By air: Maurice Bishop International Airport located on the southern tip of Grenada, accommodates commercial jets from North America and Europe, as well as smaller, inter-island carriers.
- Virgin Atlantic and Monarch Airways operate a weekly service to Grenada.
- British Airways fly to Grenada twice weekly via Antigua in the Winter months and via Barbados over the Summer.
- Air Jamaica provides up to four non-stop flights between New York and Grenada each week.
- American Airlines flies four times a week to and from Miami and American Eagle flies three times a week to US Destinations via San Juan.
- Air Canada can get you to Barbados, Trinidad and Antigua, where connections to Grenada via LIAT are available.
- Grenada could also be reached from Canada June to September by Sky Service through GG Tours and during the winter months by Air Canada Vacations’ weekly non-stop flights booked through agents IATA.
- Travellers from France are advised to use the American Airlines Service to Miami which allows ample time for the same day connection to the four times a week Miami to Grenada service.
- Condor provides service once a week from Frankfurt between November and April.
From South America:
- ConViasa operates two weekly flights to Grenada from Porlamar and Caracas.
By water: A submerged volcanic crater forms St. George’s naturally deep water harbour. One of the most picturesque in the region, it is a port of call for yachts, ferries, cargo and other boats. A modern purpose built port located close to the entrance to the harbour caters to several cruise lines. Persons arriving by yacht can clear customs and immigration at Grenada Yacht Club, St. George’s; Prickly Bay, Lance aux Épines; Grenada Marine, St. David; and at Hillsborough and Tyrell Bay in Carriacou and Le Phare Bleu.