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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

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Dragon Bay

Dragon Bay

Located on Grenada |

Located within a sheltered bay in Grenada’s Marine Protected Area this dive is ideal for divers of all levels. A series of sand channels guide you down northwards and outwards over to a sloping reef.

Fisherman’s Paradise

Fisherman’s Paradise

Located on Grenada |

This dive is located off of Point Salines where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. The currents can be strong and as such the diving is limited to certain times of the month and more suited to advanced divers.

Flamingo Bay

Flamingo Bay

Located on Grenada |

This dive site is located within the most northern part of Grenada’s Marine Protected Area and is one of the top sites on the island.

Grand Mal Reef

Grand Mal Reef

Located on Grenada |

This reef dive within the protective bay of Grand Mal allows divers to explore an interesting series of pinnacles and Pillar corals. It is a popular spot for Southern Stingray.

King Mitch

King Mitch

Located on Grenada |

The second of our Atlantic wrecks, this dive is world-class. This converted minesweeper lies on her side in 110 feet of water and offers a host of holds, ladders and walkways for exploration.

MV Persia II

MV Persia II

Located on Grenada |

35 meters beneath the surface of Grenada’s Southern coast sits the MV Persia II. This recent addition to Grenada’s list of wreck sites is expected to be a new habitat for marine life and a sought after attraction for divers.

Rose Wreck

Rose Wreck

Located on Carriacou |

An artificial wreck, the Rose sits neatly on a sand bed. Giant lobsters are normally found inside the hold while green moray eels hide in the mast. Surrounding the wreck are lots of stingray, porcupine fish and more.