One of the greatest features of the Grenada passport is its strength as a travel document. The Grenada passport ranks 74th on the Global Passport Index, which translates into passport holders enjoying visa free entry to 147 countries across the globe, and that’s just the beginning. This figure includes countries requiring no visa approval as well as those providing visa on arrival entry.

In this article, we provide an extensive list of Grenada passport visa free countries and those countries requiring visas in advance, breaking it down to include eVisa, visa on arrival, or electronic travel authorization (eTA) requirements.

Grenada Passport Visa Free Countries

A great attraction for those looking to obtain citizenship in a country is the power of its passport. As a member of CARICOM (Caribbean Community) and the Commonwealth of Nations, Grenada passport holders can travel visa free to a wide selection of countries thanks to its strong global ranking. To facilitate easy international travel, a country will negotiate a visa waiver policy with another to benefit its citizens.

As a result of this, the number of visa free countries for Grenadian passport holders is more than 140, including places like the United Kingdom, China, and countries in the Schengen zone. In this section, we break down the list of Grenada visa free countries based on their different visa requirements (Electronic Travel Authorization, eVisa, visa on arrival, etc.).

Countries identified as visa free do not require Grenada passport holders to do anything prior to travel. Visa on arrival countries require travelers to fill out visa forms upon arrival at the port of entry and possibly pay a visa fee.

Andorra Gambia Palestine, State of
Angola Germany Panama
Argentina Greece Peru
Austria Guyana Philippines
Bahamas Haiti Poland
Bangladesh Hong Kong Portugal
Barbados Hungary Romania
Belgium Iceland Russian Federation
Belize Ireland San Marino
Bosnia and Herzegovina Israel Serbia
Botswana Italy Singapore
Brazil Jamaica Slovakia
Bulgaria Kiribati Slovenia
Chile Latvia Spain
China Lesotho Suriname
Colombia Liechtenstein Sweden
Costa Rica Lithuania Switzerland
Croatia Luxembourg Tanzania, United Republic of
Cuba Macao Trinidad and Tobago
Cyprus Malawi Uganda
Czechia Malaysia Ukraine
Denmark Malta United Kingdom
Dominican Republic Mauritius Uruguay
Ecuador Micronesia, Federated States of Uzbekistan
Estonia Moldova, Republic of Vanuatu
Eswatini Monaco Holy See (Vatican City State)
Fiji Montenegro Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
Finland Netherlands Zambia
France Norway Zimbabwe

Grenada passport free countries

Passport free countries allow foreigners entry with their national ID cards. Grenada citizens have passport free entry to five countries.

Antigua and Barbuda
Dominica
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Grenada passport eTA countries

An eTA is a digital document that visa-exempt travelers must obtain before traveling to a particular country. It is a pre-screening process that is faster than the visa application process, as travelers simply submit basic personal information and pay a fee online. The following countries accept eTA for Grenada citizens.

Kenya
Seychelles
South Korea
Sri Lanka

Grenada passport eVisa countries

An eVisa, or electronic visa, is applied for online prior to traveling to a foreign country. It is a straightforward, streamlined process that can be done from the comfort of your home. The eVisa can be printed or downloaded to a mobile device for presentation on arrival at the destination country. There are 31 countries for which Grenadian passport holders need to apply for an eVisa: 

Albania El Salvador Nigeria
Armenia Equatorial Guinea Oman
Australia Ethiopia Pakistan
Bahrain Gabon Papua New Guinea
Benin Georgia Sao Tome and Principe
Bhutan Guinea South Sudan
Burkina Faso India Tajikistan
Cameroon Iran, Islamic Republic of Thailand
Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Kazakhstan Viet Nam
Côte d'Ivoire Kyrgyzstan
Djibouti Mongolia

Grenada passport visa on arrival countries

A visa on arrival allows travel to a foreign destination without a visa and the traveler to obtain a visa at the port of entry. There are 27 countries Grenada passport holders can obtain a visa on arrival in: 

Bolivia Lao People's Democratic Republic Samoa
Burundi Madagascar Senegal
Cambodia Maldives Sierra Leone
Cabo Verde Mauritania Solomon Islands
Comoros Mozambique Somalia
Egypt Nepal Timor-Leste
Ghana Nicaragua Togo
Guinea-Bissau Palau Tuvalu
Jordan Rwanda Turkey

 

Grenada Passport Visa Countries

Finally, there are 53 countries with which Grenada does not have a visa waiver agreement. As such, Grenada nationals need to apply for a visa (such as a tourist visa or relevant valid visa) in person at the nearest consulate or embassy before travel. This process may take days to weeks, depending on the respective nation’s visa regulations, visa requirements, and the availability of in-person appointments.  

Afghanistan Kuwait North Macedonia
Algeria Lebanon Paraguay
Azerbaijan Liberia Qatar
Belarus Libya Saudi Arabia
Brunei Darussalam Mali South Africa
Canada Marshall Islands Sudan
Central African Republic Mexico Syrian Arab Republic
Chad Morocco Taiwan, Province of China
Congo Myanmar Tonga
Eritrea Namibia Tunisia
Guatemala Nauru Turkmenistan
Honduras New Zealand United Arab Emirates
Indonesia Niger United States
Iraq Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Yemen
Japan

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Visa Free Destinations by Region

The list of visa free countries is extensive and is better understood divided into regions highlighting popular travel destinations.

