Grenada’s first self-sustaining rooms have opened at the True Blue Bay Boutique Resort. The 22 Cocoa Pod rooms are self-sustaining for water and electricity and are furnished using sustainable materials.
With record visitor arrival numbers logged for 2018 so far, the continued demand for Grenada has positively impacted airlines such as Air Canada and American Airlines, who have announced additional flights in December to bring holidaymakers to the three-island destination.
The Grenada Tourism Authority is reviving the mantra ‘Tourism is Everybody’s Business’ with the launch of its new awareness campaign.
In the wake of the catastrophic impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on some member countries, the Caribbean Tourism Organisation is adding a special session to the upcoming State of the Tourism Industry Conference in Grenada. The event will focus on how to recover and rebuild after a major disaster.
Set to open in March 2018 on the silver-white sands of Grand Anse Beach on the island’s south-western tip, Silversands Grenada is a sleek and contemporary boutique property comprising 43 suites and nine villas.
From its position at the far southern tip of the Windward Islands chain, Grenada offers visitors a distinctive, off-the-beaten path experience as well as a combination of activities, attractions, and historic sites that are hard to find in any other port of call.
To showcase the gracious and humble spirit of the Grenadian people as demonstrated to a global audience by Kirani James during the recently concluded 2012 London Olympic Games, the Grenada Board of Tourism has launched a targeted campaign designed to reinforce this key brand message as a point of differentiation for potential visitors.
The Grenada Board of Tourism has launched a targeted campaign which showcases the achievements and emotional connection made by Olympic hero Kirani James. The short term web-based campaign aims to boost visitors to the region.
World and Olympic 400 m champion Kirani James finally returns home to his native Grenada this week following his record-breaking performance at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Professional commitments and his studies delayed his return to Grenada.
The Grenada Olympic team was given the warmest of welcomes in the UK this weekend with two days of celebrations in Harrow and Horsham near London, within hours of reigning champion, Kirani James, claiming Gold in the 400 meters at London Diamond League 2012 on Saturday, July14.