I took my PADI scuba diving course in Cape Town, and it was one of the best weeks of my life!
Therefore, when I came to Grenada and heard that scuba diving was big over here – well I had no choice but to sign up and go scuba diving as quickly as possible. Luckily Lindsay had also just taken her scuba diving course and so we decided to go together one Sunday!
And I can’t say anything else but – WOW! Scuba diving in Grenada was absolutely amazing!
Lindsay, Anna (a girl we met on the boat), and me looking funny in my scuba diving gear, haha
In Cape Town the water was 13 degrees, visibility was 4 metres and it was a big deal when we actually saw something. In Grenada the water was 26 degrees, visibility was 10 metres and there were things to see everywhere! What was good about doing my scuba diving course in Cape Town though was that I will be more prepared for other things! But not freezing under water after 10 minutes and seeing all this beautiful marine life was a huge plus for Grenada 🙂
On our first dive we went to the famous Grenadian underwater sculpture park. These sculptures are an art project and were sunk to the bottom of the ocean in 2006. They were quite creepy to dive with, haha, but a must do in Grenada 🙂
I didn’t get a chance to take any photos under water on my first two dives, but I did two more with Lindsay last Sunday and she brought her GoPro with, so I’ll show you those photos once she’s sent them to me 🙂
Here are just some photos from Gooooogle!
I’ll be doing lots more scuba diving while I’m here in Grenada! But now I’m off to the hospital.
Have a great day x
What an amazing experience:) Lots of love from mamma
wow! ser ut som du nyter livet 😎😎
Hihi, indeed! 🙂
Fabulous underwater sculpture park.