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Cheap flights from Grenada

Grenada, the island located north of Venezuela, is known as the Spice of the Caribbean. The country is famous for exporting nutmeg and mace, which largely support their economy. Those going here will be enamoured of its beautiful surroundings as well as the native culture that sustained itself through many years of colonialism. This makes Grenada a fascinating destination to consider for tourists who want to go on a getaway in the relaxing climes and explore various interesting locales in the Caribbean Sea. 

 

Where to go

Various activities can be enjoyed in Grenada. Those who would like to stay by the beach can venture to Grand Anse, the most popular watering hole in the country. Its golden sand and gentle waves attract tourists by the dozen which has made boutique resorts sprout along the shores. The shallow waters sparkle like turquoise in the sunlight while those cruising on the deep parts of the sea will find a rich cobalt colour. Those looking around will find the Craft and Spice Market just along the beach where one can shop after a swim. 

 

Those interested in ecotourism can visit Grand Etang National Park and Forest Reserve. The crater-formed lake awaits here, as well as several trails that will take one to various sights and wonders in the area. There is the Morne LaBaye Trail where one can find various native plants. Experienced hikers are better suited to the Concord Falls Trail or go on an uphill trek of Mount Qua Qua trail where tourists will see various birds, orchids, and trees along the way.

 

A trip to the other isles such as Carriacou can also be fun. One can enjoy here snorkelling trips to see the beautiful coral reefs. After that, a cultural trip can be enjoyed where tourists can listen to the Carriacou Maroon and String Band Music Festival every April. Petite Martinique is also a place to be where there is a heritage of boat-building and fishing. 

 

St Lucia, an island in the Lesser Antilles just on the north of St Vincent and the Grenadines, makes a possible addition to the short-haul itinerary. Those going here will find more than beautiful beaches such as the Sulphur Springs on the way to Soufrière, which is just two miles south. The backdrop of the Pitons here forms a great view of the sea and rainforest. One can find here nearby hot springs and mineral baths, which can be perfect after a tiring hike. Other places to visit here include the Diamond Botanical Gardens and bike trails winding through Anse Mamin. 

 

When one can go across the world, a trip to faraway Albania on Eastern Europe can be considered. There are various nature attractions to see here such as Theth and Valbonë. Hiking is a popular activity here with the markers set out clearly. The region is safe to walk around without a guide. There is also the Llogaraja Pass National Park to visit, which can be worth the arduous climb up the steep bend. The mountains up here provide such beautiful views. From here, one can venture to Dhërmi beach, where one can relax on the white sand while watching the peaceful scenery. 

 

How to get out

Travellers on the way to other parts of the world can schedule outgoing trips from Maurice Bishop International Airport. Airlines serving here include: Air Canada Rouge, American Airlines, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Condor, Conviasa, Delta Air Lines, LIAT, Sunwing Airlines, SVG Air, and Virgin Atlantic. 

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