Schengen Area

Normally, one would require a Schengen Visa to visit Schengen countries as they operate with a single, uniform visa policy for international travel. The Schengen Area consists of 27 countries, most of which are also members of the European Union. Fortunately, Grenadian passport holders can travel without a visa to these Schengen countries, an attractive benefit for work and tourism purposes.

Austria

Greece

Netherlands

Belgium

Hungary

Norway

Croatia

Iceland

Poland

Czech Republic

Italy

Portugal

Denmark

Latvia

Slovakia

Estonia

Liechtenstein

Slovenia

Finland

Lithuania

Spain

France

Luxembourg

Sweden

Germany

Malta

Switzerland

Asia

There are ten Asian countries to which Grenadian passport holders can travel without a visa, as outlined in the table below. Again, this visa free access is an attractive aspect for those who regularly conduct business in these countries.

Bangladesh

Israel

Malaysia

Uzbekistan

China

Palestine

Philippines

Hong Kong

Macao

Singapore

Caribbean and CARICOM

Visa free travel benefits for Grenada citizens extend beyond the 20 member nations of CARICOM to the wider Caribbean region, encompassing the Greater and Lesser Antilles, English-, French-, Spanish-, and Dutch-speaking Caribbean. Grenada passport holders can visit other CARICOM states for up to 180 days and are allowed indefinite stays in countries that are fellow members of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).

Anguilla

British Virgin Islands

Guadeloupe

St Lucia

Antigua and Barbuda

Cayman Islands

Guyana

St Vincent and the Grenadines

Aruba

Cuba

Haiti

Sint Maarten

Bahamas

Curacao

Jamaica

Suriname

Barbados

Dominica

Montserrat

Trinidad and Tobago

Belize

Dominican Republic

Netherlands Antilles

Turks and Caicos

Bermuda

Martinique

St Kitts and Nevis

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South and Central America

Grenada citizens currently enjoy visa free travel to 13 South and Central American countries, as you will see in the table below:

Argentina

Chile

Ecuador

Peru

Belize

Colombia

Guyana

Suriname

Brazil

Costa Rica

Panama

Uruguay

Venezuela

Africa

There are 12 countries on the African continent that grant visa free entry to Grenadian passport holders:

Angola

Gambia

Malawi

Uganda

Botswana

Kenya

Mauritius

Zambia

Eswatini

Lesotho

Tanzania

Zimbabwe

Obtain a Grenada Passport

The Grenada passport provides significant travel perks, as evidenced by the long list of visa free countries outlined above. Non-nationals who are wondering about the possibility of obtaining a Grenada passport but do not have family ties to the island may consider Grenada citizenship by investment. The government of Grenada has made it possible for investors to contribute to the country’s economic development in exchange for a Grenada passport.

Investment options are a $150,000 donation to the government’s National Transformation Fund (NTF) or the purchase of pre-approved real estate for a minimum of $220,000. The process takes about three-four months, and the main applicant may include their spouse, children, parents, grandparents, and siblings in the application for citizenship.

Passport by investment requirements

In order to qualify as an applicant for the Grenada citizenship by investment program, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be over 18 years old
  • Hold an eligible nationality
  • Be in good health
  • Clean criminal record
  • Pass a stringent background check
  • Demonstrate good character

How can Grenadian passport holders travel without a visa?

Grenada passport holders passport holders can travel to specific Grenada visa free countries or obtain a visa on arrival with their second passport. The specific visa requirements and restrictions may vary depending on the country or destination.

Visa free countries: Grenadian passport holders can visit several countries without a visa. As of February 2024, Grenada nationals can visit 147 countries without regular visas or obtain a visa on arrival.

Electronic visa: Some countries offer Grenadian citizens e-Visa access, which can be obtained online before travel.

Visa on arrival: Some countries offer a visa on arrival for Grenada nationals, which can be obtained at the airport upon arrival.

Bilateral agreements: Grenada has bilateral travel agreements with several countries in the Caribbean, allowing nationals hassle-free entry without their passport. Specific agreements with countries such as St Kitts and Nevis and Antigua and Barbuda allow Grenadian passport holders entry with a national ID card.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Grenada Visa Free Countries

What are the Grenada passport visa free countries?

As of 2023, the Grenada passport visa free countries list includes 147 countries. This number includes visa on arrival destinations and countries that accept an electronic visa (eVisa) and/or eTA, depending on each respective nation’s visa regulations. 

Can Grenada passport holders travel to Canada visa free?

A Grenadian citizen must apply for a tourist visa to enter Canada. The visa application can be submitted online.

Do Grenadian citizens need a US visa?

Yes. Grenadian citizens must apply for a B-1/B-2 Visa to travel to the US as a tourist or business traveler.

Can Grenada passport holders work in the UK?

Holders of Grenada passports need a valid visa to work in the United Kingdom.

What is the maximum duration Grenada passport holders can stay in a visa free country?

For Grenada visa free countries, the period of stay will vary depending on the country’s visa requirements and regulations. For example, Grenadian citizens do not need a Schengen Visa to visit countries in the Schengen zone for 90 to 180 days, depending on the country.

Is Grenada visa free to China?

Grenadian passport holders can stay in China for 30 days without a visa.

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