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Grenada Dive Sites: "Isle de Rhonde"

Fantastic unspoiled reefs around uninhabited islands north of Grenada.

Deep Blue

A beautiful steep wall dropping to 140 feet straight, covered with sea fans and sponges of all colors.
A most of the time strong current attracts an array of pelagic marine life. The dive ends in the shallows, large star coral boulders give cover for nurse sharks, lobster and moray eels.

Sister Rocks

A group of three rocks, in one of them divers can find a cave where they could surface and gasp some air. Beware of the surf movement, the air bubble suddenly may become very tiny. The reef surrounding is beautiful and untouched, large star and brain coral heads, huge sea rods, plenty of fish and marine life!

Frigate Rock

A drop off to the east, a beautiful coral garden towards the south and dramatic rock boulders to the north are building the background for spectacular dive with an abundance of marine life.


Rhonde Reef

A small barrier reef build from huge star corals and big heads of brain corals. Marine life encounters include all kinds of Caribbean reef fishes, rays, turtles and in the shallows conch and triton shells.

Diamond Rock

This rock dividing the currents, is as dramatic under water as above.
The wall is well covered with sea fans and deep canyons. Off the wall in the shallow between the islands the current can be very strong, but attracts sharks, rays and turtles.

Face of the Devil

A dive site for advanced divers only - strong Atlantic currents, depth and shark encounters making it a challenging but exciting dive.


Turtle Head

As the name says a good chance to meet with these aged reptiles among a beautiful reef. Since this is the Atlantic side, diving is only possible in calm conditions.

Did you find the turtle in the picture?
It sleeps underneath that big star coral head...


Bird Rock

Far out in the midst of the Atlantic Ocean a flat rock housing hundreds of sea birds, is a spectacular dive site under water; strong currents, huge boulders, sea fans, elk horn corals, deep see gorgonians and everything the diver wishes for: eagle rays, sometime mantas, stingrays, sharks, turtles, lobster, morays and plenty of pelagic fish life too!

- SpiceDivers