Moving to Grenada from the U.S.
Are you moving to Grenada? At International Sea & Air Shipping, we provide you with best international moving services that suit your needs.
When you choose International Sea & Air Shipping, you can rest assured that your international move will be handled efficiently and you'll remain stress-free during your move to Grenada.
Our international moving experts will be with you every step of the way answering all your questions and guiding you through the process, so call us today to schedule your free in-home estimate today at 1-866-780-3768.
How International Sea & Air Shipping can help for moving to Grenada
Planning an international move can be stressful, but with our expert moving agents by your side, you'll be able to handle those tricky questions that come up along the way during your move to Grenada, such as:
- When you are moving to Grenada?
- How soon do you need your items to arrive in Grenada and at what port or airport?
- Amount of household goods and personal effects to move to Grenada? Does this include a vehicle?
How Much Does it Cost to Move to Grenada?
Grenada is relatively closer to the American mainland so the time required for shipping may not be as much as you'd expect.
The cost of shipping your household goods is calculated based on the cubic footage of your goods.
If you need to utilize any of our other international shipping services such as auto shipping, those will be charged in addition to the cost of your household goods shipment.
Get in touch with our international moving experts so they can inspect your items and provide you with an accurate estimate of the cost to ship your household goods to Grenada. Call International Sea & Air Shipping at 1-866-780-3768 or fill out our quote form to schedule your appointment today.
Grenada, also known as the “Island of Spice,” is an island country that consists of six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines chain in the southeastern part of Caribbean Sea. The island is located northwest of Trinidad and Tobago, northeast of Venezuela and southwest of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Grenada has a tropical climate; hot and humid in the rainy season and cooler during the dry season due to the trade winds. Because of its location at the southern edge of the hurricane belt, Grenada has only suffered three hurricanes in 50 years.
As a part of commonwealth realm Queen Elizabeth II is its Queenand Head of State with the Crown represented by a Governor-General. Appointed by the Governor-General, the Prime Minister is usually the leader of the largest party in the Parliament.
The economy of Grenada is heavily reliant on tourism and is the main driving force to its economy. Grenada is a major producer and exporter of several spices including cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mace, allspice and nutmeg among others. It is the 2nd largest producer of nutmeg after Indonesia and the spice is depicted on the country's flag.
Custom Regulations for Grenada
- Passport including photo page
- Work permit
- Customs Bond and CARICOM Customs Invoice
- Bank Guarantee
- Certificate of Origin – notarized
- Letter of Authorization allowing Destination Agent to clear shipment
- Inventory – all new items must have invoices and/or receipts
- Customer must be in Grenada at the time of customs clearance and sign a Declaration of Ownership in the presence of a Customs official
- All shipments will be partially inspected
- Used household goods and personal effects are duty free if they have been in the customer's possession for a minimum of one year
- New items are subject to high taxes and require receipts
- Computers, business equipment and electronics
- Archeological items
- Soil, fruit, vegetables
- One quart of wine is duty-free, more than one quart will incur duty
- 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, or ½ pound of loose tobacco is duty-free, more than that will incur duty
- Licensed handguns must be declared and a license obtained from the police department upon arrival
MOTOR VEHICLES REGULATIONS
- Narcotics/illegal drugs of any kind
- Pornography and subversive material
- Explosives, ammunitions and weapons
- Certificate of Title and Registration
- Commercial/Purchase Invoice
- Driver's license and International Insurance Policy
NOTE - Customs regulations are subject to change at any time. The proceeding information is a brief summary of customs regulations applicable to household goods shipments to this destination and is being provided for general guidance to assist our Agents and Customers.Since such regulations are subject to change without notice, International Sea & Air shipping cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance.Always double check with your local embassy or consulate.
- Certificate of Vaccination – including rabies, dated within six weeks prior to arrival
- Health Certificate – issued 14 days prior to arrival by a licensed veterinarian
- Import Permit – presented to Customs at port of entry
- Entry Authority – obtained from Government Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Grenada
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Motto : Ever Conscious of God We Aspire, and Advance as One People|
Capital : Saint George's
National Anthem : "Hail Grenada"
Location : Caribbean, island between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago
Area : Total : 344 sq km
Land : 344 sq km
Climate : Tropical; tempered by northeast trade winds
Water : N/A
Nationality : Grenadian(s)
Population : 108,419 (July 2011 est.)
Major Cities : SAINT GEORGE'S (capital) 40,000 (2009)
Languages : English (official), French patois
GDP : $1.127 billion (2010 est.)
Exchange Rates : East Caribbean dollars (XCD) per US dollar - 2.7 (2007), 2.7 (2006), 2.7 (2005), 2.7 (2004), 2.7 (2003)
Airports : 3 (2010)
Roadways : Total : 1,127 km
Waterways : N/A
Ports & Terminals : Saint George's