Grenada has a striking new sign that welcomes visitors with a bold and colourful display of the island’s name in large letters. The sign is said to represent the unique selling points of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Unveiled by the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) it’s located at the Melville Street Cruise Ship Terminal, at the entrance of the Welcome Centre.
The letters were crafted to feature intricate depictions of the island.
“We are thrilled to unveil this beautiful new sign,” said the CEO of the GTA, Petra Roach. “It is a true representation of what Grenada has to offer, and it serves as a warm welcome to all who visit our island.”
The new sign is the latest effort by the GTA to promote and brand Grenada as a premier tourist destination. Highlighting the diverse array of attractions, including picturesque beaches, lush rainforests, and historic sites serves as a call to action for visitors to indulge in a variety of activities where they can venture through a lush, tropical rainforest with exotic flora and fauna, sail along stunning coastlines or dive beneath sparkling turquoise waves to discover intriguing shipwrecks and marine life. All while indulging in the destination’s award-winning organic chocolate and rum, savouring the spices infused throughout its cuisine, and experiencing the rhythm of the culture.
The tourism officials at the GTA are confident that the new sign will serve as a powerful symbol and a perfect representation of Grenada’s unique selling points and will inspire more visitors to explore every facet of the tri island state.