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Christmas in GrenadaYuletide traditions vary throughout the Caribbean, with Grenada celebrating different Christmas customs to its neighbouring isles. Here's how to celebrate a traditional Caribbean Christmas in Grenada.

 

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Exploring Old San Juan | Old San Juan cobbled street

With around 500 years of intriguing history, Puerto Rico’s capital San Juan is a fascinating place to visit, and where better to see it for yourself than the old walled city. Spend a day exploring Old San Juan’s cobbled streets and soak up its distinct culture. We take a look at the best things to do on a day out in this pocket of Puerto Rico.

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Hidden Havana

by BenWinstanley October - last edited October

Hidden Havana | Havana at dusk

The timeless quality of historic Havana attracts hordes of visitors each year. But, away from the tourist trail, there’s much to be discovered along the streets Ernest Hemingway once walked. From captivating artwork to symbols of the country’s eclectic past, our guide to hidden Havana offers an insider’s perspective on Cuba’s vibrant capital.

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Magnificent migrations: The wildlife of St LuciaThe Island of St Lucia, located mid-way in the Caribbean chain of Islands, lies in the path of the Caribbean flyway and some oceanic migratory routes between North and South America. As a staging ground for many migratory bird species that pass through each year, it attracts Peregrine Falcon, Black Belly Duck, Masked Duck and many other species. More than a third of its land area is under forest cover provided by a wide variety of woodlands – one very good reason why the birds and wildlife of St Lucia are so many and so varied.

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The best winter festivals in BarbadosWith the arrival of the winter months, what better way to escape the cold than with a trip to Barbados to enjoy its year-round, sun-soaked days and balmy nights? Hop between secluded bays and sheltered coves, dive into coral-rich waters and explore the UNESCO World Heritage capital, Bridgetown. And to make your time on the island even more memorable, coincide your trip with one of these brilliant festivals in Barbados.

 

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On business in GrenadaBusiness travel doesn’t have to be all stuffy meetings and suit-and-tie presentations. When travelling to Grenada for work, there are plenty of opportunities for quality downtime for busy executives keen to strike a Caribbean work-life balance. Take a look at our guide to getting the most out of being on business in Grenada.

 

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