Synopses & Reviews
Since its decimation by Hurricane Ivan in 2004, the three-island state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique has been rebuilt, renovated and improved. These islands are once more open for business, and enjoying a newfound prosperity as visitor numbers increase year on year. Grenada has national parks that teem with wildlife and trekking opportunities through forests of nutmeg, avocado and mango trees. Neighboring Carriacou is one of the Caribbeans top diving destinations and Petit Martinique is a laid-back paradise with unspoilt, secluded beaches.
About the Author
When not busy writing Paul Crask dabbles as a freelance scuba-diving instructor, underwater videographer and hiking guide. Hes also the author of Bradts Dominica.