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Grenada Flag5 Pointers You Need to Know About Grenada for a More Enjoyable Trip

By Patricia Strasser

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In order to completely appreciate Grenada as your holiday destination, try checking out the following info for an unforgettable experience: know its laws, customs, and culture, get the list of entry requirements, identify the ideal season for travel, check out the various tourists' attractions, and find out how to get there.

Travelling to other places requires a lot of research and familiarization. This is because they have their own set of rules and standards, which may deviate from what you have been acquainted with. Since Grenada is an exciting island to visit because of its remarkable tourists' spots, you might as well want to learn a bit of their background to avoid disappointments during your trip.

Below are some pointers you need to know about Grenada, which are as follows:

Know its Laws, Customs, and Culture;

Some of the locally promulgated laws there concern drug cases and homosexuality. Several penalties can be enforced when found guilty. To avoid issues, public display of attention by both sexes must be avoided. Stay away from strangers who try to befriend you because a lot of swindlers take advantage of the gays and lesbians. With regards to dress codes; although, not that strict still you need to exercise caution when in public places. Wearing any form of camouflage attire is strictly prohibited.

Get the list of Entry requirements;

Regardless of the nationality, the basic requirement is of course your passport, which should be valid for six months prior to departure. When going to Grenada, not all are required to secure a visa particularly if you belong to any of these nationalities: Australian, Canadian, British or American. However, your stay should only last up to three months or else you will be branded as overstaying. Thus, a return ticket is a must for all tourists regardless of the length of visit.

Identify the ideal season for travel;

Grenada has a tropical climate. Between January to May is the dry season; whereas, June to December is definitely rainy. It is during these times where heavy rains pour out; although, it does not usually last more than several hours. Since hurricane is not uncommon, you need to get updates from the National Hurricane Centre to make sure natural disasters will not ruin your vacation.

Check out the various tourists' attractions;

Some of its top-rated destinations include St. George, Lake Antoine, Carriacou, Concord Falls and Trail, Grand Etang National Park, Morne Rouge Bay, and more. They also have fabulous beaches that can be very tempting because of the white sands.

Find out how to get there;

There are several ways and means to get there either by water or air. If you choose to travel by sea, choices include ferry boat, yacht, water taxi, and cruise ships. However, you need to spend few bucks before you can proceed to your journey since you will be guaranteed of a fantastic journey. Regardless of which type you choose, you need to secure a clearance from the immigration station. For travellers who prefer to visit the place through plane, one can always choose from various airways available such as Air Jamaica, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and American Eagle.

Whatever island you choose, make every single moment worth your stay. Always get as much information as possible to ensure safe and excellent holiday break.

 About the Author     

If you want to check out Grenada and its islands particularly Carriacou , kindly visit this site: Hotel Laurena for more information.

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