June 24, 2023 -
 July 1, 2023


An Authentic Caribbean Experience

Where we are diving

The tri-island state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique is located on the southern tip of the chain of Caribbean islands. Grenada is referred to as the ‘Spice of the Caribbean’ because of its wealth of spices. They produce about a third of the world’s nutmeg.

Escape to this hidden gem for an authentic Caribbean experience. From the breathtaking beaches and crystal-clear waters to the lush rainforests and vibrant culture, Grenada has something for everyone. The island has over 35 reefs and wrecks, and year-round warm water diving.

Below the surface discover a world of coral reefs, sunken shipwrecks and exotic marine life. On land, hike through the rainforests and discover the abundant wildlife that calls Grenada home.

We will be diving with Eco Dive Grenada. They are committed to providing fun, safe and professional activities that increase the awareness and appreciation of the natural world. They take a lot of pride in Grenada’s natural marine beauty and are proud to participate in the 100% AWARE program donating and actively participating in ocean protection.

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Trip Leaders

Keone Wilkie, Advanced Open Water Instructor

A recent transplant to Kansas City from the Caribbean, Keone has been an active Dive Professional for 10 years. Originally from Trinidad & Tobago, this Caribbean native has been fortunate enough to work as a Dive Pro and more recently an Underwater Photographer in some of the world’s most enviable travel destinations. His passion for the ocean and commitment to sharing the underwater world with others led him to the Diventures family after he and his spouse moved to Kansas City during the pandemic. “I am so excited to share with you my passion for diving, travel and photography.”

Megan Oswald, Travel Program Director and Open Water Diver Instructor

Megan fell in love with the underwater world the first time she went diving and she loves helping people discover its beauty. As a level 5 diver, she appreciates her career focused on her passion for diving and the water. And she is always excited to talk about diving and traveling.

Top reasons you should travel to Grenada with us!

1.  Wreck Capital of the Caribbean – with over 16 shipwrecks, including the MV Bianca C. Shipwreck, the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean

2. Vibrant Coral Reefs – with unforgettable marine experiences and healthy reef systems

3. Waterfall Adventures

4. The Oldest Water-Powered Rum Distillery in the Caribbean

5. Decadent Chocolates & Delicious Cuisine


Resort Details

Where we are staying

“The Arawaks called it ‘Heaven’. You’ll call it home.” Coyaba Beach Resort is your home away from home. There are eight blocks of pavilion-style buildings scattered throughout 5.5 acres of gardens. The design of the resort exemplifies centuries of Amerindian history.

After a full day of diving you can relax at the pool or spa. If you have the energy to spare you can play a few rounds of table tennis, shuffleboard or tennis. They also have many watersports to enjoy.

The resort is about 15 minutes away from St. George, the capital. There you can visit the House of Chocolate, the City Fort and rum distilleries.

Learn more about the accommodations from the resort website.


Trip Details



Ground Only

  • Double Diver: $2,380
  • Double Non-Diver: $1,680
  • Single Diver: $3,120
  • Single Non-Diver: $2,420

Deposit and payments

  • 1st deposit: $500 due upon sign up
  • 2nd deposit: $500 March 24, 2023
  • Full Balance: April 24, 2023
  • Pre-trip meeting: Sunday, May 28, 2023

Other info

  • Prices are based upon double occupancy
  • All payments are non-refundable
  • Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control


  • Full-day Island Tour including lunch with trips to a waterfall, nutmeg museum, chocolate factory, rum distillery and more.
  • 4-hr. City Walking/Bus Tour including a box lunch, visits to City Fort, House of Chocolate, the capital city and more.

What’s included

  • 7 nights in Superior Room with garden view
  • Airport roundtrip transfers
  • 12 boat dives (including 1 afternoon and 1 night dive)
  • Daily continental breakfast
  • Island tours and excursions plus transfers
  • Roundtrip transfers to group dinners (meal and drink prices not included)

What’s not included

Recommended equipment

  • Safety sausage and reel
  • Dive Torch/light
  • Mesh bag
  • SeaLife SportDiver Pro 2500 Set
  • SeaLife DC2000 camera

Recommended courses

  • Wreck Diving
  • Drift Diving
  • Deep Diving
  • Photo & Video

What prior travelers say

“We all need more relaxation in our lives! Diventures’ trips are amazing!”

Know Before You Go


Must be valid 6 months beyond the dates of your trip.

Money exchange

The official currency of Grenada is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD). ATMs are available at most banks, and major credit cards are accepted at most hotels, car rental companies and shops. Many establishments will accept payment in US dollars, giving change in the local currency.

Dress code

Shorts, sandals, flip-flops, light shirts, polos, beach water shoes, swimsuit cover-ups. Leave the camo at home. Grenada has a zero-tolerance policy regarding the wearing of any camouflage clothing in public and are warning visitors as well as locals to avoid doing so.


English is the country’s official language, but the main spoken language is either that of Grenadian Creole English or the less frequent, Grenadian Creole French or ‘patois’ which reflects a combination of the native heritage of the nation and that of its African and European influences.


The voltage on the island is 230V – 50 cycles. Appliances rated at 110 volts (US Standard) normally work with a transformer. Most hotels provide dual-voltage shaver units, but an adaptor plug may be necessary for small appliances. Coyaba Beach Resort has 220V electrical outlets. Adapters may be available at the reception desk.


The climate is tropical: hot and humid all year round, with a relatively cool and dry season from January to May and a hot and humid rainy season from June to December. Temperatures range from 72º–90°F and are rarely below 64°F. Grenada, being on the southern edge of the hurricane belt, has had only a few hurricanes over the past 50 years. Water temp – 81º-85ºF.


Complimentary wireless internet property-wide.

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