Another Caribbean island has completely removed its testing requirements: the Eastern Caribbean paradise of Grenada.
Grenada’s government has lifted all restrictions for entry into the island, regardless of vaccination status, meaning neither vaccinated nor unvaccinated travelers have any restrictions.
That means travelers don’t have to take any tests before arrival, don’t have to fill out a health declaration form and don’t have to quarantine.
Grenada is the latest destination to make the move, joining a small but growing list of islands without any testing rules, a trend that began when Curacao did so last month.
In other words, planning your trip to Grenada is just as it was before the onset of the pandemic — with one primary distinction: the still-required CDC return test for all travelers coming back to the United States. (Only Caribbean destinations that are part of the United States, most notably the uber-popular US Virgin Islands, are exempt from this requirement).
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