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Grenada Digital Nomad Visa

Grenada Rating from Citizen Remote

Overall Star rating: 3.63.6

Internet Infrastructure Star rating: 22.0

Country Stability Star rating: 55.0

Cost of Living Star rating: 33.0

Ease of Obtaining Visa Star rating: 33.0

Taxes Star rating: 55.0

Quick Visa Facts

Visa length One year

Possible to extend? Yes, for 12 more months

Who can apply? Anyone who meets the criteria at the bottom

Minimum Income Requirements $37,000 (100,000 XCD) annually

Time for visa applications Ten business days or longer

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Quick facts about Grenada

Beautiful ocean blue crashing upon shore

Grenada is a paradise for those looking for a taste of Old Caribbean culture. Formed by volcanic activity thousands of years ago, Granada is now blooming with breathtaking landscapes.

This Caribbean island is a paradise home to over 100,000 island dwellers in the south of the Caribbean Sea. The island is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, offering diverse flora and fauna selections. The country has also found fame for its varied selection of spices, coffees, and cocoa beans.

Grenada is quickly becoming a favorite among many digital nomads, and for a good reason! This stunning country has a lot to offer for all of its visitors.

Capital St. George’s

Form of Government Parliamentary representative democracy

Population 112,523

Climate Tropical

Language English, Grenadian Creole French (Patios)

Currency East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)

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Living in Grenada as a digital nomad

Grenada offers an exotic mix of classic Caribbean beauty with an exciting culture. The country’s rich culture and history catch the attention of thousands of tourists each year. One can appreciate the spectacular architecture when walking through St. George’s, the capital.

Choosing Grenada as your next destination on your Digital Nomad journey is the best thing you could do. Staying here for an extended period will allow you to explore all of it and truly immerse yourself in its culture.

Grenada’s official language is English, so you’ll have no problem communicating with the locals. Many locals are amiable and will happily offer you helpful information about which places to visit and how to experience the country as one of them.

Attractions and best places to visit

Some of the things you can expect to find in Grenada include

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Grenada is known for its beautiful beaches. In fact, Grenada has some of the world’s most renowned beaches enclosing the island. So while living in Grenada, expect to come across many beaches surrounding the island, each more beautiful than the last.

While in Grenada, check out Grand Anse–Grenada’s most famous beach. The beach is surrounded by sea grapes, almond trees, and coconut palms. Cruise ship visitors often make their way here to enjoy the sun’s warmth and the ocean’s beauty. Besides the beach, you’ll find the Grande Anse Craft and Spice Market, where you can indulge in local shopping and world-renowned spices.

Grenada blesses its visitors with many other beaches. For example, suppose you’ve ever visited neighboring Anguilla or any other island in the Caribbean. In that case, you’ll know that these waters are perfect for scuba diving, snorkeling, and many other water sports.

St. George’s

Of course, the capital city of Grenada, St. George’s, is another place you must visit. This city is one of the prettiest cities in the Caribbean. Its colorful and vibrant architecture will catch your eye. This city is popular with boaters, so you’ll find the harbors bursting with activity at all times.

Fort George

While in St. George’s, visit Fort George, which the French built in the early 18th century. It offers a beautiful view of the town and sea. If you want to learn about the history of Grenada, head toward the Grenada National Museum. The establishment used to be French barracks and a former prison from 1704. Now, the museum displays multiple historical items, including Carib and Arawak artifacts. It also showcases exhibits on the many industries of the country, including the sugar and whaling industries.

Underwater Sculpture Park

If you head to the west coast of Grenada, you’ll come across Moliniere Bay. It is a short drive from St. George’s, and here you’ll find the Underwater Sculpture Park. The park is a unique submerged gallery used as an artificial reef in a marine protected area. The Underwater Sculpture Park was the first of its kind, created by artist Jason deCaires Taylor. It consists of 75 pieces of art, covering an area of 800 square meters, at depths of 5-8 meters. It is accessible by scuba diving, snorkeling, and glass-bottom boats.

Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve

If you want to explore places away from the water, Grenada has an extensive array of tropical forests and mountains. The island is home to many tropical animals and exotic plants in the Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve. You will find the reserve in the island’s interior, surrounded by hiking trails and beautiful rainforest scenery.

Digital Nomad Hotspots

St. George’s is the most popular city for digital nomads living in Grenada. The city has all the amenities you could need and more. You’ll find many places to eat, live, and even entertainment.

Another common place among digital nomads and remote workers is Sauteurs, a fishing town in Saint Patrick Parish, the largest city in the north of Grenada.

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Cost of Living

Like Saint Lucia and many other Caribbean countries, Grenada uses the East Caribbean Dollar (XCD) as its official currency. 1XCD = 0.37USD approximately.

Grenada is relatively affordable. If you’re used to living in the US or Europe, then the prices in Grenada won’t be too surprising for you. You’ll find that most living costs in Grenada are lower than in almost any city in the US. You can live comfortably with a budget of $1,500 a month.

