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.Telephone
+1 473 444 4555Address
Maurice Bishop Memorial Highway
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From London - 10 hours 45 minutes (including short stop in St Lucia); New York - 4 hours 45 minutes; Miami - 3 hours 30 minutes.
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.