Ph. (473) 444-1126
Fax. (473) 444-1127
Aquanauts dive center is conveniently located on the
south coast with its dive dock and just few minutes
boat ride to Grenada's ship wrecks and beautiful reefs.
At Aquanauts we take pride in personal and professional
service, no guest has to carry tanks, Nitrox is free
and gear is loaded and rinsed by our team.
PO Box 771
Grenada, West Indies
Tel. (473) 444 1092
Fax. (473) 444 5875
Grenada is proud to be a PADI Gold Palm and BSAC Resort
Center, we are a flexible, small and friendly dive shop
that likes to give a very personal service to all of
its customers. We are based on the golden sands of the
famous Grand Anse beach with the majority of dive sites
only 10 minutes away.
Eco Dive & Trek
Coyaba Beach Resort
Tel: (473) 444 - 7777
Fax: (473) 444 - 1046
PADI 5-Star Training Center with friendly, professional
staff and run by Grenadian and Canadian Marine Biologists.
We are ideally located on Grand Anse Beach just minutes
away from some of the Caribbean's best diving! Highlights
include the 'Titanic of the Caribbean' the Bianca C,
an Underwater Sculpture Park, wall, shark, wreck and
reef dives. Free Nitrox for all certified divers and
training available daily.
Number of Dive Boats: 2
Maximum Number of Divers: 25
Number of Tanks per Day: 3
Rental Gear Available: Aqualung, ScubaPro, Suunto, integrated
or belt design
Type of Diving: Shipwreck Capitol of the Eastern Caribbean
Nitrox Available: Yes, house mix 30% FREE
Total Dive Sites: 40
Minimum time to divesites/mins: 2
Maximum time to dive site/mins: 30
Training Agency: PADI
Courses Offered: seal team to Divemaster, plus Specialty
Flamboyant Hotel & Villas
P.O. Box 214
Grenada, West Indies
Warmed by the bright Caribbean sun and genuine Grenadian
Hospitality, the Flamboyant Hotel offers an ideal vacation
destination. Enjoy fine meals and sumptuous buffets
in our open-air dining room, and snacks and barbecues
at our beachside cabana, just steps from the water.
Diving is offered through Dive Grenada.
Green Roof Inn, Carriacou
Tel. +1 473 443 6399
Number of Rooms: 7
Check In Time: 2 PM
Check Out Time: 12 noon
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Address: http://www.greenroofinn.com
Charming small hotel with fabulous ocean views and an
open restaurant/bar on the second floor veranda. Rooms
& Cottages & Bungalow accommodations. For scuba
diving we recommend Deefer Diving, located beachfront
right in Hillsborough with convenient access within
walking distance from Green Roof Inn. This PADI 5* Gold
Palm IDC center.
Grenada Grand Beach Resort
Grand Anse Beach, Grand Anse, St. George's, Grenada,
We offer deluxe rooms and you can enjoy the freedom
of wireless high-speed internet access throughout the
Resort. Relax in the 300ft Fantasy Pool with twin waterfalls
and whirlpools set amongst lush tropical beach-side
gardens with towering Banana trees. Enjoy an evening
drink at the Sunset Beach Bar or International and Local
cuisine at the Tradewinds Restaurant.
Roydon's Guest House & Apartments
P.O Box 1404
Tel.: (473) 444-4476
Roydon's Guest House is convenient for both relaxing
vacations and business trips. It is situated only three
minutes walking time from the world famous Grand Anse
Beach, and ten minutes bus ride into the town of St
George's. Nearby one can find a golf course, a tennis
court and Grand Anse Shopping Center. Water sports,
car rentals/hire and tours can be easily arranged.
