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From rain forests to harbours, the beauty of this Caribbean island is not to be missed

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A view of the St. George's horseshoe-shaped harbour in Grenada, as seen from Fort George. The harbour, with its Carenage waterfront area, is often described as the prettiest in the Caribbean.

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A quiet moment on Grand Anse beach in Grenada: The three-kilometre white-sand beach on the Caribbean Sea is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

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Crabback is a popular dish in Grenada, and there is no better place to enjoy it than at BB's Crabback in St. George's. The dish is a mix of fresh crabmeat mixed with exotic herbs, wine and cheese served in a crab shell.

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A view the hillside homes in St. George's, Grenada, as seen from the Caribbean Sea.

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Plumeria, also known as frangipani, is a common flower in the Caribbean island of St. George's. The flowers have a lovely, delicate fragrance.

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The "sunset pool" at the Grenada Grand Beach Resort.

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A split open cocoa pod reveals the raw cocoa beans inside. The Grenada Chocolate Company turns organic cocoa beans into delicious chocolate bars and cocoa powder.

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A popular activity in Grenada is a hike to the Seven Sisters waterfalls, which lie deep in the rain forest of Grand Etang National Park, a short drive from St. George's.

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The rain forest of Grenada's Grand Etang National Park is rich with lush foliage, including spice plants, banana treees, palm trees, pineapple plants and more.

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As the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea, a fishing boat heads home to a Grenada harbour.

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