Grenada is a leading producer of spices, such as cinnamon and mace earning its popular nickname –the “Spice Island”. It is a land of forest-covered mountains and waterfalls. The small country consist of the islands of Grenada, Carriacou and several other tiny islands. St. George’s is the capital city.
St. George’s is the most inhabited island and where most of the tourist attractions are concentrated. Most people are descended from African slaves. Farming is the main industry, but the tourist trade is growing. Under British control since 1783, Grenada became independent in 1974....More