Destination Overview:
Grenada, known as the “Island of Spice,” is a Caribbean gem that beckons divers with its enticing underwater wonders. Immerse yourself in vibrant coral reefs, explore fascinating wreck dives, and encounter diverse marine life. The island’s rich history, charming culture, and beautiful beaches complement the exhilarating diving experience. Grenada’s spice-scented air and warm Caribbean waters create an unforgettable diving adventure. Come and dive into the heart of the Spice Island for an extraordinary aquatic escapade. 

Diving Details:
Diving in Grenada unveils a world of underwater splendor. The island offers diverse dive sites with depths ranging from 30 to 120 feet (9 to 37 meters). Water temperatures hover around a pleasant 79-84°F (26-29°C) year-round, ensuring a comfortable diving experience. With outstanding visibility often exceeding 100 feet (30 meters), divers can marvel at intricate coral formations, vibrant marine life, and numerous wreck dives. Grenada’s clear waters and ideal diving conditions make it a top choice for both seasoned divers and those seeking to explore the beauty of the Caribbean sea. 

Insider Information:
One fascinating fact about Grenada is its nickname, the “Spice Isle.” This nickname is well-deserved as Grenada is one of the world’s largest exporters of spices, particularly nutmeg and mace. The island’s volcanic soil and tropical climate create ideal conditions for growing a variety of spices. The aroma of spices often fills the air, making a visit to Grenada a delightful olfactory experience, and spice tours are a popular activity where visitors can learn about the cultivation and processing of these aromatic treasures. 

Dive Operators

Dive Sites

At Aquanauts Grenada, we love our island and the ocean that surrounds it. Diving in Grenada provides endless enjoyment for every type of diver. We have amazing shallow reefs full of colorful hard and soft corals, fabulous deep reefs with currents for a great drift dive, and we are the wreck capital of the Caribbean.


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Non-Diving Activities

Spa and Wellness

Rejuvenate your senses at the on-site spa offering massages, facials, and other wellness treatments in a tranquil and serene setting. 

Yoga and Fitness 

Engage in yoga classes or maintain your fitness routine at the resort’s fitness center with modern equipment and expert trainers. 

Cooking Classes

Immerse yourself in Grenadian culture by participating in cooking classes, where you can learn to prepare traditional Caribbean dishes. 

Island Tours

Explore the beauty of Grenada with guided island tours that showcase the island’s natural wonders, historic sites, and vibrant local culture. 

Water Activities

Engage in various water sports such as kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, or snorkeling to explore the marine life and beautiful coastline. 

Beach Relaxation 

Simply unwind and soak up the sun on the beautiful beaches near the resort, offering a peaceful and idyllic setting for relaxation. 

Live Music and Entertainment

Enjoy live music performances and entertainment organized by the resort, providing a taste of Grenada’s vibrant musical scene. 

Craft Workshops

Take part in craft workshops to learn about local art and crafts, giving you a chance to create your own souvenirs. 

Garden and Nature Walks

Stroll through the lush gardens surrounding the resort, appreciating the beautiful flora and fauna that Grenada has to offer. 

Culinary Experiences

Indulge in themed dinners, wine tastings, or cocktail-making classes for a delightful gastronomic adventure. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Grenada, often called the “Spice Isle,” is a picturesque island nation located in the Caribbean. It is situated in the southeastern part of the Caribbean Sea, south of the Windward Islands. Its coordinates are approximately 12.1165° N latitude and 61.679° W longitude. 

Flight Duration to Grenada: 

The flight duration to Grenada largely depends on your departure location and the number of layovers. For instance: 

Direct flights from major cities in the United States (e.g., New York, Miami) can take around 4 to 5 hours. 

Flights from European cities typically take longer, averaging about 9 to 12 hours or more. 

Connecting flights from other Caribbean islands might take approximately 2 to 3 hours, including layover time. 

It’s advisable to check with airlines for the most accurate and up-to-date flight schedules and durations. 

Passport and Entry Requirements: 

Travelers visiting Grenada must possess a valid passport. 

