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Transport Information


Danielle Miller

December 5, 2019


Taxis can be booked through the official taxi rank at the airport and through your hotel, with fares regulated by the government.

Click here for rates to and from the airport.

Grenada Airport Taxi Association +1 (473) 415-8977


Diving is on the left and seat belts are mandatory.

Be careful on the narrow, twisting roads, especially in the interior. Road signs are limited, but locals are happy to give directions.

A temporary driver’s licence is required for visitors in possession of an overseas drivers licence. It is valid for three months and costs EC$60. Temporary licences can be issued by official car rental agencies, or from South St George Police Station in Grand Anse.

Buses in Market Square, St George's


Local buses provide a good network of transport around the island, following set routes.

Most routes operate 7am - 7pm (St George’s - Grand Anse route until about 9pm) and fares start at $2.50.

The main bus terminus is on Melville Street in St George’s.


SVG Air connects Grenada and Carriacou with a daily 30-minute flight.

There is an onward connection to Union Island, in St Vincent and the Grenadines.


The Osprey Express ferry connects St George’s, Grenada with Tyrell Bay, Carriacou with a daily 90 minute service.

There is a separate shuttle service between Carriacou and Petite Martinique.


For more information about Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, check out our Fast Facts page.

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