An island nation located in the Caribbean, Grenada is also sometimes referred to as Spice Island since it is the world’s second-largest producer of nutmeg after Indonesia and a significant producer of mace, cinnamon, ginger and cloves. 

With a tropical climate and several beaches along its coastline, tourism forms the backbone of its foreign exchange reserves, with ecotourism growing in significance. A majority of its population is descended from African slaves, as well as indentured workers from India. The official language is English with two creole languages also spoken, (Grenadian Creole English French, sometimes called ‘patois’) reflecting the multicultural African, European, and indigenous heritage of the nation.

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