More than 25 sites surround Carriacou that range from reefs to wrecks and can satisfy all levels of divers. Underneath the water's surface you'll encounter more than 400 different species of marine life, finding it easy to do so with one of the many dive centers that make their home on the island.
You'll find dive services dive services, a dive shop, and a small number of dive sites to choose from.
The dive shop worth looking into can be seen here:
|Deefer Diving Carriacou||Dive Shop//12577||(473) 443-7882||Hillsborough, Central Carriacou||Carriacou|
If you're ready to go diving, you might want to check with Lumbadive. Lumbadive has a staff that speaks both French and English, as well as functional Spanish, Italian, and German making it easy for guests who speak any of those languages to understand their training all the easier. This center offers PADI training beginning with Skin Diver for those only interested in learning about snorkeling, to Discover Scuba for beginners, and all the way up through Dive Master and Emergency First Responder. They are found within southwestern Carriacou.
Another good option is Arawak Divers. With Arawak you have access to over 25 dive sites and a highly-trained PADI instructor to guide you to each location. They do not operate on a fixed schedule, rather, they plan each trip according to the needs of their guides, never finishing a dive until all of the oxygen tank has been used (not including the safety reserves). You can call them at (473) 443-6906.
The table below enables you to learn some key facts regarding area dive operators.
|Arawak Divers||(473) 443-6906||Hillsborough, Central Carriacou|
|Lumbadive||(473) 443-8566||3.0 mi. South West of Central Hillsborough|
Check the table just below for a few details regarding some of the area's major dive sites.
|Advanced Open Water / CMAS **||100.1||12.4855447445||-61.4939022064|
To learn more concerning snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for both experienced divers and beginners, read this extensive guide to diving in the Caribbean.
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