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  • "Grenada's Leading Boutique Hotel" and "Grenada's Leading Spa Resort"
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Direct flights to Grenada from Miami, NY, London and Canada No visas required to enter the island of Grenada

Travel to Grenada

Travel by Air

If arriving from the United States via New York/JFK
JetBlue: www.jetblue.com
Delta: www.delta.com
Caribbean Airlines: www.caribbean-airlines.com

If arriving from the United States via Miami
American Airlines: www.aa.com
Caribbean Airlines: www.caribbean-airlines.com

If arriving from the United States via Atlanta
Delta: www.delta.com

If arriving from the United States via Ft. Lauderdale
Caribbean Airlines: www.caribbean-airlines.com/

If arriving from Canada via Toronto
Air Canada: www.aircanada.com

If arriving from the UK
British Airways: www.britishairways.com
Virgin: www.virgin-atlantic.com
Caribbean Airlines: www.caribbean-airlines.com

If arriving from Germany
Condor: www.condor.com

If arriving from Venezuela
Conviasa: www.conviasa.aero

If arriving from another Caribbean Island
Caribbean Airlines: www.caribbean-airlines.com/
LIAT Airlines: www.liat.com

Travel Documents to Enter Grenada

With international and regional flights arriving daily, Grenada is an easy island to travel to. All US, Canadian, and Mexican citizens are required to have passport, although no visa is required.

If Arriving by Air
The airport departure tax is $60EC or $22US per person, and is usually included in the price of the ticket. No credit cards are accepted.

If Arriving by Boat
Seafarers may arrive by private yacht or sailboat, and anchor off Laluna's intimate bay known as Portici, which is only two bays south of Grenada's famous Grand Anse Beach.

Other Documentation
For those visiting Grenada for a destination wedding, view the Weddings portion of the Laluna website for more information on the island's legal marriage requirements.

Visit the Laluna Blog for more information on the island and things to do while visiting Grenada

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