Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Friendly faces, rum with a kick
Spring Specials in Grenada, the ‘Spice of the Caribbean’
Looking for a last minute getaway this spring? Head to the Caribbean island of Grenada, where the sun is shining, the beaches beckon and the faces are warm and welcoming.

Beaches are heavenly in Grenada, the "Spice of the Caribbean
  Whether you are looking for lazy days on the beach, limitless diving and snorkeling, or outdoor adventure, the opportunities are endless on this tiny island in the Eastern Caribbean. Hotels and resorts cater to all types of travelers in Grenada. All-inclusive resorts, boutique hotels and remote cottages all exist on the island, creating different types of unique tropical vacations.

“In Grenada, in an effort to promote sustainable tourism, no hotel stands higher than the tallest palm tree,” said Simon Stiell, Director of Tourism for the Grenada Board of Tourism. “We cater to every type of tourist who visits our beautiful island and do our very best to create a one-of-a-kind experience for all of our guests.”
There are often specials available at properties throughout the island, which make a Grenadian getaway even more enticing. For instance:

LaSource is currently offering up to 40 percent off the all-inclusive nightly rate for new bookings through August 31, 2011.

Maca Bana's infinity pool with coastal views of Grenada
Stay at Maca Bana in July, August or September and get one free night per week. Make a booking 120 days or more, prior to arrival and receive a 10 percent discount on your stay (valid until November 30, 2011). Offers are not combinable.

At the Flamboyant Hotel and Villas, guests can stay for US $120 all-inclusive per day, per person, based on two people sharing the room, or US $110 per room, based on double or single occupancy. Specials are on standard rooms only. (Book directly using booking code: CND11)
The following specials are available with Air Canada Vacations until April 16, 2011:
At True Blue Bay Resort & Villas, stay for seven nights and pay for five.

Stay for seven nights and pay for six at Blue Horizons Garden Resort (EP only).

Stay at Spice Island Beach Resort for a minimum of seven nights and receive one free spa treatment per adult (maximum of US $130).

Travel the weeks of April 2 or 9 and stay at the Grenadian by Rex Resorts for $898 (plus tax of $183), including airfare.
A visit to the ‘Spice of the Caribbean’ and one of its many picturesque properties is sure to make for a memorable holiday.
About Grenada Board of Tourism

 For more information on Grenada, contact the Grenada Board of Tourism at 416-595-1339, email at or visit

How to Get to Grenada from Canada

Grenada can be reached via Air Canada Vacations that operates a seasonal non-stop flight from Toronto to Grenada (Saturday departure with easy connections from 65 Canadian gateways available at from December 18 until April 2011. AC operates year round daily flights from Toronto to Barbados (Saturday & Sunday departure from Montreal) with connections on LIAT to Grenada. Caribbean Airlines operate regularly scheduled flights from Toronto to Barbados and Trinidad with connections on LIAT to Grenada. West Jet operates a flight from Toronto to Barbados with connections on LIAT to Grenada year round.

Post from Grenada Board of Tourism


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