Unaccompanied Baggage Shipping to Grenada
Important Grenada Customs Information
General Customs Information When Shipping to Grenada
If you are sending only personal effects to Grenada, it is unlikely your shipment will incur any customs taxes or duties. This is because most countries allow a significant amount of personal effects to cross their border, duty free.
Personal effects are defined as items that have been in your (the sender's) possession for at least six months before shipping.
If your shipment is stopped by customs and brand new or commercial items are found, you may have to pay taxes and duties. Brand new items may include Christmas or birthday presents, so it is advised that you check with Granadian customs before you send your items. You should find out about any duties and taxes you will be liable to pay and what documentation you need to provide with your shipment.
If only personal effects make up your shipment, you need to demonstrate this by completing a packing list online, as follows: "4 x Cotton T-shirt, 2 x Denim Skirt, 4 x Pairs Leather Sandals", and so on, rather than "10 x Used Clothing", etc.
Please check how your shipment and your personal circumstances will be assessed by Grenadian customs, as this may be different to other countries you have travelled to before.
Read more information on our customs information page.
What can I send to Grenada? What items are restricted?
With Send My Bag™ you can travel with almost everything you would normally find in a holiday suitcase, for security and customs reasons however certain items are prohibited, please find these listed below.
A maximum of 1 lithium battery is permitted per shipment (excludes to / from Australia) when it is contained within a working personal electronic device such as a mobile phone. Review our battery policy.
- Aerosols or any other pressurised containers;
- Liquids, Pastes and Gels of any type (including nail varnish and perfume);
- Toner Cartridges;
- Loose Batteries & Power Banks;
- No more than 1 device containing a battery in line with our battery policy;
- Animals and Animal products;
- Firearms and firearm parts, ammunition, explosives, weapons (including imitations and toys of same);
- Flowers and plant products;
- Human remains or ashes;
- Medical samples;
- Items that require a temperature controlled environment;
- Prescription drugs and pharmaceutical products;
- Religious Artefacts
- Foodstuffs, perishable, animal origin and controlled food articles and beverages including, but not limited to: Fruit & vegetables, dairy products (including dried products containing dairy such as protein powder), meat, fish, nuts, seeds, wine, beer, spirits and champagne; or
- Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odour of any kind;
- Valuables and high value items including but not limited to antiques, paintings, jewellery, precious stones and electrical equipment (low value electrical equipment is permitted but sent at the owner's risk);
- Cash or other forms of tradeable currency;
- Credit cards;
- Passports or other confidential personal documentation;
- Irreplaceable items;
- Other Dangerous / hazardous goods;
- Counterfeit goods;
- Other illegal or restricted goods.
More information is available under section 11 of our terms of service.
In addition to the above when sending to Grenada we prohibit the sending of:
- Gambling devices;
- Playing cards.
Items excluded from cover
The following items will be accepted but are sent at your risk and are not included under complimentary cover:
- Electrical Items, including but not limited to; Tablets, Mobile Phones, Computers, Hi-Fis, TVs.
- Glass & Porcelain.
- Any other non standard excess baggage items.
If you choose to send any of the above please ensure you package the item appropriately, for example a TV inside a suitcase is not appropriate.