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The unspoilt, verdant landscape of Grenada is awash with magnificent fauna and flora.
Locals recognise the importance of preserving the natural beauty of the country, as many to this day, rely on the land for their livelihoods. With much of the island designated as National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries, the tropical climate ensures a year-round, tropical blaze of colour. A wealth of tropical fruits, spices and vegetables are used in the local cuisine and are widely cultivated around the Island, including bananas, cocoa, mango as well as lesser known herbs and spices such as black sage and lemon grass. The colourful national flower, bougainvillea is bountiful throughout the Island.