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Grenada

The lively Spice Island - a perfect place for fishing, hiking sailing or cycling in the lush green overgrown mountain slopes. On all three islands of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique (Petite Martinique), wonderful beaches and amazing diving opportunities. Not far from the coast, you can swim with the sharks and turtles among the remains of shipwrecks. Touch hand to soft corals and sea horses to socialize on the populated island of Grenada - Cariaco. In the calendar of the island are many festivals and restaurants beckon exceptional dishes of Creole, Caribbean and East Indian cuisine. 
     

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