Grenada Visa – How To Apply For A Grenadian Visa

Have you been wanting to visit Grenada? A Grenada visa will not be required to do so for up to 90 days. If you are a United States citizen, you will not need a visa to visit Grenada. Though a visa is not necessary for travel to Grenada, you will need to ensure the following are in order.

Check passport validity – All travelers to Grenada will need a passport that is valid for at least 90 days after they depart Grenada. The ideal amount of validity time that should be left on your passport when you depart a country should be roughly 6 months.

Blank visa pages – Grenada along with many other countries, require at least two blank visa pages in your passport book when you arrive and depart Grenada. This will permit any necessary stamps that will need to be stamped in your passport during your travel.

Transit Visa – Sometimes a transit visa is required when traveling to a country on a connecting flight. Countries that your fight stops at overseas may need to see a transit visa when connecting flights.

Keep in mind, as of June 2009 WHTI Documents are acceptable when returning to the United States from the Caribbean. However, these Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) documents may not be accepted by the country you are traveling to. You should contact the Embassy of Grenada for current information on traveling to that country to avoid any travel issues.

Grenada Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Embassy of Grenada in Washington DC
1701 New Hampshire Ave. N.W.
Washington, DC
United States
Consulate General of Grenada in New York
800 Second Avenue, Suite #400K
New York, NY
United States

Additional Grenada Information

Capital St. George’s
Currency East Caribbean dollar (XCD)
Language EnglishGrenadian Creole English
Grenadian Creole French
Electricity Voltage: 230 V Frequency: 50 Hz Power sockets: type G
Country Code 1+473
Time Zone
Summer (DST)  (UTC−4)