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Grenada Travel Authorization is an increasing trend amongst global tourists visiting the Caribbean country. The authorization is available after checking in at the Aruba International Airport and after paying a one-time fee of $160. The authorization will entitle you to remain around three nights at Grenada, as long as your stay is law abiding and doesn't interfere with the immigration laws of the United States. Additionally, it allows one to spend most parts of the Caribbean island so long as you so desire.

There are a range of reasons why vacationers need to acquire a travel authorization before leaving for the island. It ensures their own security because they've been issued an authorized representative who is on call in case of any emergency. Second, it allows them to spend more time with their family as they aren't concerned about what the agent may be doing while they are away from your home. Third, it also lets them enjoy their vacation knowing that they are supposed to abide by the stipulations set by the law concerning tourism in Grenada.



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