In the waters that surround Saint George's, tourists will encounter a unique underwater sculpture park, artificial reefs, natural reefs, and one of the largest collection of shipwrecks in the region. All of these sites are waiting to be explored by every skill level of diver.
You'll find 3 dive operators and at least 6 good dive sites to choose from.
If you want to go diving, you should consider Eco Dive & Trek. Along with PADI certification courses, Eco Dive hosts daily single and two tank dives. Some of their best dives take guests out to Bianca Wreck, King Mitch Wreck and Veronica Wreck where divers get to see a wide range of marine life as well as coral formations and underwater shipwrecks. They are located in Saint George's.
Another 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. You can reach them at (473) 439-7013.
Check out the following chart for information concerning dive service operators.
|(473) 444-1127||Grand Anse, 2.2 mi. South-Southwest of Central Saint George's|
|Eco Dive & Trek||(473) 444-7777||0.5 mi. South-Southeast of Downtown St. George|
|Native Spirit Scuba||(473) 439-7013||Grand Anse, 2.1 mi. South-Southwest of Central Saint George's|
Some information concerning some of the area's dive sites can be seen in this table:
To learn more concerning snorkeling, including helpful suggestions and tips for both experienced divers and beginners, check out this extensive guide to diving in the Caribbean.
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