Transportation information for Grenada is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
While taxis are a common method of getting around, public minibuses also offer an alternate option for transportation and provide service Monday through Saturday.
Ferries operate regularly between the islands and take only about 90 minutes.
The primary airport for the Grenada Islands is the Point Salines International Airport located about 7 miles from the capital St. George's. Many large airlines such as American Airlines, Air Canada, and Virgin Atlantic provide service to the Grenada Islands. Another option for arriving to the islands is by cruise ship to St. George's or to Hillsborough located on Carriacou island.
Chartered flights are available to get you between the Grenada Islands as well as other islands within the Caribbean.
Map + Directions
Grenada is located approximately 100 miles north of Venezuela.
Car rentals are available as a great method of transportation. Looking for something more adventurous? Consider renting a motorcycle, scooter, or even a bicycle for getting around.