The Grenada Board of Tourism will once again offer its island-wide savings program to visitors traveling to Grenada this spring and fall. Originally introduced last year, the More Spice promotion has been revamped to offer travelers even more incentives to visit the “Spice of the Caribbean.” Travelers who book a Grenada vacation now – April 30th for travel between May 1st – June 30th, will be entitled to the following:
– One night free on five nights with breakfast (maximum two persons per room)
– Two nights free on seven nights with breakfast (maximum two persons per room)
– $100 air credit per person (maximum two persons per room)
– Welcome drink (provided by the hotel)
– Daily breakfast, provided by the hotel (maximum two persons per room)
– Rent a car for two or more days and get one day free
– Buy one island tour and get the second at half price (land and sea)
– One free dive with every 10 dives booked
The More Spice program, featuring the same elements listed above, will be available yet again from July 15th – August 30th for fall travel between September 1st – October 31st.
Participating hotels include: Almost Paradise, Blue Horizons Garden Resort, Cabier Ocean Lodge, Calabash, Flamboyant Hotel & Villas, Grenadian by Rex Resorts, Grenada Grand Beach Resort, Grooms Beach Villas & Resort, Laluna, La Source, Mount Cinnamon, Spice Island Beach Resort (Stay Seven Nights and Pay for Six) and True Blue Bay Resort.
Participating tour companies include: Sunsation Tours, First Impressions and Caribbean Horizons Tours & Services and participating car rental companies include: Y & R Rentals, Reggie’s Car Rentals, ROC Rentals and Indigo Car Rentals. Every dive tour operator on the island is participating in the promotion.
“The U.S. is one of the most important markets for Grenada tourism,” said William Joseph, Director of Tourism for the Grenada Board of Tourism. “We are pleased to offer this exciting incentive in the hope that more and more American tourists will discover our beautiful country.”
Grenada boasts some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches, delectable cuisine and spices, a tropical rainforest, and a wide range of fun-filled activities such as diving, snorkeling, hiking, fishing and sailing. Starting June 5th, Grenada can be reached from the U.S. with Delta’s non-stop service from New York, twice a week. Grenada can also be reached by American Eagle, via San Juan, and by American Airlines via its non-stop Miami service.
For more information on Grenada, contact the Grenada Board of Tourism at (800) 927-9554 or visit their website at www.grenadagrenadines.com