Vibrant coral reefs, plankton-rich offshore currents and amazing topography places Grenada’s reefs at the top of the list for reef diving. Large pelagic life – including eagle rays, and resident nurse sharks; along with migrating manta rays and grazing sea turtles are all common – making our dives an experience you don’t want to miss!
Grenada, often referred to as the Wreck Capital of the Caribbean, is home to over 15 wrecks – featuring the ‘MV Bianca C’, the largest shipwreck in the region and one of the Caribbean’s premier dive locations. Don’t miss your opportunity to experience our wreck diving!
We had such a great experience at Eco Dive Grenada with Wayne as our divemaster and Aidan as his second in command. The whole crew was so well organized and... read more made everything a breeze, and we felt really taken care of. The dives were gorgeous - we did the Veronica L wreck and Flamingo Bay. The best dive experience of our trip to the Caribbean!
QueenMab85 March 5, 2023
Great experience with Eco Dive - Eco Dive provided us with great service and life time memory.
We had excellent communication via their website where we booked our snorkel tour and everything went smooth, just as... read more they described.
For a single price they offer snorkeling on two sites: Underwater Sculptures and at the coral reef.
Eco Dive is located on a stunning Grand Anse beach, so I suggest arriving earlier to have some time there.
My wife and daughter put a mask and fins for the first time in their life, were pretty afraid in the beginning, but in the end had a great time thanking me I made them do that.
B1714D February 17, 2023
We had a great experience on the one tank dive and snorkel tour. We dove Flamingo Bay first and saw so many beautiful colorful wildlife. Our guide made it fun... read more and took care to show us as much variety as possible. During the snorkeling tour of Sculpture Park the guide was careful to show us all the sculptures with a brief history of each. Trip was well organized and fun. Visibility was great!! If you are there in January, I recommend using a wetsuit.
The water seemed extra salty so take care not to drink in!
kshupe98 January 24, 2023
Great dive operation catering equally well to new and experienced divers. Friendly and helpful crew. Would recommend them in a heartbeat.
Glenn T January 15, 2023
Learned a lot and had a great time - Friendly knowledgeable staff is just the beginning. I had an amazing experience learning how to scuba dive with the staff at Eco Dive. They make learning easy, fun and most... read more importantly safe. If you are on the island and want to scuba dive or want to learn, do yourself a favour and stop by - you will not be disappointed
scottconnolly1983 January 11, 2023
Looking back over 2022, I'm still buzzing at my memories of diving with Eco Dive during November. From the first pool refresher (it had been 4 years since I'd last... read more dived anywhere) to the last boat dive, the friendly and knowledgeable Eco Dive folks were a joy to dive with. Ten wonderfully varied and well guided diving trips, thanks to their perfect balance of safety, dive site insight, flexibility and fun. There were so many highlights from the various reef, wreck and drift dives I won't be able to cover them all here.
A great range of sea life encountered close up, including eagle rays, frogfish, seahorse, nudibranch, moray eel, pufferfish, porcupinefish, scorpionfish, barracuda, butterflyfish, parrotfish...and so many other species.
Even the smallest wrecks were rich with life and fun to explore; whilst the "art + nature" of the underwater sculptures in the marine park were striking to see and swim around.
Many, many thanks to all Christine's fab Eco Dive crew: Nolene, Chad, Dirk, Wayne, Emily, Keone. Hansel, Ron, Albert (our boat captain and sculpture park snorkeling guide), and especially Ashley Cota, who led all but two of my dives, certified me for Enriched Air, and incidentally also produces gorgeous marine themed jewellery!
One particularly memorable highlight for me was a deep dive with Ashley, Ron and Keone along the 180m length of the looming & imposing MV Bianca C. (during which we were also treated to a large spotted eagle ray that passed spectrally around us a couple of times). Marking the dive as even more special personally was the spooky coincidence that both Bianca C and I have been wrecks for exactly the same 61 years, as it sank in the same month I was born!
Hoping I get to return to Grenada soon for more Eco Dive adventures, before Bianca C's and my wreck-age gets too advanced!