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Story by Harmony Alexander, The Nutmeg Princess The month of March was about all things culinary. Grenada with its sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, is the World’s first Culinary […]

Sailors from all over the world converged in Grenada to enjoy the island after crossing the Atlantic (from the Canary Islands) in the 4th Viking Explorers Transatlantic Rally. In this […]

Protocols for visitors to Grenada: 1. Book approved accommodation for a MINIMUM of 7 days 2. Apply for travel authorization at least one (1) week prior to your travel date […]

My Grenada Box – the Gift with a Cause by Meschida Philip  on December, 21 2020 Grenada is known for its lush landscape, stunning beaches, and spices. But, did you […]

  People’s Tourism Choice Awards 2020 Pure Safe Travels Edition Nominate Here  As part of Tourism Awareness Month under the theme ‘Tourism connects us all’, the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) […]

Hike to the highest peak (The Piton) One of the most popular things to do on the island of Petite Martinique is a guided hike up to highest peak, the […]

The atmosphere was electric with the spirit of celebration spurring thousands of spectators to their feet in camaraderie at the newly named Kirani James Athletics Stadium. It was the night […]

Pure Grenada is the place for extraordinary adventures in untouched, authentic surroundings where roadside cook-ups, waterfall and beach limes, friendly greetings, maroon gatherings and vibrant festivals are a way of […]

The islands of the Caribbean are like zebra patterns; in the sea of repetitions lie variations and uniqueness that can only be discovered with an intentional perusal of the landscape. […]


Choose Flight or Cruise. For visitors already in Grenada the Osprey Ferry operates daily round-trip service between Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.