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From river tubing to whale watching: Dominica’s unmissable activities

Unsure how to spend your time on Dominica? Don’t miss out on these activities!

The spice of life: why you should consider a holiday in Grenada

This fascinating island ticks all the boxes for a classic Caribbean getaway.

Visions of hope: how Hurricane Maria shaped Dominica’s cultural landscape

The hurricane's devastating presence can still be felt in the island's flourishing art scene.

Hike Grenada: Five great walks on the island

Usually eclipsed by spices and beaches, Grenada’s hiking trails are scenic and rewarding.

La Soye: Dominica’s first (unrecorded) European settlement?

If buried treasure still exists, perhaps the Kalinago myth of Spanish bounty in east Dominica is true...

A self-guided tour of St George’s

Author Paul Crask takes us on a walking tour of the beautiful Grenadian capital. 

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Born in England, Paul Crask grew up in Yorkshire and graduated from Leeds University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He also spent time in former East Germany, studying at what was once the Karl Marx University of Leipzig. After graduating he travelled to Japan where he lived and worked as a teacher for two years before backpacking around the world from the Far East back to Europe via North America. He worked in London for ten years before dropping out and embarking on a radical lifestyle change with his wife, Celia. They moved to her native Dominica in 2005, where they now live in their self-built home. His freelance travel articles and photographs have featured in international and regional publications. He is the author of Bradt’s Dominica and Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique.

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A self-guided tour of St George’s

Author Paul Crask takes us on a walking tour of the beautiful Grenadian capital. 

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The Bianca C

Bianca C  is the Caribbean’s largest diveable shipwreck. Nicknamed ‘the Titanic of the Caribbean’, this wreck is an atmospheric and interesting dive.

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Walking in Carriacou

Author Paul Crask explores enchanting Carriacou in the Southern Grenadines on foot, proving walking is the best method of transport around the island.

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Grenada hiking guide

Read our tips on how to make the most of Grenada’s wonderful hiking trails.

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