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If you want to visit Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Park to snorkel or scuba dive, then first you need a US to Grenada flight. Luckily, these depart frequently – especially from the eastern and southern US. Nearly all US flights will arrive at Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport. Once at the airport, you may take a bus, taxi, or rental car to Molinere Point, where the sculpture park is.
Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) in the south of Saint Lucia has several daily flights on different low-cost airlines from the U.S. You can fly into Hewanorra airport and then take a 55 minutes flight to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop Airport, about 135 miles away. Several airlines fly twice daily from Hewanorra Airport to Grenada.
There are several nonstop flights from the US to Maurice Bishop International Airport in Grenada. If you’re in the eastern US, then consider flying from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York. If you’re in the southern US, then you may consider Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) in Florida or Miami International Airport (MIA) in Florida.
There are two main airports you can fly into when visiting Grenada. Maurice Bishop International Airport, 7km from the capital, is the main international airport. Lauriston Airport (CRU) is located in Carriacou, the largest island in Grenada. The airport mainly serves domestic flights and is around 35 miles from St. George, the capital of Grenada.
Most US flights to Grenada arrive at Maurice Bishop International Airport. It’s located on the biggest island, a few miles outside the capital of St. George’s. To reach the second largest island, called Carriacou, you may take a domestic flight to Lauriston Airport. Alternatively, you may take a ferry. The smallest island, Petit Martinique, may be reached by a regular ferry service.
Yes, all kids below seven years old in Grenada should ride in a booster seat, infant car seat, or child safety seat. When renting a car from your destination airport, you can hire a car seat from the rental company. This way, you avoid extra baggage charges when you fly from the U.S. with your car seat.
If you want to visit Belmont Estates for some dark organic chocolate and fine dining, then the first step is to take a US to Grenada flight. Regardless of where you’re departing from in the US, nearly all flights will arrive at Maurice Bishop International Airport. From the airport, you may take a taxi, get a rental car, or ride the bus to make it to Belmont Estates.
If you have a valid U.S. passport, you will not need a visa for your visit to Grenada. For your U.S. passport to apply for the exemption, it should be valid for more than six months from your planned departure date from Grenada and have enough unused visa pages for entry and exit stamps to and from the island.
You can use a cab, rental car, hotel shuttle, or bus to get to the city center from Maurice Bishop Airport. The Granada-Airport bus line takes about 45 minutes to the city center, with several stops along the way. There are multiple on-site car rental agencies at the airport, and the cabs are at a taxi stand outside the airport terminal.
If you want to dive and snorkel in Grenada, consider taking a flight from Maurice Bishop Airport to Lauriston Airport. The flight time to the airport is about 20min, and several small aircraft ply the route. Lauriston Airport is in Carricou, a beautiful tropical island surrounded by shallow reefs making it a diving and snorkeling paradise.
An average nonstop flight from the United States to Grenada takes 12h 21m, covering a distance of 2542 miles. The most popular route is New York - St. George's with an average flight time of 4h 40m.
The cheapest ticket to Grenada from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $173 one-way, and $342 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to St. George's Point Saline Intl and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $400.
JetBlue, Qatar Airways & American Airlines fly the most frequently from the United States to Grenada.
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