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Getting to Grenada

When you fly to Grenada, you will be flying into Maurice Bishop Interntional Airport (GND). You will be landing in the Southwestern Corner of the island known as Point Salines. The southwestern part of Grenada is where most of the action is. The rainforest takes up most of the center of the island with beautiful beaches scattered all around the island's coastline. Most of the hotels and rentals are all within 20 minutes of the airport. Taxis are readily available for you when you land at the airport.

From the United States, you will find direct flights to Maurice Bishop International Airport in Grenada (GND) from: 

(JFK) JFK International Airport, New York  

(MIA) Miami International Airport, FL

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Many connections from other airports connect you via the flight to Grenada from Miami and/or JFK such as but not limited to the following:

(BOS) Logan International Airport, Boston, MA

(EWR) Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ

(PHL) Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, PA

(BWI) Baltimore Washington International Airport, Baltimore, MD

(ORF) Norfolk International Airport, Norfolk, VA

(CLT) Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, NC

(ATL) Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, GA

(TPA) Tampa International Airport, Tampa, FL

(IAH) George Bush Intercontinentatl Airport, Houston, TX

(MSY) Louis Armstrong International Airport, New Orleans, LA

(LAX) Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, CA

Another easy connection option is to fly direct to Port of Spain, Trinidad (POS) which is located just 80 miles South of Grenada and you can get the easy 40 minute flight into Grenada from Trinidad. Some airports (although not limited to the following) that offer direct flights to POS are the following :

(IAH) George Bush Intercontinentatl Airport, Houston, TX

(JFK) JFK International Airport, NY 

(EWR) Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ

(MIA) Miami International Airport, Miami, FL

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Necessary Documentation to Enter Grenada

You will need a valid passport in which its expiration date is more then 6 months away. You will also need a return ticket (by this we mean you need a ticket to show when you will be departing the country of Grenada. 

When You Land in Grenada

You will be landing in the Southwestern Corner of the island known at Point Salines. The southwestern part of Grenada is where most of the action is. Most of the hotels and rentals are all within 20 minutes of the airport. Taxis are readily available for you at the airport, and typically you can expect to pay $25-40 USD for a taxi to get to most usual locations. Port Louis Marina, where we keep our Sportfishing boats for charter is a 15-20 minute taxi ride from the airport and typically $25 USD.

While you are in Grenada, you can line yourself up with a driver or two by getting their phone numbers or business cards. They typically are great at being on time when you need them if you schedule ahead with them. Most hotels make is easy to get taxis as well should you need one to get around.

Rental Cars

For most visitors coming to Grenada, you have to remember that in Grenada they drive on the left side of the road (opposite of the United States and many other countries) and the traffic can be rather tricky compared to what most people are used to. If you feel you have no problem handling this and want to see the island of Grenada on your own accord, a rental car may be a good idea. 

Rental car rates are typically between 50-80 USD per day.  In order to rent a car in Grenada, you must first secure a Grenadian driving permit, which you can get by going to the police station and showing them your current driver's license.  The police station is located on The Carenage which is in St Georges. The cost for your Grenadian driving permit is $60 EC.  Some rental companies can provide drivers with a local permit as part of their service, so be sure to check into this before making the trip to the police station.

Public Transportation

Public Transit around the Southwestern part of Grenada is actually very good.  The bus system runs regularly and there are many of them. By bus, we mean passenger vans, most of which are "colorful" in a wide variety of ways, you can't miss them most of the time.  It's a great way to get a feel for the local vibe as the people of Grenada are very friendly.  Each bus has zone stickers that are placed in the front window of each bus.  Every bus has a manager at the door. The manager manages the passengers and their fares leaving the driver to focus on driving only.  If you have any questions, ask the manager.  The buses run from 6am until 9pm from Monday-Saturday, so be aware that if you plan to go out on the town and have drinks past 9pm, you will need a taxi to get back to your "home location" while you're in Grenada.  The bus fares usually range from $3-8EC.

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