Dive Guide for Grenada
Known as the “Island of Spice” and “Shipwreck Capital of the Caribbean”, Grenada offers some of the best diving in the region. With amazing shipwrecks, colorful reefs, exciting drift dives and underwater sculpture parks, Grenada has some of the most unique dive sites in the Caribbean.
Grenada offers an extensive collection of ‘novice-friendly’ wrecks for divers to explore that sit in shallow to medium depths. Advanced divers can also explore the Bianca C". The 600 foot cruise liner is known as the largest wreck in the Caribbean and sits between 90 and 167 feet.
The Molinere Underwater Sculpture Park is a unique underwater art gallery located off the coast of Grenada. The sculpture park was created by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor in 2006 and features a collection of more than 65 life-sized sculptures, which are made from materials that promote the growth of coral and other marine organisms. The sculptures were designed to be submerged in shallow water, making them accessible to snorkelers and divers of all levels.
Grenada Dive Sites
Types of dives in GrenadaBoat Salt water Wall Drift Deep (80ft/24.5m) Wreck Current Shore Surge Snorkel site Waves
When to dive in Grenada
The best time to dive in Grenada is generally between the months of December and April, which is the dry season. During this period, the weather is typically more stable, with calmer seas and better visibility underwater. The water temperature ranges from 26°C to 29°C (79°F to 85°F), making it comfortable for diving without the need for a wetsuit.