All persons entering the country are required by law to declare to Customs anything contained in their baggage, or carried with them, which has been obtained outside of Grenada. Passengers are also required to answer all questions asked by the Customs Officer relating to their travels, baggage, its contents and other items being imported.

The combined Immigration/Customs declaration forms are distributed at ports of entry and exit, airline and ships agents, and their offices. It is advisable to fill out your declaration in advance of your arrival in order to expedite Immigration and Customs clearances. Passengers are asked to be honest when filling the declarations and co-operative with the customs baggage officers.

Misinformation can result in delays and penalties.

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Export regulations by Grenada Customs
Prohibited: Narcotics; arms and ammunition; fruit and vegetables.
Note: Licensed firearms must be declared. A local licence can be obtained from the police.
Customs Red and Green Channel
Customs have 2 channels at Maurice Bishop International Airport.
a Red Channel (goods to declare)
a Green Channel (nothing to declare)
You should choose the Red Channel (goods to declare) if you:
  • have to pay taxes on goods you are bringing in
  • have to fulfill customs formalities
  • are not sure whether you have to declare something
You should choose the Green Channel (nothing to declare) if you:
  • do not have to pay taxes on goods you are bringing in
  • do not have to fulfill customs formalities
  • are not carrying goods that are forbidden in Grenada
  • are not carrying goods to which restrictions apply in Grenada

Importers wishing to import plants, plant parts, plant products, seeds or other such regulated items into Grenada must complete an Application for Import Permit from the Pest Management Unit Ministry of Agriculture.
The Permit must state:
  • Country of origin, name and address of importer, name of produce, quantity and weight, mode of transport and expected date of arrival.
  • Applications must be submitted AT LEAST ONE WEEK prior to arrival of goods.
  • Imports permits are valid for one consignment only.
  • All agricultural produce imported must be accompanied by a Phytosanitary Certificate from the country of origin of produce.
  • All produce MUST BE INSPECTED upon arrival by the plant quarantine officer.
  • The plant quarantine officer reserves the right to reject or accept the produce based on its condition.
  • All imported produce must be pest and disease free, and free from soil.

Permission for entry of dogs and cats into Grenada is obtainable from the Ministry of Agriculture by writing to:
The Government Veterinary Officer,
Ministry of Agriculture,
Botanical Gardens, St. George's,
Grenada, West Indies.
Tel: (473) 440-2708
Application for a permit should state age, sex, color and breed of dog and/or cat, also port of entry, time of arrival and carrier.
The Import Permit must be presented to the Customs Division at the port of entry and must be accompanied by a certificate showing that the dog or cat was vaccinated against Rabies within the six (6) week period immediately preceding arrival in Grenada, together with a Certificate of General Health issued within two (2) weeks prior to arrival.
An applicant may wish to have an agent collect the Import Permit on his/her behalf in Grenada and be met at the port of entry on arrival.

Contact Information

Grenada Customs & Excise Division
Burns Point, St. George's
Grenada, West Indies.
Tel.: (473) 440-2239/2240/3588
Customs MIS: (473) 435-9622/23
Fax: (473) 440-5038

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