Sustainable Travel

Grenada's Abundant Natural Beauty Beckons Eco-Tourists Despite Its Small Size

Grenada may be a small island, but it is big enough to offer eco-tourists plenty of opportunities to enjoy stunning natural wonders and wildlife between sun-kissed hours of relaxation on white-sand beaches. Sometimes overshadowed by the larger Caribbean islands, Grenada deserves equal consideration when planning sustainable travel. -BY PAMELA GRANT

When Christopher Columbus stepped onto the island of Grenada, he found it inhabited by the Carib Indians and covered with lush vegetation covering hills that meet the coast. Over time, the island was settled by France and passed to Britain, both countries using the island as a source of various items for export, including ....