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Grenada travel alerts

Grenada alerts and entry requirements correct as of 16:30 GMT on Thursday 18 November 2021

All visitors age 13 and above must be fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccination to visit Grenada. See Grenada’s Ministry of Health website for more information.

Always check travel advice for the country you're travelling to, even if you're returning home.

Please read all the latest Requirements to enter Grenada

 

Requirements to enter Grenada

You must check all requirements before heading to the airport. 

To help you in the planning of your trip, we recommend you check the Grenada Tourism Authority and https://covid19.gov.gd/travel-covid/  pages before travelling. 

All travellers arriving in Grenada by air or seaport must be fully vaccinated unless they are a citizen or resident of Grenada.

Children who are 12 years and under travelling with fully vaccinated relatives will be treated as fully vaccinated. 

Unvaccinated minors between 13 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.

Persons with a travel history in the last 14 days to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini will not be allowed into Grenada.

This is following reports of a new strain of COVID-19, called Omicron, which has been described by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a variant of concern.

The entry requirements and health protocols implemented by the Government of Grenada can be found here: https://covid19.gov.gd

Our flights are making a stop in Barbados before continuing to Grenada but you only have to meet the entry requirements for Grenada.

 

Pre-departure testing

All customers over the age of 6 and above must have a negative result from a PCR test taken no more than 3 days before arriving in Grenada.

Find out how to book your Covid-19 tests

 

Health Declaration Certificate

A Health Declaration Certificate shows that you are authorised to enter Grenada. All customers, including children, require a certificate which must be presented at check-in and on arrival in Grenada

The process can be completed online. You’ll need to answer a few health questions and provide some personal details.

Health Declaration Certificate can be completed here

 

Proof of Vaccination

To be considered fully vaccinated you must carry evidence to show 2 weeks have passed since your final dose of a 2-dose series or single-dose vaccine. 

Children who are 12 years and under travelling with fully vaccinated relatives will be treated as fully vaccinated. 

Unvaccinated minors between 13 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.

Adults travelling in a group or travellers who normally reside in the same household will be treated as unvaccinated, if a member of that household (12 years of age or older) is part of the travelling party, and has not been fully vaccinated.

 

Quarantine

Fully vaccinated travellers with a valid negative pre-flight PCR test will no longer need to quarantine and are not required to test on arrival unless deemed necessary by Health Officials during health screening.

There are local restrictions in place in Grenada. For more information, please visit covid-19 Regulations

 

Passport

Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months after the date of arriving in Grenada.

 

Visa

British passport holders can visit Grenada without a visa for up to 6 months, or up to 3 months for US or EU passport holders.

All visitors arriving in Grenada by air or seaport must be fully vaccinated unless they are a citizen or resident of Grenada. Children who are 12 years and under travelling with fully vaccinated relatives will be treated as fully vaccinated. 

Unvaccinated minors between 14 and 18 years old can travel to Grenada with their vaccinated guardians. The entire travel party will be treated as unvaccinated and required to quarantine for up to 7 days.

Our flights are making a stop in Barbados before continuing to Grenada but you only have to meet the entry requirements for Grenada.

 

Pre-departure testing

All customers over the age of 6 and above must have a negative result from a PCR test taken no more than 3 days before arriving in Grenada.

Find out how to book your Covid-19 tests

 

Travel Authorisation Permit

Unvaccinated travellers will need to apply and obtain a travel authorisation permit in order to be allowed to travel. The process can be completed online. You’ll need to provide some personal details, proof that you’ve paid to stay at Pure Safe Accommodation for at least 7 days or alternatively you can apply for home quarantine. In addition you will be directed to book and pay for your arrival PCR test before your travel is approved.

Travel Authorisation can be completed here.

 

Health Declaration Certificate

All customers, including children, require a certificate which must be presented at check-in and on arrival in Grenada. The process can be completed online where you’ll need to answer a few health questions.

Health Declaration Certificate can be completed here

 

Covid-19 testing on arrival

After arriving in Grenada, you’ll need to stay in Pure Safe travel approved accommodation until you’ve completed a PCR Covid-19 test and received a negative result.

You must pay a one-off testing fee before your trip which will cover the cost of any Covid-19 tests you need while in Grenada.

Pay for Covid-19 testing in Grenada

 

Quarantine

Unvaccinated citizens and residents of Grenada will need to reserve approved accommodation for at least 7 days.  Please View list of approved accommodation here.

You will be required to take a PCR test on day 5 of your quarantine. If your day 5 test is positive, you’ll need to remain in quarantine for 14 days from the date of your test.

Find out more from the Grenada Ministry of Health

There are local restrictions in place in Grenada. For more information, please visit covid-19 Regulations

 

Passport

Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months after the date of arriving in Grenada.

 

Visa

British passport holders can visit Grenada without a visa for up to 6 months, or up to 3 months for US or EU passport holders.

Following the latest government, World Health Organisation, and industry regulatory guidance, you must wear a face mask or face covering at all times onboard the flight and throughout the airport.

You may only remove the face mask for the following reasons:

  • To avoid harm or injury, or the risk of harm or injury, to yourself or others
  • To eat or drink where it is reasonably necessary to do so, or to take medication

There are some exemptions that apply to the wearing of face masks or face coverings:

  • If you can't put on, wear, or remove a face covering without severe distress, or due to any physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability (within the meaning of section 6 of the Equality Act 2010)
  • If you're travelling with, or providing assistance to, another person who relies on lip-reading to communicate
  • Children 11 and under unless you are travelling to/from the US*

*Customers travelling to or from the USA aged 2 and over must wear a face mask at all times in the airport and on board the flight. The same exemptions apply.

You must wear a face mask in all public spaces while visiting Grenada, including public areas of hotels, supermarkets and pharmacies. You may remove your mask to eat, drink, take medication or exercise. Masks are not needed at the beach provided you observe social distancing.

Grenada recommends using their contact tracing mobile app called 'Ronatrac'. Download it and register before you travel.

Grenada airport guides

Grenada

 Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND)

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