One of the Four Most Beautiful Islands in the World
Feast your eyes on a tropical paradise!
This 238- square- miles island is 21 miles from its nearest neighbour, Martinique,a French department; 24 miles north of St. Vincent and 100 miles northwest of Barbados.
The brilliant palette speaks of the natural beauty of the
Love the land that gave us birth land of beaches, hills and valleys, fairest isle of all the earth
Take a breathtaking tour of
spectacular waterfalls, and secluded coves, to the majestic view of our
sunset views, fine white sand,
an island of lush tropical dreams is yours to fall in love with.
See the sights,
the volcano, rainforest and many coastal fishing villages or enjoy last minute cocktails and sunbathing at your hotel
scenic west coast, has long been a favourite film location with its palm-lined sandspit and the steep forested hillsides.
Then you soar like an upside down bird, swooping through coconut fronds, stands of bamboo, enormous tree ferns and mangolong.
Horizontal bands of pure hue flow across the grandeur of famous volcanic mountains,
at the lowermost margin of the work, hot yellow bleeds into alizarin crimson, orange and pale yellow, establishing mountainous shapes silhouetted against pale violet and deep blue skies above.
It’s a great feeling when you roam with
cool, sophisticated, with an accent on art, music and wonderful food, complimented by unobtrusive service.
Ride on the beach, or enjoy time well wasted as you loll around the pool with a cooling drink.
rest your mind and body, then go and experience the rest…
…because it’s easygoing, uncomplicated and unspoilt.
I remember the last time Jenny erupted, I remember watching the footage on tv as everyone wondered if another Monsterrat or Martinique would occur.
The dangerous Kick’em Jenny volcano has erupted 10 times since 1939, with the most recent eruption in 1990.
May 2014 – CARIBBEAN – A team of scientists from the United States have traveled to Grenada, exploring the darkest corners of a huge underwater volcano off the island’s coast hoping to better understanding the mysteries of earthquakes and tsunamis, and ultimately saving lives. President of US Ocean Exploration Trust, Robert Ballard, famous for discovering the Titanic 12,000 feet below the surface of the icy North Atlantic in 1985, has set his sights on exploring the volcano, ‘Kick’em Jenny’, studying its eruption history and learn more about how underwater volcanoes can pose a threat. Ballard, who is also director of the Centre for Ocean Exploration at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography, said the Kick’em Jenny volcano has a history of explosive eruptions, which could have the potential to…
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