Getting Around Grenada
SVG Air (www.grenada-flights.com) runs flights between Grenada and Carriacou.
Grenada has a good road network.
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Most main roads are in good condition but they are narrow and winding.
There's a choice of several car hire companies in Grenada. In July and August (high season), you have to book cars for a minimum of three days. You usually need to be at least 25 years old to hire a car.
Taxis are the most efficient means of transport. They are available from the airport, the Carenage and most hotels. Mandoo's Tour & Taxi Service (grenadatours.com) is a fully insured sightseeing and taxi service.
To drive in Grenada, you have to obtain a Grenadian driving permit (for a fee) by presenting a valid national driving licence at the police station on the Carenage.
Local buses operate Monday to Saturday.
Colourful motor boats operate a water-taxi service between Grand Anse Beac and St George's.
Osprey Lines (www.ospreylines.com) runs a ferry service from from Grenada to Carriacou, Petite Martinique and back.
A large number of yachts and boats are available to charter.