The Grenada Tourism Authority has launched a new diaspora programme, seeking to recruit overseas Grenadians in support of the hospitality sector.
The destination now accepts either a negative antigen test result taken one day before travel to Grenada or a 72-hour pre-departure PCR test from travellers.
As the holiday travel season begins and with global vaccinations on the rise, Grenada has updated its visitor protocols. A two day quarantine for vaccinated travellers has been scrapped.
Virgin Atlantic customers flying to Barbados or onwards to Antigua and Grenada on selected flights will receive a free, rapid, point of care, pre-departure lateral flow antigen test at Heathrow.
Grenada’s first self-sustaining rooms have opened at the True Blue Bay Boutique Resort. The 22 Cocoa Pod rooms are self-sustaining for water and electricity and are furnished using sustainable materials.
With record visitor arrival numbers logged for 2018 so far, the continued demand for Grenada has positively impacted airlines such as Air Canada and American Airlines, who have announced additional flights in December to bring holidaymakers to the three-island destination.
The Grenada Tourism Authority is reviving the mantra ‘Tourism is Everybody’s Business’ with the launch of its new awareness campaign.
In the wake of the catastrophic impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on some member countries, the Caribbean Tourism Organisation is adding a special session to the upcoming State of the Tourism Industry Conference in Grenada. The event will focus on how to recover and rebuild after a major disaster.