One of the Caribbean's most popular diving destinations, Grenada is the most southerly of the Windward Islands and along with her smaller sister, Carriacou, is located at the very bottom of the chain of islands that form the eastern edge of the Caribbean Sea.
Although Grenada is better known as a destination for scuba divers, the smaller and much quieter island of Carriacou has it's fair share of great dive sites and the added bonus of being, well, smaller and quieter.
The island's name also translates as ‘land of reefs’ and you only have to look out from shore to see these hovering beneath the surface. The water is classic Caribbean turquoise, the marine realm is healthy and some of the reef structures vary from those to the south: there are areas with huge tumbled boulders, gaping caverns and even some volcanic gases escaping like champagne bubbles from the seabed. To top it all off, there are even a few new wreck dives.