Delta brings vacation packages to Grenada

ATLANTA – Travelers looking to add a little ‘spice’ to their next Caribbean vacation can now book air + hotel vacations in Grenada through Delta Vacations, a leading provider of vacation packages in the U.S.

Delta Vacations packages to Grenada go on sale Nov. 26 for travel beginning Jan. 4, 2014. Weekly nonstop service to Grenada is aboard Delta Air Lines from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).

Known as the Spice Island, Grenada has more than 45 beaches, historic forts and museums, and features a wide variety of activities including snorkeling, fishing, hiking, boating and whale-watching.

“We are always working to bring richness and diversity to our customers,” said MLT Vacations President John Caldwell.

“Grenada is a world-class destination and should be very popular with vacationers wishing to add a little ‘spice’ to their next Caribbean vacation.” MLT Vacations operates Delta Vacations and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines.

Delta Vacations offers convenient one-stop shopping for vacation packages that combine Delta flights with hotel stays, rental car, sightseeing and entertainment, escorted tours and more.

A number of hotels and resorts will be offered through Delta Vacations, including Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort & Spa.

This new resort has 225 rooms and suites and is scheduled to open in December. Other hotel and resort partners in Grenada include:


Grenadian by Rex Resorts


Mount Cinnamon Grenada

Radisson Grenada Beach Resort


Spice Island Beach Resort

Delta Vacations is also offering ground transportation options, including airport-hotel transfers and rental car service. Tours and excursions are also available.

Working with its parent company Delta Air Lines, Delta Vacations brings its customers superior levels of service and value.

With Delta Vacations, travelers get the lowest airfares on Delta, more ways to earn Award travel and a lowest price guarantee for their vacations.

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