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Snorkeling in Grenada

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Just want some quick input on your favorite snorkel locations in Grenada! We will my traveling there mid-August for a week or so. Thanks!

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    We just got back a couple of weeks ago. I found the snorkeling to be ok, not great. Don't expect gin clear waters like the Bahamas.

    Best places...

    1. We went with Wally and his "Sun Lover" tours to see the Sculpture Park. A great glass bottomed boat. HIGHLY recommend you contact him at 473-534-1775 if you want a wonderful day! When we visited the park, the visibility was ok (maybe 60-75'). We were told it can be much better. Some of the children statues had fallen down. An ok snorkeling trip to me.

    Flamingo Bay, however, was rich with fish life and coral and can be part of your trip to the Sculptures if you want it to.

    2. The snorkeling around the Aquarium and Rex is among the best shore-based snorkeling on the island. It doesn't compare to places like the Bahamas, but you see some nice fish and rocks. Water was pretty clear.

    The thing with the Aquarium is you should go there and plan on staying for the day. Swim. Enjoy the beach. Have some lunch and drinks and relax.

    The food and service were very good.

    Just a wonderful, relaxing place to go to enjoy a beautiful beach!

    Good luck and have fun!

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