How to go to Grenada
Grenada is a small island nation located in the Caribbean Sea, and the main gateway to the country is the Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) located in the capital city of St. George's. Here are some ways to get to Grenada:
By air - The Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) is served by several international airlines, including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, British Airways, Air Canada, and Caribbean Airlines. There are direct flights from several major cities in North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.
By sea - Grenada is also accessible by sea, with several cruise ships and ferries docking at the St. George's harbor. There are regular ferry services from nearby islands such as Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
By land and air - Visitors can also fly to nearby islands such as Barbados or Trinidad and Tobago and then take a connecting flight to Grenada.
Private yacht - For those sailing the Caribbean, there are several ports and marinas in Grenada where visitors can dock their private yacht.
Once in Grenada, visitors can rent a car or take a taxi to explore the island. Buses and minibusses are also available for public transportation, although they can be crowded and infrequent.