If you've settled on a villa or hotel in Grenada as your Caribbean vacation destination, look no further than this page for all the information you need. Everything from attractions and things to do to, like visiting Grande Anse Beach, to basic transportation information is covered in the tabs here, so browse around to learn more about all that Grenada has to offer.
Getting to Grenada and getting around. Our transportation tips will help make your trip smoother. More good sand advice.
Proof of citizenship in the form of a passport or a photo ID with a birth certificate or voter's registration card for US, Canadian or British citizens and a return or ongoing ticket. Other countries require a passport or visa.
Point Salines International Airport
On the left - A valid driver's license must be presented for a permit. Permit costs around US$12.
Vacationers don't just stay in Grenada villas - they come to paradise to get married and celebrate their honeymoons! Must be resident on the island for three working days prior to license application.Cost: US$10Documents Required: A valid passport and birth certificate as well as proof of Decree Absolute if divorced, death certificate if applicable and proof by Deed P
Before making their way to Grenada villas, vacationers like to know a little bit of helpful information to make them feel more at home during their stay. Take a look at our travel tips to make your time in villas in Grenada even more relaxing.
|Size:||344 sq km|
|Time:||13:44 pm zone:-4 (GMT/UTC -4)|
|Official Language:||English; Locals speak a French Creole.|
|Currency:||Eastern Caribbean Dollar - U.S. dollars widely accepted.|
|Topography:||volcanic in origin with central mountains|
|Telephone:||international: country code - 1-473|