Underwater Sculpture Park
Children holding hands in a circle and a newspaperman seated at a desk are among the 65 cement pieces situated on the bottom of Molinere Bay on Grenada’s west coast. The brainchild of British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, the collection is not only a cool underwater art installation but also a conservation effort. First constructed in 2006 following reef damage from a duo of hard-hitting hurricanes, the statues help maintain the health of the ocean’s ecosystem. Snorkeling excursions leave from St. George’s.