Have the following items in a folder and keep them in your carry-on luggage or on your person. Do not put these items in your checked luggage. During heavy travel periods your luggage may take a detour and can arrive several days late. Additionally, for those traveling to Grenada by air, many of these items are required at check-in for your flight:
Without a receipt, valuation is at the discretion of the customs agent. Rates are 5% on books, 5% on computers, and 40–60% on most other items. Items that must be declared and that are usually taxed are electronics and computers. Items like clothes and books are usually not taxed when brought in your luggage, although they often are taxed if mailed.
Duties must be paid upon entry to the country and can be paid by credit card as long as the machine works. To be certain you don’t have to wait for your items, make sure you have enough cash-on-hand (US dollars are accepted) to make payment.