The day's catch is cooked in open-air stalls in the village of Gouyave.
Captivating corals, rich culture and a giant wreck are just part of what makes Grenada the perfect dive destination. Check out these 10 experiences next time you're in the neighborhood.
1 PHOTO OP - Explore the Veronica L., a colorful coral-crusted cargo barge off Grand Anse Beach -- a dazzling dive, day or night.
2 DRIFT ALONG - Like an underwater highway, cruise past critters and drop down onto Boss Reef, which stretches from St. George's Harbor to Point Salines.
3 LIVING ART - Colonies of coral are adding new life to the striking concrete-and-steel sculptures of the Underwater Sculpture Garden in Molinére Bay.
4 FISH FRIDAY - Enjoy the day's catch, cooked in open-air stalls in the village of Gouyave. Grab a picnic table and chow down on shrimp, fish kebabs, lobster and barbecued snapper.
5 OFF THE WALL - With a pumping current, Sister Rocks offers multi-level diving, stunning views and walls brimming with marine life -- a must-see off Carriacou.
6 CULTURE SHOCK - Tour Fort George in Grenada's capital -- St. George's -- for a taste of Grenadian history and culture, and a vibrant view of the town's red rooftops and deep-blue harbor.
7 WET AND WILD - Trek through the rainforest from Grand Etang Lake to Seven Sisters Waterfalls, and then slide, swim and relax in their large pools. (ecodiveandtrek.com)
8 GO BIG - Known as the "Titanic of the Caribbean," the 600-foot-long Bianca C off Point Salines dwarfs other warm-water wreck dives in the region. (aquanautsgrenada.com)
9 SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM - Spice it up with nutmeg ice cream at Rick's Café in the Grand Anse Shopping Center. Go beyond the norm and taste some of the bold tropical flavors -- soursop or guava.
10 PIECE OF PARADISE - Hop aboard a water taxi to Sandy Island for a picnic and snorkeling in the clear-blue waters -- perfect for a surface interval between dives.