The world’s first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, West Indies is the work of British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor. Jason loves to create some marvellous and unique pieces of art depicting the colourful history and folklore of Grenada and placing them underwater.
The sculptures have been placed in beautiful clear waters and keeping in mind the accessibility of visitors they rest in shallow waters easily accessible by snorkellers and divers alike. Not only do these sculptures become a part of a new and unique form of art but they also contribute in saving the ocean’s environment by acting as artificial reefs for marine life to inhabit after sometime.
This park is home to sixty five sculptures covering an area of 800 sq. meters. It is just 20 miles from north of the capital St Georges on the west coast of the island within an area demarcated as National Marine Park.