Grenada is famous for its spices -- in fact, its nickname is "Spice Island." For centuries, this lush island has exported nutmeg, mace, cinnamon and cloves. Seasoned travelers love Grenada for its laid back, unpretentious attitude.
This is a great destination for couples who like to be active together. Grenada's natural features include waterfalls, rainforests, beaches with both black and white sand, and jungles packed with tropical birds and monkeys. Spend a Saturday morning visiting Market Square, where you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of local vendors selling mangoes, coconuts, bananas and more. Then hike to the Seven Sisters Waterfalls, where you can jump in for a refreshing swim.
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- "22 Top Caribbean Honeymoon Spots." Bridal Guide. 2011. (Mar. 4, 2011)http://www.bridalguide.com/honeymoons/caribbean/22-top-caribbean-honeymoon-spots
- "Caribbean Islands." CaribbeanIslands.us. 2010. (Mar. 4, 2011)http://www.caribbeanislands.us/
- Stock, Jon. "Nevis, Caribbean: Living the easy island life." The Telegraph. Oct. 14, 2010. (Mar. 4, 2011)http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/centralamericaandcaribbean/8063450/Nevis-Caribbean-Living-the-easy-island-life.html
All-inclusive resorts let you pay one price for lodging, meals and other amenities. After a stressful wedding, wouldn't it be nice to leave the honeymoon details to someone else?