Laura Spice Garden

Grenada Island

This local spice-growing co-operative runs tours through its small plantation, which produces a variety of herbs and spices. You can also buy spices direct from the source here. It's a low-key affair, but it's interesting to get a taste of Grenadian rural life.

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