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Grenada is a beautiful island country located in the Southern region of the Caribbean. It is known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and friendly people.

If you are planning a trip to Grenada, you may be contemplating the options to get around the island effortlessly.

In this article, we answer your burning question as to whether there is Uber in Grenada as well as provide comprehensive details on the methods of transportation available.

There is no Uber or Lyft available in the Grenada. Nevertheless, transportation can be booked via other ridesharing apps which are Haylup or Carib Eats. Other ways to get around the island include taxi, water taxi, car rental and public transportation.

Ridesharing Apps In Grenada

Haylup is new ridesharing app available on the island which can be accessed in the Google Playstore.

Carib Eats is another ridesharing option in Grenada and the app is also available in the Google Playstore.

 In addition to ride share services, the app is the number one app to consider for delivery. From the app you can deliver food, groceries, packages and mobile top up.

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These are available at locations such as the Maurice Bishop International Airport, in the capital city of St George as well as at the major hotels.

Water Taxis

These are primarily available from St George’s to Grand Anse Beach which is quick and easy way to get from the Port if you are visiting the island on a cruise.

At the time of writing the cost was USD $5 for each trip meaning to and from the beach.

Ferry Services

Grenada is a tri-island nation of which Grenada is the largest island with two dependencies being Carriacou and Petite Martinique respectively.

Osprey Lines is the local provider of daily inter island transportation. The ferry docks on the Carenage which is near the town of St George.


This is an affordable way to explore the island especially regions such as the capital city and the commercial area in Grand Anse.

If you are sight-seeing in the town, be sure to wear comfortable shoes as there are a few hills to climb depending on what you want to see.

As an example, if you are interested in visiting The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, it will be best to wear comfortable shoes to walk up the hill.

You can also walk between the key shopping malls in the Grand Anse area. For example, you can walk from Spiceland Mall to Excel Plaza or Spiceland Mall to the Grand Anse Shopping Centre.

This is a great way to learn the area and also meet and interact with locals.

Car Rental

For your convenience, car rental is also an option. There are car rental agencies based on the Maurice Bishop International Airport and at major hotels on the island.

Driving on the island could be a challenge for new comers to navigate especially venturing on the Western side on route to Grenville.

The Eastern Main Road may be the better choice for visitors who want to explore the countryside as it is flat and the road is paved.

Driving is on the left hand side of the road.

Public Transportation

Grenada has an efficient bus system and it is seamless to get transportation especially if you choose to live in the South of the island. 

These include areas such as Grand Anse, Calliste, Morne Rouge and Kirani James Boulevard.

There are bus routes going to almost every community except in some areas where you may have to walk as the bus route does not cover those places.

As an example, you can get a Morne Jaloux bus but lower Morne Jaloux is not included on the route.

Bus fare from the town to the South of the island is US$1. There is a bus terminal in the heart of the city.

Travel Tips For Grenada

The official currency of Grenada is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD) which has been pegged to the US (United States) dollar since July 7th, 1976 at a rate of USD $1 to XCD $2.70.

The country code for the island is 1 473

The island is still a conventional society and as such many businesses are closed on Sunday. Additionally, public transportation is not available on Sundays.

The most popular beach on the island is Grand Anse beach which can be accessed easily with public transportation.

The bus from the capital city to Grand Anse was USD $1 at the time of publication.

While the island is not in the main hurricane belt, it has experienced its share of catastrophic storms with the most notable being hurricane Ivan in September 2004. It is therefore wise to consider travel insurance for your trip.

The Maurice Bishop International Airport is located to the South of the island which is near the malls, banks and the town of St George.

Grenada is not a destination for nightlife and partying. The most popular type of entertainment is restaurants, nightclubs and beach bars.

The national dish is oil down which is made with breadfruit as the main ingredient. This meal is delicious and a must try during your visit.

Final Thoughts

We trust that you found the information in this article valuable during your visit to Grenada.

We know that you will enjoy your time in the Isle of Spice.

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