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Countries Accessible Visa-Free to Grenada Citizens

With a Grenadian passport, you can visit 144 countries, including the United Kingdom, the Schengen countries, China, Singapore and Hong Kong, without applying for a visa in advance.

Grenada citizens can travel without a visa to 116 countries. Another 27 countries grant a visa upon arrival, and for Sri Lanka an electronic travel authorization (eTA) needs to be arranged in advance.

The list of visa-free countries and entry conditions are changing constantly, depending on the geopolitical situation. Therefore, it is advisable to check the current entry conditions on the website of the country's consulate before travelling.

List of visa-free and visa on arrival countries for Grenada passport holders

Asia
No. Country Entry conditions
1 Armenia Visa on arrival
2 Bangladesh Visa-free
3 Cambodia Visa on arrival
4 China Visa-free
5 Hong Kong Visa-free
6 Indonesia Visa-free
7 Iran Visa on arrival
8 Israel Visa-free
9 Jordan Visa on arrival
10 Laos Visa on arrival
11 Macao Visa-free
12 Malaysia Visa-free
13 Maldives Visa on arrival
14 Nepal Visa on arrival
15 Palestinian Territory Visa-free
16 Philippines Visa-free
17 Singapore Visa-free
18 South Korea Visa-free
19 Sri Lanka Electronic entry permit
20 Timor-Leste Visa on arrival
21 Uzbekistan Visa-free
Africa
No. Country Entry conditions
1 Botswana Visa-free
2 Cape Verde Islands Visa on arrival
3 Comoro Islands Visa-free
4 Egypt Visa on arrival
5 Eswatini Visa-free
6 Gambia Visa-free
7 Guinea-Bissau Visa on arrival
8 Kenya Visa-free
9 Lesotho Visa-free
10 Madagascar Visa on arrival
11 Malawi Visa-free
12 Mauritania Visa on arrival
13 Mauritius Visa-free
14 Mayotte Visa-free
15 Mozambique Visa on arrival
16 Rwanda Visa on arrival
17 Senegal Visa-free
18 Seychelles Visa on arrival
19 Sierra Leone Visa on arrival
20 Somalia Visa on arrival
21 Saint Helena Visa on arrival
22 Tanzania Visa-free
23 Togo Visa on arrival
24 Uganda Visa on arrival
25 Zambia Visa-free
26 Zimbabwe Visa-free
Europe
No. Country Entry conditions
1 Andorra Visa-free
2 Austria Visa-free
3 Belgium Visa-free
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina Visa-free
5 Bulgaria Visa-free
6 Croatia Visa-free
7 Cyprus Visa-free
8 Czech Republic Visa-free
9 Denmark Visa-free
10 Estonia Visa-free
11 Faroe Islands Visa-free
12 Finland Visa-free
13 France Visa-free
14 Germany Visa-free
15 Gibraltar Visa-free
16 Greece Visa-free
17 Hungary Visa-free
18 Iceland Visa-free
19 Ireland Visa-free
20 Italy Visa-free
21 Kosovo Visa-free
22 Latvia Visa-free
23 Liechtenstein Visa-free
24 Lithuania Visa-free
25 Luxembourg Visa-free
26 Malta Visa-free
27 Moldova Visa-free
28 Monaco Visa-free
29 Montenegro Visa-free
30 Netherlands Visa-free
31 Norway Visa-free
32 Poland Visa-free
33 Portugal Visa-free
34 Romania Visa-free
35 Russia Visa-free
36 San Marino Visa-free
37 Serbia Visa-free
38 Slovakia Visa-free
39 Slovenia  Visa-free
40 Spain Visa-free
41 Sweden Visa-free
42 Switzerland Visa-free
43 Ukraine Visa-free
44 United Kingdom Visa-free
45 Vatican City Visa-free
Oceania
No. Country Entry conditions
1 Cook Islands Visa-free
2 Fiji Visa-free
3 French Polynesia Visa-free
4 Kiribati Visa-free
5 Micronesia Visa-free
6 New Caledonia Visa-free
7 Niue Visa-free
8 Palau Visa on arrival
9 Samoa Visa on arrival
10 Solomon Islands Visa on arrival
11 Tuvalu Visa on arrival
12 Vanuatu Visa-free
North America
No. Country Entry conditions
1 Anguilla Visa-free
2 Antigua and Barbuda Visa-free
3 Bahamas Visa-free
4 Barbados Visa-free
5 Belize Visa-free
6 Bermuda Visa-free
7 British Virgin Islands Visa-free
8 Cayman Islands Visa-free
9 Costa Rica Visa-free
10 Cuba Visa-free
11 Dominica Visa-free
12 Dominican Republic  Visa-free
13 French West Indies Visa-free
14 Greenland Visa-free
15 Haiti Visa-free
16 Jamaica Visa-free
17 Montserrat Visa-free
18 Nicaragua Visa on arrival
19 Panama Visa-free
20 St Kitts and Nevis Visa-free
21 St Lucia Visa-free
22 St Vincent and the Grenadines Visa-free
23 Sint Maarten Visa-free
24 Trinidad and Tobago Visa-free
25 Turks and Caicos Islands Visa-free
South America
No. Country Entry conditions
1 Argentina Visa-free
2 Aruba Visa-free
3 Bolivia Visa on arrival
4 Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba Visa-free
5 Brazil Visa-free
6 Chile Visa-free
7 Colombia Visa-free
8 Curacao Visa-free
9 Ecuador Visa-free
10 French Guiana Visa-free
11 Guyana Visa-free
12 Peru Visa-free
13 Suriname Visa-free
14 Uruguay Visa-free
15 Venezuela Visa-free

