Scuba Diving in Grenada

Grenada is home to the largest shipwreck in the entire Caribbean, the Bianca C, a 600-foot-long luxury liner. Grenada has such an incredible allotment of shipwrecks that you could spend all of your time diving them without missing a beat. Of course, there’s plenty more to see while scuba diving in Grenada, such as reefs teeming with aquatic life, abundant oceanic ecosystems, and larger-than-life walls. The shipwrecks, deep sea ecosystem, and scuba diving resorts make Grenada a great scuba diving and vacation destination.

Scuba Diving Resorts in Grenada

Coyaba Beach Resort

Like most of the hotels and SCUBA resorts on Grenada, Coyaba Beach Resort is located on the southern end of the island overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The rooms are exceptionally clean and comfortable. There are two restaurants in the resort for guests to choose from. The Arawakabana restaurant serves breakfast and dinner (dress code is elegantly casual) while the Carbet offers open air poolside dining (no dress code). The food was good and there was plenty of it!

True Blue Resort

True Blue Bay Resort is the perfect place to have your Caribbean scuba diving trip. Commanding an exquisite view of the South Coast of Grenada where the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, this special Caribbean boutique scuba resort is set among tropical gardens sloping down to the sparkling blue waters of True Blue Bay.

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