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Cheap flights to Grenada

Reasons To Visit Grenada

The country of Grenada is set across a number of islands in the Caribbean known for its stunning beaches, picturesque sunsets and laid-back atmosphere, making it the perfect place to get away from it all. The capital of Grenada is St. George’s, an interesting town which offers many modern attractions alongside a well-preserved heritage. One of the best ways to start off your trip is to explore some of the landmarks around the capital such as Fort George along the harbor, or spend the day exploring the many exhibitions to be found in the Grenada National Museum which is housed in an old French barracks. No visit to Grenada will be complete without seeing some of its beautiful natural sights in person such as the Seven Sisters Waterfalls or the crater lake in the Grand Etang Nature Reserve. In addition to this, there are also many exciting activities to be enjoyed in the ocean such as diving, snorkeling and fishing.

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Arriving In Grenada

The only international airport serving Grenada is Maurice Bishop International Airport which is located around 8 km away from St George’s. The airport is small but offers all of the essential amenities and services you would need including a cafe and snack bar on site in addition to duty-free shopping, while the airport also provides travelers with free Wi-Fi so it is easy to get online.

If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Grenada it will not be possible to make the journey directly as there are no airlines providing direct flights from the UAE. However, Maurice Bishop International Airport has regular connections to a number of airports handling direct flights from the UAE, so UAE-based travelers can make the journey with just one stopover.

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Grenada Travel Information

UAE nationals flying to Grenada will be able to enter the country without a visa for a period of up to three months at a time. In Grenada the weather is warm all year round with average highs between 28 to 30 degrees, although there is a distinct dry season from January to May and a rainy season for the rest of the calendar. Be advised that Grenada is eight hours behind the UAE and the local currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar, although you may also be able to get by in some establishments using US dollars.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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