Official language is English. French Patois is spoken by a minority.
01/01/2022 New Year
07.02.2022 Independence Day
04/15/2022 Good Friday
04/18/2022 easter monday
05/01/2022 Labor Day
06/06/2022 Whit Monday
06/16/2022 Corpus Christi
01.08.2022 Emancipation Day
10/25/2022 Thanksgiving day
Duty free shopping
The following items can be brought into Grenada duty-free in hand luggage (persons aged 18 and over): 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco products; 1 liter of wine or 1 liter of spirits. 295.74 ml perfume. Personal effects up to a value of EC$300. Further information is available from Grenada Customs (website: grenadacustoms.com/index.php/en/).
Honorary Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany
Sugar Apple Hill, Calliste
+1 (473) 405 41 80. Granada High Commission
(Also responsible for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.)
The Chapel, Archel Road, West Kensington
+44 (20) 73 85 44 15.
Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00. Consular Section: Mon-Fri 10am-2pm.
Consulate General of Grenada
Consulate in Vandoeuvres near Geneva.
+41 (43) 817 64 40. Honorary Consulate of Grenada
Business language is English. Business hours of the authorities: Mon-Thu 08.00-11.45 and 13.00-16.00, Fri until 17.00.
Grenada Chamber of Industry and Commerce Frequente, Building 11, PO Box 129, St George’s, Grenada Tel. +1 (0)473 440 29 37. Website: www.grenadachamber.org
Autodial Long Distance Service.
TDMA cellular network operated by Cable & Wireless Caribbean Cellular (Internet: www.caribcell.com). Roaming contracts exist. Mobile phones can be rented on site. A GSM 900/1900 network operated by Grenada Wireless Ventures is in place.
According to Abbreviationfinder.org, Internet connections are available island-wide. Provider is Caribsurf (Internet: www.caribsurf.com).
The main post office is in St George’s on Lagoon Road by the harbour, open Mon-Thu 8am-4pm, Fri 8am-4.30pm. There are branches in every town and village. Stamps are also available in the shops where postcards can be bought. Hotel receptions accept letters for a tip of approximately US$1. Airmail shipments take about 4 weeks to Europe. International couriers such as Federal Express, DHL and UPS support the national postal system.
Since the use of shortwave frequencies changes several times over the course of a year, it is advisable to contact Deutsche Welle customer service directly for the current frequencies (Tel: (+49) (0228) 429 32 08. Internet: www.dw-world.de) to request.