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Submerged Statues; Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada

When it’s estimated that two-thirds of the world’s coral reefs are in danger, even the uninterested would recognize that we’re entering crisis mode.

But before engaging in an all-out panic, there are steps that can be taken to promote the development of reefs and the life that they support.  And while we’re doing that, why not make it a fun and artistic endeavor.

To explore the depths of human creativity and sustainable ecology, head towards the Underwater Sculpture ParkContinue

Tour Rum Distilleries; Grenada Island

Drink it on its own, drink it as a mix, or drink it in a punch.

Drink it with friends or drink it by yourself.

Drink it on the beach or drink it at the bar.

Rather than criticize consumption’s negative aspects, accept the fact that on a trip to Grenada, you’ll be downing rum at some point.Continue

Grand Etang National Park; Grenada

To put it simply, Grand Etang National Park in Grenada is what the Monteverde Cloud Forest is to Costa Rica – simply amazing.  With peaks and valleys, vegetation and wildlife, Grand Etang National Park truly is a little piece of Mother Nature’s Paradise.

Centrally located mid-island just eight miles from the capital of St. George’s, the 3,800-acre Grand Etang National Park is a tropical rainforest perfect for hiking and exploring with the tallest point being Mount Qua Qua at 2,370 feet (720 meters).

But you don’t have to trek the highest route to enjoy the experience, visitors to this national park can simply opt to appreciate the expansive views from the Grand Etang Visitors Center where admission is $2.Continue