Friday, September 10, 2021

How To Travel To Grenada

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By air

Maurice Bishop International Airport (IATA: GND) is located on the main island of Grenada, on a peninsula in the extreme southwest of the Point Salines region. It is about 6 km from the capital St. George’s. Delta (New York JFK, Atlanta), British Airways, American Eagle, American Airlines, Monarch, Air Canada (winter season), Virgin Atlantic (UK), Liat, Caribbean Airlines, Condor (Germany – winter season), Air Transat (Toronto – rare?) and Conviasa (VE) (from Porlamar, Margarita) fly directly to Grenada; connections can be made with Liat via Trinidad and Barbados and from Barbados via SVG Airlines.

With the boat

  • Many cruise ships dock at or near St. George’s between October and May. In 2005, a large cruise terminal was completed that can dock four ships at a time. The terminal’s “shopping mall” houses many shops, some typical of Caribbean cruises, others unique to the island.

Private moorings for yachts are available all over the island.

  • Osprey Lines, +1 473 440-8126, ferry service between the islands of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
  • Charters in different sizes and with different crews can be found by enquiring at hotels or the Grenada Yacht Club in St George’s, or on the island’s official tourism website: