For many years, Grenada has been known…
The Island Blog
- November 9th 2010
Discover the magic and mystery of 14 new sculptures recently unveiled at Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Park. The Zemi; a stone believed to possess supernatural powers; is one of the largest of the fourteen. The new sculptures are influenced by ceremonial carvings and intricate petro glyphs created by the people of the Amerindian tribe and like the existing sculptures in the Park, they are expected to provide an ideal environment for colourful algae and corals creating ‘Art by Nature.’
They are located in clear and shallow water making it easy to be enjoyed from above the surface by snorkelers and under the water by scuba divers. The Underwater Sculpture Park is open to everyone and makes for a fun family event. Locally operated boats, catamarans and snorkelling tours are all available on island. Enhance the uniqueness of your experience on the Spice Isle with a trip to our Underwater Sculpture Park!