What are the benefits of moving to Grenada from US? Is it possible to get a Grenada passport as a US citizen? Can I buy Grenada real estate as an American? These are some of the most common questions US expats ask themselves before making the big move to Grenada.
If you are American or an expat and are thinking of relocating to Grenada, this guide is for you.
Grenada is an unspoiled Caribbean island, also called ‘The Spice of the Caribbean’ due to its locally grown spices. With its sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique, Grenada is a destination equivalent to paradise for those favoring strolls through idyllic nature and a relaxed way of living. The islands boast 40 white-sandy beaches with crystal clear blue waters, 15 wonderful waterfalls, 30 world-class diving sites, and an impressive rainforest to explore.
Because Grenada’s main language is English, and thanks to direct flights from Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport to the US, the island has become one of Americans’ favorite Caribbean islands for relocation.
The launch of Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Program in 2013, has seen a staggering boost in the number of expats coming to live in Grenada. The successful scheme gives foreigners the fantastic opportunity to get the Grenada passport in exchange for an investment in the country’s economy.