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21 September 2014
6 February 2013 – In a recent interview with DialAFlight TV, tourist chief and hotelier Sir Royston Hopkin gives an insight into why visitors will enjoy exploring Grenada’s unspoilt beaches and famous underwater world, feasting on the local produce and getting to know the locals, as well as how being out of the hurricane zone makes it a year-round holiday destination.
Take a stroll along the Caribbean island of Grenada and you’ll be met with smiling faces and welcoming locals, according to Sir Royston. In fact, the people of Grenada are so friendly, they say, that holidaymakers will feel right at home the minute they step onto this tropical paradise.
Sir Royston also discusses why visitors should not only explore its natural wonders including the beautiful waterfalls and rainforests, but delve into the depths of the water where lying beneath the surface is one of the best dive sites in the world.
He says: “Grenada is home to the Bianca C, or what we refer to as ‘The Titanic of the Caribbean’. It’s one of the greatest underwater sites and nearby is the Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park, a fascinating collection of figurines that can be seen by snorkelling and diving. Overall, Grenada is a welcoming, picturesque island that hasn’t yet lost its virginity, meaning guests can enjoy its peace and beauty without the crowds.”
Tour operator, DialAFlight has a number of exciting offers to Grenada including:
Flamboyant Grenada – 10% off
Offering fantastic value, the Flamboyant Hotel boasts spectacular views over Grenada’s famous Grand Anse Beach. This three-star hotel provides a great escape for water lovers offering a PADI dive centre, snorkelling and kayaking. There’s also a choice of restaurants and bars, a spa and a sun-drenched swimming pool, perfect for a relaxing day in the Caribbean sun. Enjoy seven nights in an ocean view room from just £799 per person. Valid for departures between 21 April - 12 July, the price includes accommodation on a room-only basis and flights from London with Virgin Atlantic.
A Touch Of Spice - US$100 resort credit per person
The Spice Island Beach Resort is situated just metres from Grand Anse Beach offering a blissful retreat. This five-star family run resort features luxurious suites, watersports, tennis, cycling, adventure day trips and rainforest walks. There are also two excellent restaurants using local produce and an elegant spa. DialAFlight offers seven nights in an oleander ocean or garden double suite on a half-board basis from £1,669 per person. Book by 31 March for departures between 1 May - 12 July, the price includes a complimentary US$100 resort credit per person and flights from London with Virgin Atlantic.
For more information on DialAFlight’s holidays to Grenada visit http://www.dialaflight.com/flights/caribbean/grenada/ or call 0844 556 6060.
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