Grenada lifts all travel restrictions related to COVID-19 from April 4
From April 4, 2022, all foreigners, regardless of vaccination status, are no longer required to take tests, have vaccination certificates, fill out “health forms” upon arrival; etc.
Grenada's chief medical officer, Dr. Sean Charles, commented on the situation: “Grenada is at a stage where we can consider lifting restrictions completely, although we know that the pandemic has not ended. We are delighted to be able to offer all guests hassle-free entry and easy travel, and we look forward to welcoming them to our beautiful islands.
Protective masks are also no longer mandatory while in the country, including including indoors.
Grenada is known throughout the world as the “Isle of Spice”. It produces cloves, cinnamon, ginger, fragrant and wild coffee. The country is the second largest producer of nutmeg in the world after Indonesia. It provides 20 percent of the world's reserves of this product.
The country's capital, St. George's (Saint George), is located on the southwestern coast of the island of Grenada. St. George's is the seat of government and the main commercial center.
Grenada is close to the Equator, so it is warm and comfortable here all year round. Average temperature — from 23 to 28 degrees.