The best way to get to know the British-influenced Caribbean island is through human encounters. Grenada is a culinary delight, sporty and cheerful.

Rainbow over the state prison on the Caribbean island of Grenada / © Photo: Georg Berg

Prison with a great View

The inn of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is picturesquely situated. Nevertheless, the Grenada Richmond Hill is not on any bucket list
Hash House Harriers running event. Over hill and dale, through streams and up muddy banks. Shortly after the start, the runners have already separated from the walkers / © Photo: Georg Berg

People’s Run Hash House Harriers

Hash runs of the Hash House Harriers originated in the British colonies, where its members wanted to neutralize binge drinking through exercise since 1938.
Hash Running event in Happy Hill, Grenada / © Photo: Georg Berg

Caribbean weekend in Grenada

Weekend tip for the Caribbean island of Grenada: conquer the island on a cross-country run on Saturday and get carried away at a gospel service on Sunday
This is what sustainability looks like: The rail vehicle has been in service for more than a hundred years / © Photo: Georg Berg

Grenada’s oldest rum manufactory

The Antoine Rivers Manufactory looks just as old as it is. Here you can see the original process for the production of 500 bottles of rum per day.



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