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24 Sep

Planning a Trip to Grenada? You Will Want to Know This

Like its Caribbean neighbors, Grenada began reopening to foreign tourists on August 1 — with many health conditions attached. Unfortunately, it’s not going to be easy for Americans to visit.

Travel is supposed to be extremely difficult for “high-risk” tourists from places like America where coronavirus is still rapidly spreading.

Only chartered flights are allowed from these countries.

Anyone traveling to Grenada from a high-risk country will find a 14-day mandatory quarantine period awaiting upon arrival. Additionally, tourists from “Red Zones” will have to undergo quarantining at an approved state facility for the same period — subject to the discretion of local officials.

Additionally, requirements of low and middle-risk countries still apply. A negative PCR test result, dated at most seven days prior to entry, is needed — and rapid testing upon arrival will still take place. Tourists may have to stay 2-4 days at a government-approved accommodation while awaiting PCR results and be able to resume quarantine elsewhere (as long as they are not from the “Red Zones”).

Although a visa is not required for US travel to Grenada, a valid US passport is. If you’re looking to get your US passport quick and easy, our team would be happy to assist you. Just contact us at or call us at 713-874-1420.

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