Located near scenic Woburn Bay in the south of the island, the Mt. Hartman Dove Sanctuary awaits with mystery and adventure. This 154-acre property was declared a national park to protect the endangered Grenada Dove which is endemic to Grenada. A visitor centre operated by the Forestry Department of Grenada welcomes guests to the property with a guide that can accompany you on the parks’ trails and take you to spot the Grenada Dove (Leptotila Wellsi). Mt. Hartman receives low rainfall annually which contributes to a special dry thorn scrub ecosystem including cactus shrub and coastal woodland. The area is also home to beautiful mangrove Habitats which supports diverse life in the park.
The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) proudly announces the successful completion of a transformative two-day training initiative featuring renowned international restaurant owner and award-winning mixologist, Joji Watanabe. This groundbreaking program brought
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