Grenada Is Now Open for Tourism Caribbean Journal

Grenada is now officially open and welcomes tourists from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe, among other source markets.

It is an important addition to the island’s tourism relaunch, which began in the summer with grants for travel from selected source markets.

“Pure Grenada Just for You is the perfect place to escape to paradise,” said Patricia Maher, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, the Caribbean Journal. “Team Grenada has taken the best possible steps to ensure that the visitor experience is“ Pure Safe Travels Approved ”. Today we are more convinced than ever that as a travel destination we can offer a safe and enjoyable vacation to the world. “

Find the latest Grenada travel logs here; most importantly, all visitors to Grenada must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test result within seven days of travel.

It is crucial that all travelers from countries such as the USA, Great Britain and Europe have to stay in their hotel for at least four days for observation and quarantine.

On the fourth day, travelers can get a PCR test to be accepted into the community, or they can forego the test and stay at the hotel for the duration of their visit.

All travelers to Grenada are required to fill out a pre-travel form (you can find it here) and download the Ronatrac contact tracking app.

The Laluna Hotel in Grenada.

So how do you get there?

Air Cnada will resume flights on October 5th, while US airlines such as JetBlue and American Airlines will resume flights to Grenada on October 3rd and 8th, respectively.

UK and European visitors can fly to Barbados on British Airways or Virgin Atlantic, and regional flights to Grenada (however, Barbados passengers must have a negative test result within 72 hours of arrival).

The True Blue Bay Resort.

A number of Grenada resorts are reopening this week, most notably the return of Sandals Grenada on October 1st.

Other options include the True Blue Bay Boutique Resort; the Coyaba Beach Resort; including the Laluna Boutique Resort, the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort and the Mount Cinnamon Resort.

For more, visit Pure Grenada.

– CJ