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Visa-free countries for citizens of Grenada

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Neringa Bulakiene
5 July 2024
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Thanks to the efforts of the government of the island state, the number of visa-free countries for citizens of Grenada has exceeded 140. The only thing you need to visit 146 countries is a passport of Grenada. Some countries may additionally require:

  • health certificate;
  • return ticket;
  • information about the place of residence;
  • confirmation that you have the required amount to stay/leave the country.

But these are small things when compared with the bureaucracy that citizens of many other countries face when applying for a visa for work and tourist trips.

Grenada passport — you can use it to visit 146 countries without a visa.

Grenadian citizens do not need to go through all of this, which is why it attracts investors. The donation amount to the National Fund for both single applicants and families of 1-4 people is $235,000. For real estate purchases, you need to buy a share in one of the government-approved commercial real estate projects for an amount starting from $270,000, or a property for full ownership starting from $350,000.

You can choose where to invest: in the state fund or in commercial real estate.

Asia

When selecting a second citizenship, many prefer a Grenada passport because of visa-free entry to countries such as China and Singapore.

  • Bangladesh — 90 days
  • Bahrain — electronic visa
  • Israel — 3 months
  • India — 60 days, electronic visa, entry through one of 26 designated airports or 3 designated seaports, it is possible to obtain up to two electronic visas within one calendar year
  • Indonesia — 30 days
  • Jordan — visa on arrival, not available at all points of entry
  • Iran — 30 days, visa on arrival
  • Cambodia — 30 days, visa on arrival, electronic registration is possible
  • Qatar — electronic visa
  • China — 30 days
  • Kyrgyzstan — electronic visa, not available at all entry points
  • Laos — 30 days, e—visa or visa on arrival
  • Malaysia — 1 month
  • Maldives — 30 days, visa on arrival
  • Nepal — 90 days, visa on arrival
  • Pakistan — Electronic visa
  • Singapore — 30 days
  • Tajikistan — 45 days, electronic visa
  • East Timor — 30 days, visa on arrival, not available at all points of entry
  • Uzbekistan — 30 days
  • Philippines — 30 days
  • Sri Lanka — 30 days, electronic travel permit
  • South Korea — 90 days

Africa

Citizens of Grenada can visit many African countries without a visa, or receive one upon arrival. In the second case, you need to make sure that there is such an opportunity at the selected point of entry:

  • Benin — 30 days/8 days, visa on arrival or e-visa, international vaccination certificate is required
  • Botswana — 90 days in one calendar year
  • Gabon — electronic visa, entry through Libreville International Airport
  • Gambia — 90 days
  • Guinea-Bissau — 90 days, visa on arrival
  • Djibouti — 31 days, electronic visa
  • Egypt — 30 days, visa on arrival
  • Zambia — 30 days for work purposes and 90 days for travel
  • Zimbabwe — 3 months
  • Cape Verde — visa on arrival, not available at all points of entry
  • Kenya — 3 months
  • Comoros — Visa on arrival
  • Lesotho — 90 days
  • Mauritius — 90 days
  • Mauritania — Visa on arrival, available at Nouakchott — Umtunsi International Airport
  • Madagascar — 90 days, e-visa or visa on arrival
  • Malawi — 90 days
  • Mozambique — 30 days, visa on arrival
  • Rwanda — 30 days, visa on arrival or e-visa
  • São Tomé and Príncipe — electronic visa
  • Seychelles — 3 months, entry permit upon arrival
  • Senegal — 90 days, visa on arrival
  • Somalia — 30 days, visa on arrival, available at Bosaso, Galkayo and Mogadishu airports
  • Sierra Leone — visa on arrival
  • Tanzania — 90 days
  • Togo — 7 days, visa on arrival
  • Uganda — 3 months
  • Eswatini — 30 days
  • Ethiopia — 90 days, electronic visa, entry through the international airport in Addis Ababa
  • South Sudan — an electronic visa, upon entry, its availability is checked in printed form

Europe

You do not need a Schengen visa if you have a passport of Grenada: visa-free entry to EU countries is provided to its citizens.

  • Austria — 90 days within 180 days
  • Andorra — no visa required
  • Armenia — 120 days, you can get a visa upon arrival at Zvartnots International Airport in Yerevan or apply online before your trip
  • Belarus — visa on arrival, you need to enter through Minsk International Airport
  • Belgium — 90 days within 180 days
  • Bulgaria — 90 days within 180 days
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina — 90 days
  • Vatican City — No visa required
  • United Kingdom — 6 months
  • Hungary — 90 days within 180 days
  • Germany — 90 days for 180 days
  • Greece — 90 days for 180 days
  • Georgia — 90 electronic visa
  • Denmark — 90 days within 180 days
  • Ireland — 90 days
  • Iceland — 90 days within 180 days
  • Spain — 90 days within 180 days
  • Italy — 90 days within 180 days
  • Cyprus — 90 days within 180 days
  • Latvia — 90 days within 180 days
  • Lithuania — 90 days within 180 days
  • Liechtenstein — 90 days within 180 days
  • Luxembourg — 90 days for 180 days
  • Malta — 90 days for 180 days
  • Moldova — 90 days within 180 days
  • Monaco — no visa required
  • Netherlands — 90 days for 180 days
  • Norway — 90 days within 180 days
  • Poland — 90 days within 180 days
  • Portugal — 90 days for 180 days
  • Russian Federation — 90 days within 180 days
  • Romania — 90 days within 180 days
  • San Marino — no visa required
  • Serbia — 90 days within 180 days
  • Slovakia — 90 days within 180 days
  • Slovenia — 90 days within 180 days
  • Turkey — 90 days, electronic visa
  • Ukraine — 90 days within 180 days
  • Finland — 90 days within 180 days
  • France — 90 days within 180 days
  • Croatia — 90 days within 180 days
  • Montenegro — 90 days
  • Czech Republic — 90 days within 180 days
  • Switzerland — 90 days within 180 days
  • Sweden — 90 days within 180 days
  • Estonia — 90 days within 180 days

