Caribbean Birding Trail

Launches New Training Program for 24 Tour Guides on Grenada (St. Georges, Grenada) July 8th, 2013  - Ramier. Godbird. Chicken Hawk. Until recently, that is how many of the Caribbean Birding Trail Guide Training participants would have described some of Grenada’s common birds. Now, after having successfully completed the five-day training course, participants know that these birds have common English names that are recognized internationally by the birding community: Scaly-naped Pigeon (Ramier),...
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Bird Lovers Pay Attention!

The 19th Regional Meeting of the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds will be held 27-31 July 2013 St. George's University, Grenada Theme: Bird Conservation in a Changing Climate As a lead up to the birding conference which sees up to 300+ persons, Caribbean Horizons Guides will be part of the intensive bird guiding - training which will take place in June using experienced facilitators and research ornithologists as presenters. Our "graduation" will be to take the birders ...
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Traditional Cross Harbour Swim

Last Saturday was the traditional Cross harbour swim from the Carenage in the town of St. George’s to world famous Grand Anse Beach in the south of the island. The fastest time this year was 38 mins, the sea was choppy and it was windy! Congratulations to Grenada's top 2 swimmers who came 1st, in male Kerry Oliverre and female Oreoluwa Cherebin. They will be going on to Carifta swim meet later this month. The event saw 73 entrants from 11 years to 70 years. This was also a good warm up for tr...
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Something for Everyone!

Grenada is getting ready for three great events in January! Budget Marine Spice Island Bill Fish Tournament - 22 January - 26 January The first event is the 44th Annual Budget Marine Spice Island Bill Fish Tournament, 22 January – 26 January. This prestigious event was first held in 1964 and has been running annually since then. Boats from other islands such as Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, St. Lucia and Martinique join with anglers from all over the world to experience the great fishin...
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A son of the soil’s service to Country and Tourism recognised

Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA) celebrated its 50th Anniversary at Spice Island Beach Resort on Saturday 15th December 2012 and honored distinguished son of the soil Sir John Augustus Watts KCMG for his years of service to his country and in particular to Grenada's Tourism. Present at the ceremony were the Governor General Sir Carlyle Glean and Lady Glean, Prime Minister Hon. Tilman Thomas, leader of the Opposition, Dr Keith Mitchell, Minister of Tourism Dr George Vincent and the...
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