You can expect to pay from $300 to $500 a month for a one-bedroom apartment outside the city center in St. George’s. If you’re looking for a bigger apartment, you’ll find them for approximately $1,200/month.

Food prices at markets are similar to those in the US, with some small outliers. Regarding restaurants, a typical lunch menu ranges from $5 to $15.

Digital Nomad Essentials



As mentioned before, you’ll find many cafes and bars that offer free wifi. Finding a place to stay connected is not hard, though the internet speeds are not the fastest. In St. George’s, you’ll find an average of 2.25 Mbps download and 0.60 Mbps upload speeds across all mobile, tablet, and desktop devices.

SIM cards

We recommend you purchase a local SIM card to stay connected all day long. There are two major providers in Grenada–Flow and Digicel. You can buy a SIM card for $10 from Digicel or $6 from Flow. Each company offers different benefits and data plans, so choose whichever best meets your needs. You should note that you can’t purchase SIM cards at St. George’s-Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND). You’ll have to find their stores in the city.

Is Grenada safe?

You have nothing to worry about when traveling to Grenada. The US Department of State has a rating system for each destination:

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  1. Exercise normal precautions

  2. Exercise increased precautions

  3. Reconsider travel

  4. Do not travel

Grenada classifies as a level-one, meaning it is safe to visit. Grenada is safer than some popular US cities, but you should stay alert for pickpocketers and minor crimes.

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Grenada Digital Nomad Visa Overview

Grenada joined many other island countries like Montserrat and The Bahamas and launched its own Digital Nomad program. The Grenadian Parliament introduced the “Remote Employment Act” on May 21st, 2021, and officially launched it in October 2021 to lure long-term visitors and allow them to perform their work remotely.

Act” on May 21st, 2021, and officially launched it in October 2021 to lure long-term visitors and allow them to perform their work remotely.

The marketing manager for the Grenada Tourism Authority said: “We want remote workers to come into our island with us and share their knowledge and time with us and be fully immersed in our communities.”

This digital nomad visa runs up to a year, with the possibility to be extended for an additional 12 months. Dependents may also apply so that you can travel with your family.

Current travel restrictions

Grenada has been in a level 1 travel precaution since the beginning of Spring 2022, meaning that travel is happening as usual in the country. However, due to the current state of COVID-19, the travel precautions for countries are often changing.

You can stay up to date with all COVID-19 updates by visiting this website!

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Who Can Apply for the Digital Nomad Visa for Grenada

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The Digital Nomad program is open to anyone who wishes to apply. It does not have nationality restrictions, so that any remote worker can apply.

However, all applicants must be fully vaccinated, have a valid passport, and have health insurance.

All applicants must also show proof of annual income, which must not be less than $37,000 (100,000 XCD).

How to Apply for the Grenada Digital Nomad Visa

To apply for the Grenada Digital Nomad Visa, you must follow the correct protocol.

Unfortunately, you can only apply on paper–no online application form exists. Therefore, you must make the application at least six weeks before your departure date.

The first step is to fill out the application form. Then, you must print and fill it out with blue or black ink.

You must mail your application to the Embassy of Grenada with the required documents and payment fee.

We will detail all the required documents and fee prices below. For more information regarding the application process, check out this official document.

Documents required to apply for the digital nomad visa in Grenada

  • Valid passport (valid for at least six months from the date of departure from Grenada)

  • Completed Visa Application

  • Two passport pictures (no more than three months old)

  • Fee payment

  • Proof of annual income of at least $37,000

  • Evidence of a valid health insurance policy

How much does it cost?

The application fee for individuals is $1,500.

The application fee for an individual and up to three dependents is $2,000. The application fee for every additional dependent is $200.

The visa is valid for no less than one year. To renew, you must pay $1,400 an individual. The renewal fee for an individual and up to three dependents is $1,900. The renewal fee for every additional dependent is $200.

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Timeline for Applying

The application process takes approximately ten business days from the date of receipt. However, the visa process can take longer.

Remember that Grenada does not require a visa for visits shorter than 90 days. So if you’re planning on staying for less than 90 days, you can easily visit and enjoy the beautiful beaches without waiting for the application time.

Taxes for Grenada digital nomad visa

Forrest view with dirt road

The Grenada digital nomad visa does not have a local income tax.

Grenada is a dream destination for many travelers. Its unique culture and beautiful landscapes will captivate you from day one. Quickly growing into a favorite destination for many remote workers, don’t waste the opportunity to make this beautiful country your next stop!


Nadia Dardón is a freelance writer from Guatemala. In early 2022 she embarked as a digital nomad, traveling through Europe, focusing mostly on the literary history of each country. She has worked fully remotely for the past four years as a reader, writer, and content creator with experience creating pieces for different industries. She also has a personal blog where she writes about her cultural and literary travels.