Written by on October 10, 2017

Diving at the Underwater Sculpture Park in Pure Grenada. Click on image to enlarge

A packed agenda has been planned for Pure Grenada’s inaugural Dive Fest which will showcase just why diving in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique is out of this world. The event which is being executed by the Grenada Scuba Diving Association (GSDA) from October 11th to 14th, 2017 will include divers of all skill levels.

The inaugural Dive Fest begins on October 11th with an opening ceremony at the Coconut Beach Restaurant, which will feature the launch of an Underwater Photography competition. Entries will be invited for the most creative selfie, best wreck image and best reef image. Entries must be submitted by Friday 13th October.

Then on Thursday 12th October, it’s all about diving! In the morning, beginners will get their feet wet with pool diving at the Radisson Beach Resort. On the same day, more experienced divers will go wreck diving. Pure Grenada has a number of thrilling wreck dives to offer, including the world famous Bianca C.

On Friday 13th October, it’s environment day. In the morning, dive shops in Grenada and Carriacou will send representatives to schools in an island wide outreach effort to speak to students on the importance of our marine environment and keeping it clean and safe. The day will also feature beach and reef cleanups from 1 to 5pm.

Saturday 14th October is dubbed ‘Invasive Species Control Day.’ This day will see dive boats parade from Morne Rouge Bay to go hunting for the invasive Caribbean Lionfish. These surprisingly tasty fish will then be prepared at the Coconut Beach Restaurant for the enjoyment of patrons. The curtains will come down on Dive Fest with a social event and prize giving ceremony for the photo competition.

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