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Travel to Grenada
Flying to Grenada
British Airways (www.ba.com) flies to Grenada from the UK with a stop in St Lucia. You can also fly to Antigua and Barbuda with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic (www.virgin-atlantic.com) and take a connecting flight with LIAT (www.liat.com). American Airlines (www.aa.com) flies direct from Miami and JetBlue (www.jetblue.com) has a direct flight from New York.
The major airport is: Maurice Bishop International Airport.
Maurice Bishop International AirportCode
Maurice Bishop International Airport is situated 7km (4 miles) southwest of Grenada's capital, St George's.Tel
+1 473 444 4555Address
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Included in the air fare.
Travelling to Grenada by Rail
Driving to Grenada
Getting to Grenada by boat
St George's, considered the most picturesque port in the Caribbean, is a port of call for many cruise lines. More than half of tourist arrivals are cruise-ship passengers. There is a daily shuttle boat service to Carriacou and Petite Martinique; boats can be hired for access to Isle de Ronde. Check at a local tourist office for times and fares.
Osprey Lines (www.ospreylines.com) runs the ferry between Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.