Island Routes Caribbean Adventures has announced a myriad of new adventures in Grenada, the eighth Caribbean island to host Island Routes’ award-winning adventures.
Grenada is known as the ‘Spice Isle’, not just because of its mass exportation of nutmeg, but its rich cultural heritage, endearing locals and its eclectic village life make it one of the most authentic places in the Caribbean.
With an initial inventory of 16 new off-road adventures, water-based attractions, and epicurean and cultural excursions, visitors can Live Funner in ways they never thought possible.
“We are excited to introduce visitors to the simple, colourful lifestyle and unmatched warmth of the Grenadians who may be the very ‘spice’ of the island,” said David Shields, general manager, Island Routes Caribbean Adventures.
“As we continue to expand our offerings in even more islands this year, Island Routes will continue to maintain the same quality, standards and commitment that make Island Routes’ adventures the most fun and trustworthy provider of unique experiences in the Caribbean.”
Island Routes exhilarating water sport adventures offer picturesque views of Grenada’s colourful coastline on fast, inflatable motorboats, a 60 foot catamaran built by one of the world’s top Catamaran designers, deep sea fishing boats, and more.
For those who prefer to stay on land, Island Routes’ off-road Jeep safaris provide a thrilling experience as you drive through Grenada’s rainforest spotting the popular Mono monkeys.
Cultural excursions invite guests to sample the island’s spices, exotic flowers, rare fruits, and rich, organic, locally made chocolate and award winning rums that have given Grenada international recognition.
Island Routes anticipates the development of a portfolio of products for cruise clients as well. In addition, Island Routes is proud to be the exclusive tour and excursion provider for Sandals La Source and will have an island outpost on property when it opens in December 2013.
By the end of 2013, Island Routes plans to expand to the Dominican Republic; Aruba; Nassau, Bahamas; and St Maarten/St. Martin.