Goes Ashore in the Caribbean
to see & things to do
of the most delightful ports in the West Indies, St. George’s
charming Georgian colonial building are set off by frangipani and
other colorful flowering trees. Aside
from the wonderful aroma of spices that fills the air, Grenada’s
greatest appeal is her lush tropical scenery.
the island’s scenic interior is a must-do on Grenada.
Either book a ship’s excursion or hire a taxi driver as a
guide to see the luxurious rain forest, a nutmeg-processing station,
and the island’s forts.
of St. George’s and at the edge of Grand Etang National Park and
Forest Reserve, Annandale Falls is a wonderland of tropical flora
and spices, capped by the 50-foot high waterfall.
Take advantage of complimentary changing rooms and enjoy a
look for duty-free prices here on luxury imports.
Instead, shop for the freshest spices and local arts and
crafts. Some of the world’s
most exotic and unusual perfumes are also produced on Grenada.
Anse Beach is one of the finest in the Caribbean with two miles of
sugary white sand. Located
within walking distance of Grenada’s best resorts, it is only a
ten-minute taxi ride from port. However,
the best way to reach Grand Anse Beach, and see a bit of the harbor
as well, is by water taxi.
Fodor's Caribbean Ports of Call 2013 is all you need
to plan your days ashore, PLUS a cruise primer section and cruise
line profiles by Cruise Diva, Linda Coffman
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