For Immediate Release:
Grenada Among 5 Caribbean Islands for Americans to Discover Now
Readers of the on-line publication MSNBC.com, who are passionate about traveling, photography and desirous of learning more about the location of both new and tried destinations, are being told that Grenada is one of five (5) Caribbean islands that they ought to discover now. In its most recent publication, targeting those who are “ready to expand their horizons, by charting a new path to paradise, and lesser known gems”, the story describes Grenada as ‘best for just anyone’. It goes on to highlight Grenada’s tropical flavour and its range of mountains, beaches and laid-back character. It speaks as well, of Grenada’s affordable accommodation facilities and bucolic villages that await exploration.
Other Caribbean islands mentioned as having a similar appeal to escape to at present are Curacao, Dominica, Montserrat, and St. Kitts.
Director of Tourism Simon Stiell remarked that “this selection of Grenada among lesser known gems that are ready for exploration by the discerning traveler, speaks highly about ongoing efforts to establish and promote Grenada as an unspoilt Caribbean destination, with a range of opportunities that nature lovers and eco-tourism enthusiasts can enjoy”.
In recent months Grenada has been receiving an unprecedented level of publicity in both traditional and online media, as travel writers and bloggers boldly share their Grenada experiences. It is the intention of the Grenada Board of Tourism to increase the number of invitations to travel writers to visit the island so that this level of publicity can continue.
For more information, contact the Grenada Board of Tourism at (561) 588-8176 or 1-800-927-9554 or visit their web site at www.grenadagrenadines.com.
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