The New York Times has unveiled its ‘52 places to visit in 2024’ list with two Caribbean destinations making the cut – Dominica and Grenada.
Grenada, nicknamed the Spice Isle, was listed as number 45 on the New York Times’ places to visit in 2024. The article highlighted the ease of travel with the promise of more flights to the Caribbean island known for its white sands and underwater art.
The article highlights various reasons to visit Grenada including the recently upgraded Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park, the available rum distillery and chocolate company tours, and the fact that Grenada is celebrating its 50th anniversary of Independence in 2024 on February 7.
So if you are thinking about visiting the Caribbean in 2024, these two destinations should probably be on your bucket list and make sure to pay a visit to Port Louis Marina, the full service marina in Grenada available throughout the year for yachts up to 90M LOA.
Zara Tremlett CMM, General Manager at Port Louis Marina comments,
It is a great honour to be recognised as being a top place to visit by The New York Times! Grenada is the most incredible island, nestled right in the South of the Caribbean, and at Port Louis Marina we work really hard to ensure a flawless customer experience for everyone who visits us by sea!”
With a plethora of events and activity taking place at Port Louis Marina including the arrival of many international yacht racing events including RORC, ARC+, Port Louis Marina will also be celebrating Grenada Sailing Week, the arrival of Viking Explorers and the Billfish Tournament.
To be part of the action and explore this destination, click here to book a berth.