COVID-19 travel restrictions: Grenada

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This article has been written on the May 20, 2022 and contains accurate information. However, we highly recommend you check the latest travel requirements before you book a trip since covid regulations are constantly updating.

Can I enter Grenada?

You can enter Grenada. Moreover, from April 4, 2022, Grenada has lifted all COVID-19 restrictions.

Young girl free diving in underwater sculpture park of St. George's, Grenada — ShutterstockGrenada Underwater Sculpture Park — Shutterstock

Can I enter Grenada if I am vaccinated, unvaccinated or recovered?

Both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers can enter Grenada without limitations and without presenting any COVID-19 relevant documents. 

However, please be aware that COVID-19 remains a risk worldwide. Entry rules can change at short notice, so check official websites.

As for vaccination, the following vaccine drugs are approved in Grenada:

  • AstraZeneca
  • Covishield

Travel documents if I am vaccinated / unvaccinated / recovered

As of April 2022, no COVID-19 documents are required to enter Grenada.

Can I leave Grenada? 

You can leave Grenada. 

Can I leave Grenada if I am vaccinated? 

Vaccinated travelers can leave Grenada. Please take your time to learn all the COVID-19 requirements of your destination country. 

Travel documents if I am vaccinated

  • A certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19 in paper or electronic format

In addition, it is recommended to check the requirements of negative test results for vaccinated travelers. Certain countries demand tests regardless of the vaccination status. 

Can I leave Grenada if I am unvaccinated? 

Unvaccinated travelers can leave Grenada. 

Travel documents if I am vaccinated

  • A certificate of recovery from COVID-19 (no more than 180 days old before the day of crossing the border of a particular country)
  • A negative COVID-19 test result (the relevant period and kind of test may vary, please check the requirements of the destination country)

COVID-19 situation in Grenada currently

Currently, the COVID-19 situation in Grenada is moderate. Most restrictions have been lifted.

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FAQs

Is it safe to travel to Grenada right now?

International travel to Grenada is safe. The principal covid-related regulations are still in place, but they have been lifted. For example, masks indoors are mandatory only if it is a crowded place.

Is Saint George’s open for travel?

Saint George’s is open for tourists now. 

Do I have to quarantine if I go to Grenada?

You do not have to quarantine when you go to Grenada.

How do I get a health pass to travel to Grenada?

Currently, there is no common health pass for foreign visitors to Grenada. There is little chance you will need it since all COVID-19 regulations have been lifted or removed entirely.

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