Diving Overview for Grenada
Grenada is a lush Caribbean island with a variety of dive sites from walls to wrecks and even an underwater volcano!
One of the world's top wreck dives, the Bianca C, is a popular attraction. This 600-ft cruise ship sank in 1961 is now a living wreck covered in coral and sponges and visited by schools of baracuda and spotted eagle rays.
Moliniere Reef is great site for all divers sitting just below the surface in some parts making it popular with snorkellers as well as divers. For the more advanced, there are 2 wrecks making for good diving further out in the bay. In 2006, artist Jason Taylor created the first underwater sculptures, unfortunately some of these have been damaged but are still well worth a look! For keen underwater photographers, Flamingo Bay is full of colourful fish and if you're lucky you may even spot a black sea horse!
Granada is a beautiful island with a wonderful relaxing environment, sandy beaches and clear waters. You can see plenty of tropical fish including large schools of barracuda, angel fish, colourful butterfly species, rays and the occasional larger pelagic passing by.
Most of the dive centres are based in the south of Granada and dive sites, with the exception of Isle de Rhonde, are only a short boat journey away. Diving is possibile all year round, with water temperatures of 26°C in winter warming up to 29°C in July. Visibility is generally good ranging from 10 to 30m.
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