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Covid-19 tourism rules in Grenada have been eased

For visitors who have been vaccinated, the tri-island state of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique has lowered its admission criteria for them. The destinations will now accept either a negative antigen test result obtained one day before travel to Grenada or a negative PCR test obtained 72 hours before arrival to Grenada.

Every traveler is also required to submit a travel health declaration form to the Ministry of Health before leaving the country.

“We’re happy to be able to make it even simpler for visitors from the United Kingdom to see Grenada,” said Petra Roach, chief executive of the Grenada Tourism Authority.

“By offering an antigen test, we are providing guests with more freedom, choice, and a more cost-effective way to visit our islands.”

“Throughout the year 2021, we experienced a significant increase in visitors from the United Kingdom, and we anticipate that the steps announced today will significantly increase tourist numbers in 2022.”

Grenada is the Caribbean’s best-kept secret, having a plethora of natural beauty, breath-taking waterfalls, and white sand beaches, including the world-famous Grand Anse beach, among other things.

The tri-island resort is renowned for its fragrant spices, organic chocolate, and stunning dive spots, and it is the ideal destination for foodies and divers alike.

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