The passport should have at least six months’ validity beyond your planned departure date from Grenada. 

Many nationalities can enter Grenada for tourism purposes without needing a visa for a specified period. The length of stay allowed can vary, so it’s important to check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality before traveling. 

Travelers are often required to show proof of return or onward ticket and proof of sufficient funds for their stay in Grenada. 

For the most accurate and up-to-date entry requirements, travelers should contact the nearest Grenadian embassy or consulate or refer to the official government website of Grenada. 

Grenada’s official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD). However, the United States Dollar (USD) is widely accepted and sometimes preferred, especially in tourist areas, hotels, and larger establishments. 

The primary and official language spoken in Grenada is English. You’ll find that English is used for communication, signage, business, and education throughout the island. 

Yes, a valid passport is required for entry into Grenada. Ensure that your passport has at least six months’ validity beyond your planned departure date to meet entry requirements. 

Travelers to Grenada should consult with their healthcare provider for recommended and routine vaccinations before traveling. Commonly advised vaccinations may include Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and routine shots. 

Grenada operates on a standard voltage of 230V at a frequency of 50Hz. The power plugs and sockets used are of type G, so if your appliances’ plugs differ, you may need a travel adapter. 

Luggage restrictions vary depending on the airline, class of travel, and ticket type. It’s advisable to check with the airline you’re flying with to get detailed and updated baggage allowances for your specific flight. 

Many hotels and resorts in Grenada offer airport transfer services to their guests. It’s a good idea to coordinate with your accommodation in advance to arrange for airport pick-up for a smooth transition upon arrival. 

Grenada is a renowned diving destination, offering a diverse underwater world. You can explore vibrant coral reefs, fascinating wrecks like the Bianca C, and encounter a rich array of marine life. The warm Caribbean waters, good visibility (often exceeding 100 feet), and a range of dive sites suitable for various skill levels make it an attractive choice for scuba diving enthusiasts. Grenada is also famous for its Underwater Sculpture Park, adding a unique and artistic dimension to its diving experiences. 

For diving in Grenada, the recommended wetsuit thickness typically ranges between 3mm to 5mm. The water temperature in Grenada usually hovers around 79°F to 84°F (26°C to 29°C) throughout the year. Here’s a breakdown based on the wetsuit thickness: 

3mm Wetsuit: 

Ideal for warmer periods when the water is at its warmest, usually in the summer months or for individuals who tend to feel less cold. It provides some protection and buoyancy without causing overheating. 

5mm Wetsuit: 

Suitable for slightly cooler waters or if you plan to do more extended or multiple dives in a day. It offers better insulation and can keep you comfortable in varying temperatures. 

It’s essential to consider your personal preference, tolerance to cold, and the specific dive site conditions when choosing the wetsuit thickness. Some divers might opt for a full-length wetsuit for better coverage and warmth, while others may prefer a shorty or spring suit for increased mobility in warmer waters. Always prioritize comfort and safety when selecting your wetsuit for diving in Grenada. 

Local Dive Sites: 

For dive sites located closer to the dive shop or resort, boat rides can range from approximately 10 to 30 minutes. 

Distant Dive Sites or Special Trips: 

If you’re heading to more distant or specialized dive sites, the boat rides may take longer, sometimes up to 45 minutes to an hour or more. 

Multiple Dive Sites: 

If you’re planning a day with multiple dive sessions, the boat rides between different dive sites may vary in duration depending on the locations. 

It’s important to note that dive operators and dive shops will provide you with specific information about boat ride durations for each dive trip or package you choose. Factors such as weather conditions, sea currents, and the type of boat being used can also impact the length of the boat rides. 

For the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding boat ride durations for specific dive sites or trips in Grenada, it’s recommended to inquire directly with the dive operator or the dive shop you plan to dive with. 

Most dive operators offer either a one-tank or two-tank morning dive, followed by an afternoon dive. Night dives are typically scheduled once or twice a week. 

Airfare, travel insurance, dive insurance, upgrade to all inclusive (meals and drinks inc alcohol) 

E-tickets and vouchers are sent approximately 3 weeks prior to your departure.