f you prefer to have a quieter day you can sunbathe on our secluded beach and enjoy the simple pleasures that the Caribbean Sea brings to your feet.
Gem nights are just as fun filled and action packed as the day; from surf side dining, darts and billiards to limbo and the tantalizing rhythm of steel pan music, you will never want to depart this Caribbean paradise.
Swimimming is delicious - sparking water, white sands and green hills all around.
Sea grape tress and Almond provide shady escapes from the sun. Brilliant rainbows frequently spill into the clear sparkling clear waters.
Grenada is excited that it is the No.1 spot in the Caribbean for wreck diving, in July 2007 three additional ships were sunk to form artificial reefs,
this brings the total to fifteen awesome wreck sites. They vary in depth from 10 – 50m, so we have something for the novice as well as for the more
experienced diver. These wrecks are in excellent condition, supporting an abundance of marine life and offering stunning photo opportunities.
One of our more famous wrecks, Bianca C, is known as the ‘Titanic of the Caribbean’ this 600’cruise ship sank in 1961 and offers a truly breathtaking dive.
This fantastic collection of wrecks compliments our beautiful pristine reefs that we enjoy here in Grenada. In total we have 25+ dive sites with the
majority just 10 minutes away from the Dive Center. The marine life on the reefs is outstanding and the sighting of Hawksbill Turtles are always a
One of our more unique diver attractions is the ’Underwater Sculpture Park’ this sits in our Marine Protected Area and depicts Grenada’s rich history and
folklore. The English Sculptor Jason Taylor sourced all his materials locally to produce these works of art and has achieved worldwide acclaim for these
very diverse creations.
Grenada is proud to be called the ‘Wreck Diving Capital of the Caribbean’ with this, its superb coral reefs and the Underwater Sculpture Park we are the ‘hot’ all year round destination for divers.