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Geographical situation and weather:
Grenada is consists of three important islands: Grenada and its sister islands Carriacou and petite Martini. All of them are beautiful and rich in culture, history places ,fresh culinary delights and much more. Carriacou is only 90 minutes boat ride from St. Georgia’s the capital city
Genada’s proximity to the equator ensures a year –reound tropical climate, with average temperature between 23 and 28. Winds provide perfect situation.
History and culture:
Grenada was inhibited by Carib Indeans who emigrated from South American mainland. The island was famous as Camerhough,but Vhristopher Colubus rename it:’ Concepcion island’ during his visit in 1498. Spanish sailors found it to be so evocative of Andaucia’s green mountain scenery that it was named Grenada
It was a british and French colony, but finally in 1974 it pronounced its independency from the United Kingdom.
Grenada’s people are very educated and high literacy level.St.Georgia’s university has 6000 students from 140 countries, including faculties of Medicine and Veterinary Science,and has been working for 35 years .thus, a full medical teaching hospital will be built in forthcoming future
Considerable population visiting is a surprising event and Grenada is very undiscovered and full of opportunities
- Official name: Grenada
- Dependencies: Carriacou and Petite Martinique
- Area, including all three islands: 344 km2 (133 sq. miles)
- Population: 108,132 (UN estimate, 2008)
- Capital: St George’s
- Location: 12.07° North 61.40° West
- Currency: Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD)
- Major languages: English (official), French patois
- Nationality: Grenadian
- Major religion: Christianity
- Life expectancy: 67 years (men), 70 years (women) (UN)
- GNI per capita: USD 4,670 (World Bank, 2007)
- Current labour force: 40% of population
- International dialling code: +1 473
- Internet domain: .gd
- Airport: Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA)
- Climate: Tropical, with average temperature of 24ºC (75ºF)
- Time zone: EST+ 1 (GMT – 4:00)
- Government: Constitutional monarchy
- Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II, Governor General Dr Cécile La Grenade
- Head of Government: Dr the Right Hon. Keith Mitchell
- Ruling Party: New National Party (NNP)
- Elections: Last elections on 19 February 2013, next elections by 2018
- Suffrage: Universal at 18
- National Holiday: 7 February (1974, Independence Day)
- Constitution: December 19, 1975
During past twenty years, Grenada’s economy has altered from agriculture to the provision of services. Its largest exports such as nutmeg, of which Grenada is the world’s second-largest producer, cocoa beans, fish, and wheat flours. Core export destinations include the United States, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, and Canada. Other spices produced for export include mace, cloves, and cinnamon. Exported fruits and vegetables consist of bananas and citrus fruits.
Tourism part is greatly developing, with the island going on to take more and more shares of the market for Caribbean tourism. Much of this expansion is because of foreign direct investment, as foreign business persons choose to invest in Grenada’s growing popularity with visitors and leisure travelers. The nation depends highly on tourism to earn foreign currency.
Safety and Security
Grenada is known as the safest nations in the Caribbean, and in fact the whole western hemisphere. Security is in the hands of the Royal Grenada Police Force, and Grenada is a member of the Regional Security System of the Eastern Caribbean.