Grenada is a sovereign state that became independent on this day in 1974. The island, which consists of six other islands, is bordered by Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Known as the “Island of Spice”, Grenada is one of the most sought-after islands in the Caribbean. With a population of more than 111, 000 people, its main exports are nutmegs and mace crops. This makes it a hub for the magnificent nutmeg and Spicemas festival.
Grenada is charming and boasts of a wide range of greenery with hills.
To commemorate its independence, we take a look at some facts you probably didn’t know about Grenada.