All you can dive in Grenada

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All you can dive in Grenada

True Blue Bay Boutique resort has partnered with Aquanauts Grenada to create an all-inclusive package designed to give divers the opportunity for optimum exploration of the 20 reefs and 15 wrecks, including the Bianca C cruise-liner, to be found around the southern Caribbean island.

Their year-round  “All You Can Dive” package includes up to three dives a day, all dive-gear, accommodation, meals and drinks, and is intended for divers of all abilities and levels.

Prices start from US $2115pp for seven nights, excluding flights.

Accommodation is in rooms with kitchenette facilities and balconies or verandas overlooking the eponymous bay.

The Aquanauts Dive Shop is on site, and dive-sites are rarely more than about 20 minutes away.

True Blue Bay has two restaurants, bar, yoga studio, fitness centre, spa, two swimming pools and a micro-brewery. Guests also have use of watersports equipment including Hobie Cats and kayaks.

truebluebay.com, aquanautsgrenada.com

26-Nov-17

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