Found near Venezuela and on the border between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Grenada and its little sisters Carriacou and and Petite Martinique offer some of the best diving in the region. Amazing shipwrecks, colorful reefs and exciting drifts create a diver’s wonderland.
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Grenada Sea Life
A variety of hard and soft corals, sponges and fans cover most of the island’s dive sites. Surrounding the wrecks, it is common to see beautiful and bright orange cup coral.
On deeper dives and on many of the drift dives, you have a good chance of spotting stingrays, barracuda sea turtles, barracuda, eagle rays and nurse sharks. During reef dives, purple Creole wrasse populate the waters along with octopus, moray eels and lizardfish. In the shallows, you might find a frogfish or an elusive black seahorse lurking about.
How to Get There
International flights originating in North America, South America and Europe arrive and depart from Maurice Bishop International Airport on Grenada. Regional flights also use the same airport.
Getting around the island is easily accomplished by bus, rental car or taxi.
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