Grenada Visa Information

 
   
 
 
 
     
 

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Three large islands in the Caribbean, Grenada is known for its role in the colonial spice trade. In fact, it earned the moniker of the 'Spice Isle'. However, let’s not forget that today's Grenada makes an excellent spot for a beach vacation. The coastline is stunning, the snorkeling is outrageous, the cuisine is excellent, and the people are very friendly. When you are not lounging on the beach with a cold drink, you can go hiking, sailing, or trekking through the jungle. It's always an adventure on the Spice Isle.

Before planning your trip to Grenada, you must find out whether or not you need a visa. Lucky for you, much like the people, the visa policy of Grenada is quite relaxed, so you may be able to travel without a visa. However, not all nationalities that are visa exempt can stay in Grenada for as long as they'd like. The maximum stay period ranges from 30 days to 6 months.

Visas on arrival are also available, but they are 'conditional.' So what does that mean for you? People who are eligible and want to obtain a visa on arrival must hold a pre-clearance letter issued by Grenada.

As for the citizens who aren't on the visa exempt list, they are required to visit the embassy of Grenada and apply for a visa in-person. In some cases, applications can be received at the British embassy. If you want to know if you need a visa, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker Tool. The button is located in the top right corner of this page. Simply select your nationality from the drag-down menu and put Grenada as your destination. If you don't need a visa, then Bon Voyage! If you do, out Tool offers a list of the embassies you can use to apply.

Currently, iVisa does not process Grenada visa applications since electronic visas are not issued by the Grenada government. However, we still want to provide assistance to all travelers, which is why we offer a free support service available 24/7.

As far as the visa procedures and requirements go, you'll need to make sure that you meet them. Although you can do that online, we advise that you contact the diplomatic mission or embassy itself since they will provide the most reliable and up-to-date information. Websites are often misleading or flat-out wrong, and that can lead to critical application errors. Nevertheless, what iVisa can tell you is that you need a passport that is valid for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Grenada. For further information, contact the nearest embassy of Grenada.

We regret that information is all we can provide at the moment, but we hope it gives you an idea where to start. We wish you a hassle-free Grenada visa application process.

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