L'Anse aux Epines
Grenada - West Indies
Tel. (473) 439 4346
Fax. (473) 444 5050
PADI and TDI Dive Center. Diving with ScubaTech means:
high quality individual service, friendly staff, small
groups, safety and fun - the best ingredients for a
perfect dive holiday. Scubatech is simply your best
choice for scuba diving Grenada. Private jetty guarantees
you easy access to the dive boat at all times. No walking
through the water with all your dive gear, just hop
on the boat. Your equipment is already there and you
are ready to go diving!
small nation consists of three islands: Grenada, Carriacou
(pronounced Carry-a KOO), and Petite Martinique (pronounced
Pitty Mar-ti-NEEK). Grenada is by far the largest of
the three, with a width of twelve miles (18 km) and
a length of twenty-one miles (34 km). Its 133 square
miles are mountainous, volcanic terrain, reaching heights
of over 2,750 feet atop Mount St. Catherine.
known as "The Spice of the Caribbean" is a
beautiful rolling and mountainous island abounding in
tropical flowers and spices. Friendly people populate
the picturesque tows that dot the island. Dozens of
sandy beaches and quiet, secluded coves border the island
providing a getaway from the hustle of the real world.
smaller sister island, Carriacou, is hilly but not mountainous.
With smoother terrain, Carriacou is an ideal destination
for walking. It possesses fine sand beaches and natural
harbours, as well as excellent views of the northern
Martinique, the third and smallest island in the state,
consists of little more than the tip of a volcanic cone
poking through the water. It lies 2.5 miles off the
northeast coast of Carriacou. It is only now being developed
abound on Grenada. From hiking to horseback riding,
golf to tennis, and of course diving and snorkeling.
Scuba Diving Travel and AccommodationsThe underwater
scenery in Grenada is every bit as breathtaking as it
is above the waves, and just as accessable. Most of
the diving facilities in Grenada are located in the
south of the island, and most of the dives sites are
within 15 minutes of the Grand Anse Beach.
diving in Grenada is some of the best in the Caribbean,
and boasts the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean as
well as an underwater volcano!
lazy drift dives over coral gardens to an eerie and
challenging exploration of the wrecks of the Bianca
C, these waters are captivating more and more visitors
has at least 30 dive sites including, reefs, wrecks
and walls most within 15-20 minutes from the dive shops.
Sites vary from 20 feet/ 8 meters to 120 feet/ 40 meters.
Climate Annual Average 80F 26C
Water Temp 80 - 84F 27 -29C
Visibility 60 - 100 ft 18 -30 m
serving Point Salines Internatinal Airport, which is
open daily 5:00 AM - 11:00 PM
PADI 5 STAR Gold Palm Resort, SDI & TDI facility.
Aquanauts dive center is conveniently located on the south
coast with its dive dock and just few minutes boat ride
to Grenada's ship wrecks and beautiful reefs. At Aquanauts
we take pride in personal and professional service, no
guest has to carry tanks, Nitrox is free and gear is loaded
and rinsed by our team.
In the UK, British
Airways and Virgin
Atlantic service Grenada with weekly direct flights.
from London's Gatwick Airport.
From the U.S., American
Airlines services Grenada with direct flights from
Miami and connections in San Juan. Delta
Air also provides non-stop flights from John F.
Kennedy International Airport in New York to Grenada.
In addition, Caribbean
Airlines also services Grenada with flights to Orlando,
New York and Miami..
In Canada, Air
Canada Vacations operates a weekly service from
Toronto to Grenada during the Winter season (December
to April) with easy connections from Halifax, Montreal
and Ottawa. Year round, Air
Canada operates regularly scheduled flights from
Toronto and Montreal to Barbados and Trinidad respectively,
with connections into Grenada via LIAT.
Airlines provide connections into Grenada's Point
Salines International Airport, from various Caribbean
islands along with connections to International flights
from Antigua, Barbados, St. Lucia and Trinidad.
Airlines provides a twice weekly service from Porlamar,
Margarita into Grenada.
Carriacou's Lauriston Airport is serviced by daily
flights from Grenada and St. Vincent with SVG
A valid passport and return or onward ticket is required
for all visitors. However, proof of citizenship bearing
a photograph is acceptable from British, Canadian and
US citizens. Please note however that as mandated by
the United States Department of Homeland Security, all
US travellers must provide a passport to enter or re-enter
the US from both vacation and business travel. A visa
is not required from citizens of the US, Canada, UK,
British Commonwealth, most Caribbean countries, most
European countries, South Korea, and Japan.
Departure tax is included in your flight.
Once you've arrived, travelling around is just as easy,
with a variety of car rental companies, taxis and buses.
In the capital town of St. George's, there are even
water taxis who will take you across the Carenage, to
the Esplande or even as far as Grand Anse Beach.