Popular visa-free destinations with a Grenada passport

Schengen countries. Grenada citizens can travel without a visa to the Schengen countries for a period of up to 90 days in any 180-day period. In order not to have to repeatedly apply for a new Schengen visa, it is more convenient to get a Grenadian passport by investment.

Grenadian citizenship is valid for life and the passport is easy to renew on expiry after five years, in contrast to a Schengen visa, which is valid for a few years before the whole application procedure has to be repeated to obtain a replacement. As a licensed agent of the Grenada citizenship program, we help our clients collect the documents required to renew their Grenadian passport. The procedure lasts 2 weeks and the new passport can be delivered by courier to our client.

A Schengen visa is initially issued for a short period of time: for the duration of the trip, 6 months, or a year. Only after being issued with a short-term visa several times can the applicant be granted a longer visa for 3–5 years. Each time a Schengen visa expires, the applicant has to repeat the entire procedure for a new visa, including collecting documents, filling out forms, and going to the relevant consulate.

Britain. Grenada citizens can travel to the UK without a visa and stay there for up to 180 days.

Asia. A Grenada passport is one of the few passports that entitles the holder to visit China without a visa. Grenadian citizens can stay in China for 30 days without a visa. They can also visit Singapore for 30 days and Hong Kong for 90 days without a visa in a one-year period. This is an added advantage of the Grenada citizenship program for investors who have business interests in Asia.

E-2 visa to the USA

Grenada citizens can apply for an E-2 visa to the United States on condition that they invest at least $100,000 in an American company that is profitable and generating income.

The E-2 visa is a non-immigrant visa and does not lead to a green card. However, with an E-2 visa, the holder can visit the United States at any time and stay there for the period of the validity of the visa. The E-2 visa is issued for up to 2 years, but it can be renewed a limitless number of times.

In contrast, citizens of other Caribbean countries can only obtain an L-1 or EB-5 visa to the United States. Although these visas have their advantages, the application process is more complicated and they are more expensive than the E-2 visa.

Grenada citizens not planning to move to the United States can apply for a B2 tourist visa for up to 10 years. This visa allows the holder to spend up to 180 days a year in the United States. The application can be made at any American consulate.

How to get a Grenada passport

Applicants interested in getting a Grenadian passport need to invest $150,000 in the state fund or buy government-approved real estate for $220,000. The Grenadian government has a list of approved real estate projects under the citizenship by investment program. Most of them are five-star resorts.

The citizenship by investment procedure takes 4-6 months. The main applicant’s spouse, children, parents and grandparents included in the citizenship by investment application can also be granted citizenship.

We help our clients discover new opportunities of living the life of their choice in a beautiful and safe country. Based on your specific situation, we can calculate the cost for you and your family to participate in the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program.

Countries Accessible Visa-Free to Grenada Citizens

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