Best Underwater Scuplture Park Snorkeling

The 2nd most popular snorkel dive spot in Grenada.



  February 27, 2019

North of St Georges on the west coast of Grenada, the snorkeling at the Grenada Underwater Scuplture Park is popular with tourists and locals alike. The Underwater Scuplture Park has 65 concrete-and-rebar scuplted life-size figures. These figures and still lifes were crafted by artist Jason de Caires Taylor. The water depth ranges from 10 feet to 30 feet deep. This dive site is located about 2 miles northwest of Mt Gay.

The park is maintained by the Grenada Underwater Sculpture Management Inc (GUSMI) which is a non-profit, volenteer-based organization endorsed by the Grenada Board Of Tourism. This dive site is mainly accessed by boat. There are snorkeling tours regularly from Grand Anse Beach, which is a 10-15 minute boat ride.

To reach the snorkeling on Grenada by air, fly into Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND), which is located on the southwest end of the island relatively close to the Grenada Marine Protected Area.

Note, there is an Grenada Marine Protected Area usage fee of $2.25 per person per day.

Overall, Underwater Scuplture Park is the 2nd most popular snorkel dive spot of all 6 snorkeling dives in Grenada.

Local Contacts:  Grenada Tourism (473) 440-2279; Dive Grenada (473) 444-1092; Aquanauts Grenada (473) 444-1126; Eco Dive (473) 444-7777; Deefer Diving (473) 443-7882; DIve Grenada Centre (473) 444-1092.

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  Flamboyant Hotel (473) 444-4247

Luxury Loding:  True Blue Bay Resort (473) 443-8783

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  12.083198, -61.763337

Date Published:  12/28/2011

Date Updated:  2/27/2019

ID:  24458

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