Spend some time in Grenada's beautiful sister islands
of Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Daily Ferry services
Lines Ltd. will carry you from Grenada to Carriacou
and Petite Martinique and back all in one day. If you're
in a hurry, travel by air to Carricou with SVG
Air and get there within half an hour.
To obtain a local driving permit, a bona fide driver's
license must be presented at the traffic department
at the Central Police Station on the Carenage. The cost
is EC$30.00. Most car rental firms also issue local
permits. There is a network of approximately 650 miles
of paved roads and most of the main roads are in good
condition. Please note that driving is on the LEFT.
With its lush and mountainous interior, Grenada, "The
Spice of the Caribbean", is being steadily discovered
by nature lovers of all types including hikers, mountain
bikers, birdwatchers and waterfall buffs. Recreational
sports enthusiasts will find the island offers an abundance
of activities and facilities to keep them entertained
- scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking, sailing
and cruising. And for those looking to experience the
true essence and character of Grenada, sightseeing and
historical sites abound as well as unique shops and
From exotic spices to duty-free bargains, shopping in
Grenada offers something of interest for everyone. Offering
a wide assortment of fresh produce, spices and handicrafts,
St. George’s market is the center of island life. Souvenir,
gift and handicraft shops are also prevalent in the
St. George’s district, especially on Young Street and
the Carenage. The best buys in Grenada are batik and
screen printed textiles, locally made handicraft, leather
craft, and wood carvings.
If you like the larger shopping centers, the Grand Anse
Shopping Centre and LeMarquis Complex offer shops, clothing
stores, restaurants and art galleries. The new Spiceland
Mall also has a wide variety of shops and boutiques.
Tax & Tipping
There is an 8% Government Tax at hotels and restaurants.
Most also add a 10% service charge. Additional gratuities
are at your discretion.
Credit Cards & Currency
Major credit cards are accepted by most hotels, car
rental companies, and shops. Travellers cheques are
accepted everywhere. The Eastern Caribbean Dollar, linked
to the US Dollar, is the local currency. Banks will
exchange EC$2.67 for US$1.00 cash, and EC$2.68 for US$1.00
in travellers cheques. It is advisable to exchange currency
at the banks, as the most favourable exchange rates
may not be obtained elsewhere.
Banking hours in Grenada are usually Monday to Thursday
from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., and Fridays from 8:00 a.m.
- 5:00 p.m.
Shops are generally open from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.,
Monday to Friday, and 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Supermarkets and shopping centers are usually open from
9:00 am. - 7 pm. And there are one or two who are even
open on Sundays.
Often when cruise ships are in port, the craft and souvenir
shops will open on a Sunday or Bank Holiday.
Government offices are generally open from 8:00 a.m.
- 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, but closed from 12:00
to 1:00 pm for lunch.
There is a good representation of many of the major
religious denominations in most towns and villages including
Roman Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodists.
Casual, light cottons are ideal during the day; in the
evenings, elegantly casual attire is appropriate. Bathing
suits or mini shorts should not be worn in the streets
or stores. Long pants and hiking shoes are recommended
Voltage is 220 volts - 50 cycles. Appliances rated at
110 volts (US standard) normally work satisfactorily
with a transformer. Most hotels provide dual voltage
shaver units, but an adaptor plug is necessary for small
English is the official language but it is not uncommon
to hear a French-African patois spoken.
There is a General Hospital in St. George's, a smaller
hospital in Mirabeau on the east coast, and one in Carriacou.
Clinics and doctors can be found throughout the islands.
The General Post Office is on Lagoon Road by the Port
in St. George's. There are sub-post offices in all towns
and villages. Post Offices are open 8:00 a.m.- 4:00
p.m., Monday to Thursday; Fridays until 4:30 p.m. Efficient
local, regional and international mailing is enhanced
by international couriers, Federal Express, DHL and
UPS; and the General Post Office has an Express Mail
The barking of trees and taking of wildlife from the
forest and rivers, and corals from the sea is strictly
Radio & Television
There are currently four radio stations (AM 535 kHz;
AM 1400 kHz / FM90 kHz / FM96.3 kHz; FM 101.7 kHz; FM105.5
kHz) and three television stations. Many hotels have