Flamingo Bay Snorkeling

The 3rd most popular snorkel dive spot in Grenada.

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North of St Georges near Molinere on the west coast of Grenada, the snorkeling at Flamingo Bay is a favorite dive site. The Flamingo Bay dive site is located in the Grenada Marine Protected Area. The water depth is typically about 20 feet deep and ranges from 10 to 30 feet. During a Flamingo Bay snorkeling dive, you may encounter sergeant majors, trumpetfish, spotted drums, yellowtail snapper, blue tangs, sea horses, jawfish, octopus and hawksbill turtles in this coral garden habitat of sea plumes and sponges. This dive site is located about 2.75 miles north of St Georges.

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, Flamingo Bay is the 3rd most popular snorkel dive spot of all 6 snorkeling dives in Grenada.


Local Contact(s):  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.

Recommended Book:  "The Ultimate Snorkeling Book" from Wes Burgess

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  Flamboyant Hotel (473) 444-4247

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

Reference Source:  click here http://divegrenada.com/

Article Source:   Best Flamingo Bay Snorkeling Review https://www.snorkelingdives.com/?id=24460

GPS:  12.091558, -61.756689

Date Published:  12/28/2011

Date Updated:  2/27/2019

ID:  24460

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