Learn to dive off of the warm waters of Grenada

7th Sep 2004

Dive holidays in the UK are growing in popularity as people search for something more active to participate in whilst on holiday in-place of the more traditional lazing on the beach.
Learning to dive in the Caribbean is far more fun than in a cold swimming pool in the UK and the Spice Island of Grenada is one of the best places in the Caribbean to learn with its warm, clear waters, amazing reefs and coral gardens.

Most of the dive sites are within 15-minute boat ride from the island and are suitable for both the novice and master diver. And unlike some of the other Caribbean islands, Grenada has escaped large-scale tourist development and eco-tourism is widely promoted so the island truly is a tropical paradise.

Flight Centre can pre-book a 4-day PADI Open Water dive course in Grenada that qualifies you to dive anywhere in the world for £235 per person. This includes all equipment and instruction.

A seven-night holiday to Grenada including return flights and bed and breakfast accommodation at the Allamanda Beach Resort can be booked from £795 per person or from £1,019 for a 14-night package. This is for departures on 3 October 2004 with direct flights from London Gatwick.


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