Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, the three-island destination best known as “the Spice Island of the Caribbean” and for providing travelers with boundless opportunities to explore, relax and experience the best of Caribbean living, has launched its Summer campaign, “#NextStopGrenada.”
The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA), dubbed Pure Grenada, said the summer campaign, is “designed to provide visitors with true value for money and the chance to experience all the destination has to offer.”
From May 1 to Oct. 31, Pure Grenada said Grenada’s extended summer season will provide visitors with, among other things, the opportunity to enjoy up to a 50 percent discount on hotel rates, take advantage of room upgrades, complimentary massages, children discounts, complimentary yoga classes and tour discounts.
“The value proposition for people booking in the summer period is tremendous, and they get to enjoy quality accommodation offerings, and excellent customer service that brings visitors back year after year,” said GTA chief executive officer Patricia Maher.
Pure Grenada said increased air access to Grenada is an added bonus for summer, “as airline partners announced a number of additional flights to the destination from John F. Kennedy International in New York, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International in the U.S.A. and Toronto Pearson International in Canada.”
During the Summer, Pure Grenada said it offers “a host of festivals and cultural events to keep visitors entertained.”
These include the Chocolate Festival, May 11 – 19; Petite Martinique Whitsuntide Regatta, May 18 – 21; Carriacou Regatta, Aug. 3 – 6; Spice Mas, Aug. 13 – 14; and Dive Fest, Oct. 3 – 6.
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