Waterfalls cascading through the lush jungle. Waves lapping swathes of sandy shores. Aromas of nutmeg wafting across your nose on the gentle breeze.

Grenada's magic is the island's authenticity, from the characteristic warmth of its population to the abundance of natural wonders waiting to be discovered.

Let's begin the journey...


British Airways fly twice weekly from London Gatwick (LGW) to Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND).

Flight time is approximately 10hr 50m including a 1hr stopover in Antigua. 

  • Outbound: Departing 10:00 GMT, arriving 15:50 AST
  • Inbound: Departing 17:45 AST, arriving 09:10 GMT (+1 day)

The service is operated by a three-cabin Boeing-777 jet.

Selected British Airways services to Grenada have an extra 85% capacity in Club World until 5 September 2021.



Whether you're getting back into the office after furlough or ramping up training as bookings start to increase, get to know Grenada a little better in our virtual event with the Grenada Tourism Authority.

  • Date: 15 September 2021
  • Time: 14:30 BST
  • Duration: 30 minutes

 Simply register your interest now and we'll be in touch soon to confirm full details very soon.





Plus don't forget, British Airways Book with Confidence policies give you and your customers that all-important flexibility
in the event of changing travel requirements.




Known as 'Spice Island', it's little surprise that Grenada's culinary experience is unforgettable.

From street food to fine dining, travellers will discover endless fresh food enhanced with Grenadian herbs. Plus there's five chocolate factories for those with a sweet tooth to explore!

Grenada has a rich culture, influenced by a mix of African, West Indian and French traditions.

 Travellers wishing to immerse themselves in island life can explore historic attractions like Belmont Estate. We'd also recommend booking a trip to coincide with the famous Spicemas festival.

Grenada is the perfect destination for nature lovers, with luxury and eco-friendly options alike.

Hidden waterfalls are just a hike away or gentle walks through nature reserves are on offer for a more relaxed experience. Wildlife spotters will also be in for a treat with bird watching galore.



Getting there

All tourists entering Grenada must be fully vaccinated. Travellers must also:

  • Book approved accommodation for a minimum of two nights
  • Apply for travel authorisation
  • Get a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to travel
  • Get a PCR test on arrival in Grenada and quarantine in approved accommodation for up to 48 hours.

Coming home

Grenada is on the UK's green list, meaning travellers can return from the island without quarantine on return!

Tempted to add Grenada to your destination portfolio? The Grenada Tourism Authority would love to hear from you!

Key contacts

Grenada Tourism Authority: +1 473 440 2001

Black Diamond: +44 (0)20 7240 4071