Our underwater treasures and marine life will fascinate any level of diver. A unique array of reefs, walls and ship wrecks in the blue green waters surround both Grenada and Carriacou.
With more than 30 sites, your Spice Experience can take you into the colour and magic of marine life. Visibility can range from 30 to 100 feet. The reefs, walls and wrecks are among the best in the region. The largest ship wreck in the Caribbean Sea, The Bianca C, burned and sank just outside the St. George’ Harbour in 1961. This Italian luxury liner is encrusted with corals and is not only the largest but is considered the prize site in the Caribbean
Carriacou is great for diving all year round. The island’s indigenous name is translated as ‘isle of reefs’, an ode to the beautiful and diverse reef systems sprinkled around the island, attracting divers from around the world. Eagle rays, nurse sharks, diverse fish species, eels and turtles are common exciting sights, but the stars are the healthy colorful reefs such as Elkhorn and Staghorn. Most of the over 25 dive sites in Carriacou are just short boat rides away from the island’s golden sandy beaches and are ideally suited to divers of all levels and ages.