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Grenada Pictures

View of the Carenage picture in Grenada
The Carenage in St. George's picture in Grenada
Carriacou Regatta picture in Grenada
Grand Etang Lake picture in Grenada
Deep Sea Encounter picture in Grenada
Spices in Market Square picture in Grenada
Grenada's Golden Sands picture in Grenada
Drying Nutmeg picture in Grenada
La Sagesse Nature Center picture in Grenada
Underwater Sculpture Park picture in Grenada
River Antoine Rum Distillery picture in Grenada
Grand Anse Beach picture in Grenada
Seven Sisters Falls picture in Grenada
Carnival picture in Grenada
Cannons in St. George's picture in Grenada
Harvesting Cocoa picture in Grenada
Off the Coast of Grenada picture in Grenada
Seafood in Gouyave picture in Grenada

St. George's is often described as one of (if not the) most beautiful harbor town in the Caribbean. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

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Grenadians take to the seas every July during this Carriacou festival. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

The hike around Grand Etang's 36-acre lake serves as a great trail for novice trekkers and takes roughly an hour and a half. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

Grenada is a diver's paradise, boasting more than 30 different underwater locales that beckon exploration. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

Market Square in St. George's makes a great place to pick up some spices and other souvenirs. Oculo Shutterstock

Grenada's secluded sands and turquoise waters attract beach-combers. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

Nutmeg is just one of the many spices grown on Grenada. Lee Coursey Flickr

La Sagesse Nature Center serves as a paradise for bird-watchers. This secluded estuary features numerous exotic species, including egrets and Jacunas. simonsimages Flickr

Visitors describe diving in Grenada's Underwater Sculpture Park—designed by British artist, Jason de Caires Taylor—as somewhat eerie, but definitely worth a visit. R Gombarik Shutterstock

The River Antoine Rum Distillery stands as the oldest working water-powered distillery in the Caribbean. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

Grand Anse Beach's chalky sands are some of Grenada's finest. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

The hike to Seven Sisters Falls in Grand Etang National Park is one of the most popular treks in Grenada. Jason Pratt Flickr

Grenada loves to celebrate. Check out our guide on When to Visit Grenada to learn when popular festivals—such as Carnival—take place. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

A visit to Fort Frederick and Fort George will expose you to Grenada's colonial history. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

The Grenada Chocolate Company produces organic confections that are sold around the world. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

To sample some of the island's freshest seafood, take a trip to the small fishing village of Gouyave. Courtesy of the Grenada Board of Tourism

View of the Carenage picture in Grenada
The Carenage in St. George's picture in Grenada
Carriacou Regatta picture in Grenada
Grand Etang Lake picture in Grenada
Deep Sea Encounter picture in Grenada
Spices in Market Square picture in Grenada
Grenada's Golden Sands picture in Grenada
Drying Nutmeg picture in Grenada
La Sagesse Nature Center picture in Grenada
Underwater Sculpture Park picture in Grenada
River Antoine Rum Distillery picture in Grenada
Grand Anse Beach picture in Grenada
Seven Sisters Falls picture in Grenada
Carnival picture in Grenada
Cannons in St. George's picture in Grenada
Harvesting Cocoa picture in Grenada
Off the Coast of Grenada picture in Grenada
Seafood in Gouyave picture in Grenada

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