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Visa-free countries with Grenada passport

There are 146 countries you can visit with a Grenada passport without applying for a visa in advance. The country list includes the United Kingdom, the Schengen countries, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, and other attractive destinations.

Countries you can visit with a Grenada passport

146 visa-free countries for Grenada citizens

Grenada citizens can travel without a visa to 117 countries. Another 28 countries grant a visa upon arrival, and for Sri Lanka, an electronic travel authorization (eTA) needs to be arranged in advance.

Visa requirements for Grenada citizens

Visa-free and visa-on-arrival countries you can visit with a Grenada passport

The Grenada passport covers almost the globe. The USA is not on the visa-free list, but Grenadian citizens are able to apply for long-term multiple-entry visitor visas for up to ten years.

The list of visa-free countries and entry conditions are constantly changing, 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.CountryEntry conditions
1ArmeniaVisa on arrival
2BangladeshVisa-free
3CambodiaVisa on arrival
4ChinaVisa-free
5Hong KongVisa-free
6IndonesiaVisa-free
7IranVisa on arrival
8IsraelVisa-free
9JordanVisa on arrival
10LaosVisa on arrival
11MacaoVisa-free
12MalaysiaVisa-free
13MaldivesVisa on arrival
14NepalVisa on arrival
15Palestinian TerritoryVisa-free
16PhilippinesVisa-free
17SingaporeVisa-free
18South KoreaVisa-free
19Sri LankaElectronic entry permit
20Timor-LesteVisa on arrival
21UzbekistanVisa-free

Africa

No.CountryEntry conditions
1BotswanaVisa-free
2BurundiVisa on arrival
3Cape Verde IslandsVisa on arrival
4Comoro IslandsVisa-free
5EgyptVisa on arrival
6EswatiniVisa-free
7GambiaVisa-free
8Guinea-BissauVisa on arrival
9KenyaVisa-free
10LesothoVisa-free
11MadagascarVisa on arrival
12MalawiVisa-free
13MauritaniaVisa on arrival
14MauritiusVisa-free
15MayotteVisa-free
16MozambiqueVisa on arrival
17ReunionVisa-free
18RwandaVisa on arrival
19SenegalVisa-free
20SeychellesVisa on arrival
21Sierra LeoneVisa on arrival
22SomaliaVisa on arrival
23Saint HelenaVisa on arrival
24TanzaniaVisa-free
25TogoVisa on arrival
26UgandaVisa on arrival
27ZambiaVisa-free
28ZimbabweVisa-free

Europe

No.CountryEntry conditions
1AndorraVisa-free
2AustriaVisa-free
3BelgiumVisa-free
4Bosnia and HerzegovinaVisa-free
5BulgariaVisa-free
6CroatiaVisa-free
7CyprusVisa-free
8Czech RepublicVisa-free
9DenmarkVisa-free
10EstoniaVisa-free
11Faroe IslandsVisa-free
12FinlandVisa-free
13FranceVisa-free
14GermanyVisa-free
15GibraltarVisa-free
16GreenlandVisa-free
17GreeceVisa-free
18HungaryVisa-free
19IcelandVisa-free
20IrelandVisa-free
21ItalyVisa-free
22KosovoVisa-free
23LatviaVisa-free
24LiechtensteinVisa-free
25LithuaniaVisa-free
26LuxembourgVisa-free
27MaltaVisa-free
28MoldovaVisa-free
29MonacoVisa-free
30MontenegroVisa-free
31NetherlandsVisa-free
32NorwayVisa-free
33PolandVisa-free
34PortugalVisa-free
35RomaniaVisa-free
36RussiaVisa-free
37San MarinoVisa-free
38SerbiaVisa-free
39SlovakiaVisa-free
40Slovenia Visa-free
41SpainVisa-free
42SwedenVisa-free
43SwitzerlandVisa-free
44UkraineVisa-free
45United KingdomVisa-free
46Vatican CityVisa-free

Oceania

No.CountryEntry conditions
1Cook IslandsVisa-free
2FijiVisa-free
3French PolynesiaVisa-free
4KiribatiVisa-free
5MicronesiaVisa-free
6New CaledoniaVisa-free
7NiueVisa-free
8PalauVisa on arrival
9SamoaVisa on arrival
10Solomon IslandsVisa on arrival
11TuvaluVisa on arrival
12VanuatuVisa-free

North America

No.CountryEntry conditions
1AnguillaVisa-free
2Antigua and BarbudaVisa-free
3BahamasVisa-free
4BarbadosVisa-free
5BelizeVisa-free
6BermudaVisa-free
7British Virgin IslandsVisa-free
8Cayman IslandsVisa-free
9Costa RicaVisa-free
10CubaVisa-free
11DominicaVisa-free
12Dominican Republic Visa-free
13French West IndiesVisa-free
14HaitiVisa-free
15JamaicaVisa-free
16MontserratVisa-free
17NicaraguaVisa on arrival
18PanamaVisa-free
19St Kitts and NevisVisa-free
20St LuciaVisa-free
21St Vincent and the GrenadinesVisa-free
22Sint MaartenVisa-free
23Trinidad and TobagoVisa-free
24Turks and Caicos IslandsVisa-free

South America

No.CountryEntry conditions
1ArgentinaVisa-free
2ArubaVisa-free
3BoliviaVisa on arrival
4Bonaire, St Eustatius and SabaVisa-free
5BrazilVisa-free
6ChileVisa-free
7ColombiaVisa-free
8CuracaoVisa-free
9EcuadorVisa-free
10French GuianaVisa-free
11GuyanaVisa-free
12PeruVisa-free
13SurinameVisa-free
14UruguayVisa-free
15VenezuelaVisa-free

Popular visa-free destinations with a Grenada passport

Schengen countries. Grenada citizens can travel without a visa to the Schengen countries for up to 90 days in any 180 days. Getting a Grenada passport by investment is more convenient than repeatedly applying for a new Schengen visa.

Grenada 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, Immigrant Invest helps the investors collect the documents required to renew their Grenada passports. The procedure lasts two 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, six months, or a year. Only after being issued 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.

The UK. 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 the 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 B‑1/B‑2 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.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many countries can a Grenada passport enter without a visa?

146 countries. The list of visa-free countries and entry conditions are constantly changing, 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.

Is Grenada visa-free to Canada?

No. A Canadian tourist visa is required for Grenada passport holders. With a tourist visa, they can stay in Canada for up to 180 days.

Do Grenadians need a visa for Germany?

No. With a Grenada passport, you can stay in Germany visa-free for up to 90 days per 6 months.

Do Grenada passport holders need a visa to the USA?

Yes. But Grenada citizens can apply for a US B-1/B-2 tourist visa, which has a validity period of ten years. 

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

Do Grenadians need a visa for Portugal?

Grenada citizens don’t require a visa to enter Portugal. With a Grenada passport, you can stay in Portugal visa-free for up to 90 days per 6 months.

How strong is the Grenada passport?

It is quite strong. The Grenada passport is in the top-50 list in the world and covers 146 countries.

How to get a Grenada passport?

Participate in Grenada citizenship by investment program. 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.

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Visa-free countries with Grenada passport