Grenada (St George's) Cruise Port
Grenada’s beaches, waterfalls, and spice plantations continue to attract travelers to its peaceful island shores. If you’re here for the day, head out early to Grand Anse Beach, just a 10-minute taxi ride from the port. Active travelers can kayak, parasail, windsurf, or snorkel.
Alternatively, hire a driver or book an excursion and travel through Grenada’s scenic interior. Popular stops include Grand Etang Lake and Annandale Falls, as well as local spice plantations to sample homegrown nutmeg and tropical fruits. Afterward, return to St. George’s for a visit to Market Square, the bustling bazaar where farmers and vendors sell their wares.
Things to Know Before You Go
The terminal is modern, with duty-free shops, outlets, snacks, restrooms, and easy access to downtown St George's.
Most shore excursions include pickup and drop-off at the Melville Street Cruise Terminal.
If you rent a car to get around the island, remember that they drive on the left-hand side of the road in Grenada; you’ll also need a local license, which costs an additional fee.
Colorful motor boats transport visitors between Grand Anse Beach and St. George's harbor.
How to Get to St. George’s From the Melville Street Cruise Terminal
Most cruise ships dock at the Melville Street Cruise Terminal, which is within walking distance of popular attractions in St. George’s. Taxis are readily available, as are public minibuses, although they can get crowded. The central bus station in St. George’s is about a 15-minutes walk from the terminal.
The local currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar, but US dollars are widely accepted around the island. ATMs and foreign exchange bureaus are easy to find near the port. English is the official language.