Tuesday, January 30, 2007

World Cup Cricket 2007: Special Visa from Granada

Granada’s Parliament has decided to offer special visa for the cricket fans in World Cup Cricket 2007. This way many people will get opportunity to visit Granada. It will increase tourism income of Granada.

International Herald Tribune reported:

The special bill was established by the 15-nation Caribbean Community to facilitate travel at border checkpoints in the nine countries hosting play. Grenada will host second-round Super Eight matches.

Grenadian legislators also passed a bill making it mandatory for the captain of a ship or aircraft to send advance passenger information to immigration authorities before arrival on the island. Details will include passenger names, gender, date of birth and nationality.

It is the first time for the Caribbean as a host of the World Cup.