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A Caribbean corker

Grenada may be on the smaller side, but it really packs a punch on the Caribbean holiday scene. Jungle-carpeted mountains, coconut-white beaches and fresh seafood by the bucketload are all part of the package here.

Scuba among the sculptures

Grenada’s a big draw for experienced scuba divers and snorkellers, and even amateurs flock to its underwater sculpture park. The first of its kind anywhere in the world, Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park is just off the island’s west coast, and is home to more than 65 cement sculptures modelled on real people. It’s pretty eerie when you’re down there, but if you’re not a fan of dipping beneath the waves yourself, you can check them out on a glass-bottomed boat trip instead.

Stroll through the forest of Grand Etang National Park

The island’s landscape is jam-packed with hilly rainforests to explore, but if you’re not so much of a hiker, the more tourist-friendly national park ticks the main boxes, too. Think tumbling waterfalls and thick forests – not to mention the mona monkeys that have been resident since the 1700s.

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