Entering Grenada, you need to present your passport, with validity term of six months, after you leave the country, and presenting your return ticket.
Anyway, we wish to recommend you to check, before you leave, at Consular Section of Grenada Embassy abroad, whether the conditions for the entry and stay did not changed in the meantime.
The citizens of European Union countries do not need an entry visa, for permitted stay up to 90 days. If you have the intention to stay in Grenada for more than 90 days, you need a visa. While asking for visa granting, you need to fill in the respective application form, present a passport with validity term of six months at least, two photos of passport dimension and return ticket. The administration fee for visa granting makes, in this case, the amount of USD 50. The diplomats ask for visa granting by means of so called „verbal nota“, attaching two photos and filling the required application form. The visa for diplomats is issued free of charge.
The arrival is not necessary to be announced to police authorities. The announcement in Immigration Office is necessary only in case, when the prolongation of the stay is required.
Driving motor vehicle, you need the respective driving licence. Temporary driving licence could be obtained in most of rent a car offices or in local traffic department (The Carenage in St. George´s) on base of presenting of international driving licence (the fee makes USD 22). The traffic in Grenada is effected on left side of the road.
In a moment of departure, the passenger is obliged to pay a tax, amounting to East Caribbean Dollars 35 (USD 14). The children up to five years of age are set free from this tax, and the children from 5 up to 12 years of age pay half-price of the tax.
Information and warnings on travelling abroad is to be found HERE.