Grenada Passport Ranking
Grenada offers a Citizenship by Investment program. After a due diligence process and the necessary economic contribution to the country, applicants can obtain Grenada citizenship and passport within 4 months.
Grenada Passport Ranking
The Grenada passport ranking relative to other global passports is calculated by adding up the number of countries that allow Grenada passport holders to enter without a visa (i.e. visa-free countries) and those that allow Grenada passport holders to enter by obtaining a visa on arrival (i.e. visa-on-arrival countries) or an electronic travel authorization (eTA). There are currently a total of 115 Grenada passport visa-free countries, 27 Grenada visa-on-arrival countries, and 1 eTA destinations.
Altogether, Grenada passport holders can enter a total of 143 destinations—either without a visa, through a visa on arrival, or via an eTA. As a result, the Grenada passport ranks 33 in the world.
Separate from these Grenada visa-free countries and visa-on-arrival countries, there are 86 additional destinations which Grenada passport holders either need a physical visa to enter or an eVisa (i.e. visa required countries).
Grenada is a former British colony consisting of six parishes. The most important parishes are Saint George, Saint Andrew and Saint David. The island nation is situated in the Caribbean, just north of Trinidad and Tobago. It has a total surface of 348.5 square kilometers. The country’s terrain is defined by volcanic land and mountains. Its climate is tropical tempered down by northeastern trade winds.
The overall population is approximately over 111,454 people. The capital of the country is Saint George’s which is also the most populous city. Other major towns are Gouyave and Grenville. The country’s largest and only international airport is Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND). It is named after the former Prime Minister Maurice Bishop. The airport provides access to regional, North American and European destinations.
Grenada culture is a mix of its African, native and European traditions. The majority of the population is Christian. The official language is English. The Grenadian legal system is based on the English common law. The government form is a parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy. The chief of state is Queen Elizabeth the II and the head of government is Prime Minister Keith Mitchell.
The official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD), it is pegged to the USD at a rate of XCD 2.7 since 1976. The country has an open economy, generating a GDP of approximately $1.8 billion, placing it on the 29th spot in the Caribbean and Latin American countries. Its citizens have a per capita income of $16,604. The GDP is mostly made up of the services sector. Tourism plays an increasingly important role as GDP contributor. Agricultural products such as nutmeg, bananas and cocoa remain very important for Grenadian exports.
Grenada is growing in popularity as a tourism destination. The country is trying to focus more on ecotourism. Main activities for tourists are market visits, hiking, trekking, diving and animal watching. Some of the main destinations include the Grand Anse Beach, the capital St. George’s, the underwater sculpture park, and Morne Rouge Bay. Grenada has a total of approximately 500,000 tourists visiting every year. The government is trying to further boost visitor numbers by making the island an attractive stopping point for cruise ships.