The arrival protocols at Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) can be found by visiting the Government of Grenada's Travelers' Guide.
Below is a summary of the latest information:
- All visitors are required to have a reservation at a Pure Safe Travel Accommodation. Calabash is on this approved list.
- Visitors must apply for a Pure Safe Travel Certificate - one per person, and upload the negative laboratory result of the PCR test which cannot be taken more than 7 days prior to travel.
- Visitors must have travel medical insurance that covers COVID-19 related illness.
All travellers will undergo health screening on arrival (symptom review, temperature checks, and testing only if deemed necessary).
You will present your Pure Save Travel Certificate and your negative PCR test to Health Screeners for verification.
You will proceed to Immigration for processing.
You will be transported to Calabash by an approved airport taxi as arranged by the Airport Authority and coordinated with the hotel.
During Your Stay
You will be required to remain at the hotel during the quarantine period. You will not be confined to your suite and will have full use of all the facilities. On the 5th day, you must have a PCR test done only if you wish to leave the hotel. Once the results return negative (results are usually ready within 1-2 working days), you will be free to leave the hotel and interact with the public. This means the quarantine period can be up to 7 days.
If you remain at the hotel for your entire stay, there is no need to be tested.
Flying to Grenada
The following is the latest information that we have:
- Air Canada has resumed direct flights from Canada to Grenada on Mondays and Saturdays, departing from Toronto Pearson
- British Airways has resumed direct flights to Grenada on Wednesdays and Saturdays, departing from London Gatwick
- Virgin Atlantic has resumed direct flights to Grenada on Mondays and Thursdays, departing from London Heathrow
- American Airlines has resumed direct flights between Miami (MIA) and Grenada, 5 days per week (excluding Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
- JetBlue Airlines has resumed direct flights between New York (JFK) and Grenada every Saturday.
- interCaribbean Airways has direct flights between Grenada and Barbados 10x per week, increasing to 18x per week as of 1st November.
The above information is subject to change at short notice.