Oceania

Grenada has agreements on visa—free entry and exit with almost all countries of the Pacific region:

  • Vanuatu — 30 days
  • Kiribati — 30 days
  • Micronesia — 30 days
  • Niue — 30 days
  • New Caledonia — 90 days for 180 days
  • Palau — 30 days, visa on arrival
  • Papua New Guinea — 30 days, permission to visit
  • Samoa — 60 days, visa on arrival
  • Solomon Islands — 3 months, entry permit upon arrival
  • Tuvalu — 1 month, visa on arrival
  • Fiji — 4 months
  • French Polynesia — 90 days every 180 days

America

Without additional documents, citizens of Grenada can stay in most countries of this part of the world for 90-180 days. And the presence of a CARICOM certificate removes all restrictions altogether:

  • Argentina — 90 days
  • Barbados — 180 days (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Belize — 180 days (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Bolivia — 90 days, visa on arrival
  • Brazil — 90 days within 6 months
  • Venezuela — 90 days (possible extension)
  • Guyana — 6 months (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Colombia — 90 days, possible extension up to 180 days within one year
  • Costa Rica — 90 days
  • Nicaragua — 90 days, visa on arrival
  • Panama — 180 days
  • Peru — 183 days
  • Suriname — 180 days (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills certificate)
  • Uruguay — 90 days
  • Chile — 90 days
  • Ecuador — 90 days

The Caribbean

Grenadians do not need a visa to vacation in Caribbean resorts:

  • Antigua and Barbuda — you can live and work freely
  • Bahamas — 3 months
  • Barbados — 180 days (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Dominica — you can live and work freely
  • Dominican Republic — no visa required
  • Haiti — 3 months
  • Cuba — 60 days
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines — No visa required (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis — No visa required (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Saint Lucia — No visa required (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Sint Maarten — 90 days
  • Trinidad and Tobago — 180 days (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)
  • Jamaica — 6 months (indefinite for holders of the CARICOM Skills Certificate)

Additional territories

Citizenship of Grenada opens visa-free entry to the Faroe Islands and other territories

Other territories with visa—free entry for Grenadians:

  • Akrotiri and Dhekelia — 28 days during the year, you need a permit to stay longer
  • Anguilla — 3 months
  • Aruba — 90 days
  • Bermuda — 6 months
  • British Indian Ocean Territory — special permission is required
  • British Virgin Islands — 6 months
  • Gibraltar — 6 months
  • Greenland — 90 days
  • Hong Kong — 90 days
  • Caribbean Netherlands — 90 days
  • Cayman Islands — 6 months
  • Kosovo — 90 days
  • Curacao — 3 months
  • Mayotte — 90 days for 180 days
  • Macau — 90 days
  • Montserrat — 6 months
  • Cook Islands — 31 days
  • Pitcairn Islands — 14 days, $35 boarding fee or $5 tax if you do not go ashore
  • Ascension Island — 3 months for one year, electronic visa
  • St. Helena Island — 183 days, electronic visa
  • Wallis and Futuna Islands — 90 days for 180 days
  • Palestine — no visa required
  • Transnistria — check-in within 24 hours after arrival
  • Reunion — 90 days within 180 days
  • Northern Cyprus — no visa required
  • Saint Pierre and Miquelon — 90 days for 180 days
  • Sint Maarten — 90 days
  • Somaliland — 30 days for $30, visa on arrival
  • Turks and Caicos Islands — 90 days
  • Trinidad and Tobago — 180 days
  • Tristan da Cunha — travel permit
  • Faroe Islands — 90 days
  • French West Indies — 90 days
  • French Guiana — 90 days for 180 days
  • South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands — permission is required (for 72 hours/1 month)

Other bonuses and benefits

Grenada is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and a former British colony. Accordingly, citizens of this country can enjoy several special benefits. For example, with a Grenada passport, you can enroll in a number of prestigious British universities in a separate special program.

How to get citizenship of Grenada

Grenada offers anyone who wants to take advantage of the official government program for obtaining a passport for investments. This program offers investors two options:

  • The contribution is $235,000 dollars to be donated to the National Development Fund.
  • Purchase of real estate —  need to buy a share in one of the government-approved commercial real estate projects for an amount starting from $270,000, or a property for full ownership starting from $350,000 

The entire process takes approximately 4-6 months. At the same time, the whole process takes place remotely, you do not need to visit the country, you do not have to take various exams for knowledge of the language or culture either.

Any other questions? Get individual advice from our Grenadian citizenship expert.

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