary roads! No right of way laws. We had a great tour guide who knew secret spots to view cinnamon trees, nutmeg, clove trees, and cocoa trees a very interesting
Visited: Mar 10, 2018
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