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Money: XCD
English (official),
French patois
Time Zone:
GMT -4 hours
Mon 13:04:42
Phone Code: +1473
Catholic 53%,
Anglican 13.8%
Electricity: 230V
Grenada Scuba Destination Info:
      Overall summary of Grenada
Grenada has to one of the friendliest places I have visited to date! The people are warm and funny, and love to see visitors to their shores - they are proud of their country and rightly so. The tourist area is in the south east, not too far from the capital, St. Georges, which is a nice place to visit. The market is worth a tour, and you cannot leave Grenada without some of their world famous spices. We always felt safe and welcome, and did not encounter any hostility. The only thing to watch out for is the traders on the street when the cruise boats are in - they hound you until you tell them you are not a cruise passenger, then they back off a bit. But it is never hostile.

On the other end of the island, the locals have 'Fish Friday' - a night market with fish and seafood of all kinds being sold on the streets in every variety imaginable, from fish pizza, fish kebabs, stir frys, and of course freshly cooked lobster. This is well worth a visit. It is lively, and a real look at how the Grenadians love life and good food!

The island is beautiful in it's own right - very green and lush. It has lots of tropical forest areas to explore by jeep, coach or by taxi if you wish. The natural sulphur springs are definetely worth a visit.

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      What's the diving like in Grenada
My husband and I did about 30 dives between us over a 3 week period on Grenada, and found it to be the best diving we have done in the Carribean so far.

For beginners, the reefs are OK - very much like other areas we have dived in the Carribean (Dom Rep and Mexico). You see the usual array of fish life, but we did encounter more turtles than in other areas.

For more experienced divers, if the weather is favourable it is worth heading out into the Atlantic. This is where you will find the really good wrecks and the bigger fishlife. Although Grenada is famous for the Bianca C, we found the King Mitch and some of the others in the Atlantic to be better dives. We encountered large turtles, Eagle rays, sting rays and loads of nurse sharks out there. The Shakem also harbours a lovely pink seahorse! Take the camera!

The dive centre we used in Grenada was very professional and friendly, and I had the impression that they are all good in the area.

      Best wreck dives in Grenada
The Bianca C is a sunken cruise liner that exploded and went down in 1983. It's the largest wreck in the Caribbean, but I think they only let advanced divers or above do this one because of the depth. There was quite a current, and we did a negative entry to a maximum depth of 44 metres (decompression dive). Very dark and spooky down there and we had a surreal experience swimming in the on-deck swimming pool, 42 metres down. A Really good dive!
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Grenada: The Spice Isle. Forget about the spices this is all about the wrecks. Having dived extensively throughout the Caribbean I though I knew about diving in this part of the World until we hit Grenada. This has to be one of the best wreck di...
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King Mitch Wreck
A potentially challenging dive with a maximum depth of thirty six metres, and often in quite a strong current, the advantage of these conditions being that it often attracts lots of life hiding from the current. I dived this site just before Christm...
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