Grenada : Travel

Traveller information

Immigration and customs: 

Passports must be valid for at least six months from the date of departure. Visas are required by most Commonwealth nationals. Prohibited imports include some fresh food and soil.

Travel within the country: 

Driving is on the left. Visitors wishing to drive in Grenada need to purchase a local driving permit; they must be aged at least 25 years and in possession of a foreign driving licence.

There are regular flights from Grenada to Carriacou and Petite Martinique; and daily ferry services from St George’s to the other islands. Taxis and minibuses serve the islands.

Travel health: 

Prevalent diseases where appropriate precautionary measures are recommended include dengue fever and hepatitis B.

There were 116,000 tourist arrivals in 2013.