St. Vincent and the Grenadines in a Nutshell
With warm, clear waters and a variety of dive sites, this exquisite island group offers conditions for every level of diver. With 32 unspoiled islands lined up along the South Caribbean waters, it is known as one of the best muck diving locations in the Caribbean. Don't think its limited to just "muck diving lovers!" There's plenty of other opportunities including wrecks, caves, and beautiful reef/wall dives.
Marine LIfe / Diving Conditions
Depending on where you go, St. Vincent and the Grenadines hold something for everyone. For our macro divers, check out "critter corner" divesite where you can find flying gurnards, frogfish, goldspotted eel, arrow shrimp, blenny/gobies, and so much more. For the braver folks, check out the "bat cave" which is a half submerged cave with hundreds of bats throughout it. Feel like taking it easy? Try "Mustique's" for a lazy drift dive covering some of the most beautiful, undamaged corals. Diving is available year-round, with water temperatures consistantly in the 70s and 80s. 3mm wetsuits are usually all you need. Visibility is typically between 60 and 80 ft, but on outer reefs can reach distances of 100+ ft.
Grenada Underwater Video
Beach hopping and day treks are the majority of things to do topside. Various islands also hold historic sites and botanical gardens, but for the most part just bring your snorkel gear and a book and prepare to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery around you.