A valid passport and return onward ticket is required. However, proof of citizenship bearing a photograph is acceptable from British, Canadian and US Citizens if accompanied with a birth certificate. Visas are not required from citizens of USA, Canada, United Kingdom and its dependencies, British Commonwealth countries, Caribbean countries (except Cuba), European Community countries and their dependencies, Norway, Japan, and Israel.
Commonwealth of Independent States such as Russia and the Ukraine and the Baltic States such as Estonia and Latavia, and other eastern European countries such as Hungary, Romania and Slovania are required to purchase a tourist visa on arrival in Grenada. The cost is EC$25.00.
There is an 10% Government Tax at all hotels and restaurants.
Everyone leaving Grenada is required to pay an Airport service and security charge.
Persons aged 13 years and over pay EC$50, persons 5 years to 12 years pay EC$ 25 and children under 5 years are exempted.
Departure tax is collected when leaving the island at the airport.
None are required unless you are coming from an infected area within six days of arrival, then a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is required from all travelers over one year of age.
From Grenada, you can catch the Osprey Shuttle to carry you to and from Carriacou with comfort. Experience a two hour scenic boat-journey with the power-catamaran along the west coast from Grenada passing the small islets between Grenada and Carriacou. The Osprey shuttle operates on a twice daily sailing schedule between Carriacou & Grenada except Saturdays when there is no return from Grenada in the late afternoon. For more information visit www.ospreylines.com.
SVG airline operates daily schedule flights between Grenada’s Point Saline International Airport and Carriacou’s Lauriston Airport with connections to Union Island Flight time is just 20 minutes. For more info call SVG/GRENADA : phone +1 (473) 444-3549 or visit www.svgair.com