View the world’s first underwater sculpture park off the coast of Grenada. Listed as one of the Top 25 wonders of the world by National Geographic, you can swim among or sail over the 100 figures which inhabit this watery wonderland in Moliniere Bay. Observe how the power of the ocean has brought about dynamic changes.
Start your adventure by taking a 10-minute boat ride from St George’s, or 15 minutes from Grand Anse, to the protected area praised for being an artificial reef with flourishing marine life. The underwater gallery created by Jason deCaires Taylor can be seen from beneath the water if you dive or snorkel, or it can be viewed from a glass-bottom boat.
On arrival at Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park, you’ll discover the eerie sculptures lurking in the waters of the Caribbean. See how they have been moulded by nature since they were installed in 2006. Some of the highlights include Vicissitudes, a circle of life-size figures cast from local children. The Lost Correspondent is located in a natural gully. Meanwhile, Un-still Life has been colonised by coral, sponges and marine life.
Additional notes about the tour
The underwater sculpture park can be seen from beneath the water if you dive or snorkel or viewed from a glass-bottom boat.