Known as the top wreck diving destination in the Caribbean there are more than 15 wrecks available to divers within each reach of Grand Anse. Additionally, you'll find a Marine Protected Area alive with sting rays, manta rays, and seahorses as well as an underwater sculpture park.
You'll find 4 dive operators and at least 8 interesting dive sites in the area.
If you're ready to dive, you might want to check with Dive Grenada Scuba Centre. Dive Grenada specializes in small group dives of up to only six divers at once. They offer transportation to and from your hotel as long as you are staying within Grand Anse Beach and transfer service for cruise ship passengers planning to dive. They are located in Grand Anse.
Another option is Devotion 2 Ocean. The most comprehensive watersports facility on the island, D2O is also the only 5 Star Instructor Development Center. The facility's prime location puts guests just moments from some of the top dive sites around. You can reach them at (473) 444-3483.
A third option is Native Spirit Scuba. The first and only Grenadian owned and operated scuba center on the island, this is a small company with a focus on small boat dives and personalized service. The owner is Adrian Blackman who is the most highly skilled and recognized PADI diver on the island. They're found within the heart of Grand Anse.
Check out the table below for a list of area dive operators.
|(473) 444-1127||Central Grand Anse|
|Devotion 2 Ocean||(473) 444-3483||Central Grand Anse|
|Dive Grenada Scuba Centre||(473) 444-1092||0.6 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grand Anse|
|Native Spirit Scuba||(473) 439-7013||Central Grand Anse|
The table just below enables you to learn a few details concerning some of the area's better-known dive sites.
For more information about snorkeling, including suggestions and helpful tips for both experienced divers and beginners, check out our detailed guide to scuba diving in the Caribbean.
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