Etiquette in Grenada

Grenada is located in the Caribbean Sea and has a population of 109,590 people.

The island is a parliamentary democracy under constitutional monarchy.

The official language of Grenada is English. Recognized regional languages are Grenadian Creole English and Grenadian Creole French.

The majority of citizens follow Christianity.

The currency of Grenada is the East Caribbean Dollar.

Dining & Visiting Homes Etiquette

If service is slow when you go out to dine, you may need to politely ask for assistance.

Greetings Etiquette

Greetings tend to be very casual in Grenada. Men and women tend to nod or say hello to one another, though women may kiss one another on the cheek if they know one another very well. In formal situations, people will shake hands.