Diving and Snorkeling in the Cayman Islands  

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24/05/2019 3:08 pm  

Most tourists that come here will want to go through at least one session of Cayman Islands diving at one of the many interesting and unique dive sites around the region. You can easily find where to go and you will surely love the professionalism with which you are going to be received. There is something for everyone here from beginners to professionals. In fact, make sure that you research some of the special advanced diving sites in the event that you want to try something like this. However, in this case you do need some experience and the truth is that most tourists will be beginners. It is far more likely that they will be interested in Cayman Islands snorkeling destinations and when we look at the videos and photos in the region, it is obvious why this is reality. Let us take a look at the most popular diving and snorkeling sites that are recommended.

Eden Rock

Just as the name implies, this place really is a paradise for all snorkelers and divers out there. Here you can feed yellowtails and sergeant majors and you can find numerous dive sites just in the south of Grand Cayman George Town. Water access is offered by stairs and you can enjoy the full freedom that this area gives you access to. Rental gear can be obtained from dive shops located on the shore and you will also receive instructions in the event that you need it. If in the area we also recommend that you visit Devil’s Grotto and consider about going to Parrot’s Reef, Sunset Reef and Seaview Reef. Every single resort in the area offers all the diving and snorkeling gear that you might need.

Wreck of the Cali

This is a great location if you are looking for a great Cayman Islands diving experience. We are talking about the Cali, which was a schooner that sunk next to George Town in the year 1944. Remnants of the ship are right on the bottom of the sea together with the hull. This is a ship that basically was blown up right after it sunk as it was considered a hazard. From the shore you will only need to swim around 75 yards to reach it.

Cemetery Beach Reef

As the name implies, this is one location that is found right next to a special waterfront cemetery. You can enter through a sand beach that leads to an area that features the trademark transparent turquoise Cayman water. We are faced with a reef that is quite long and narrow and the water is just 10 feet deep. There are different elkhorn corals here and the main attraction is offered by the numerous fish species in the area. Make sure that you take some food with you as this is definitely something that you want to experience. Keep in mind that the entire swim is of around 100 yards and there are also some currents from time to time. Safety regulations have to be respected.

Stingray City

We cannot talk about Cayman Islands snorkeling adventures without mentioning Stingray City. We should also add Sandbar to the list as both of these locations are known for the same unique around the world interaction between humans and stingrays. Stingrays have started dining here for a lot of time and they grew used with the people. Everything is thus safe and if we also take into account the surroundings, we can say that this is one experience that any passionate snorkeler or diver will never want to miss.

In conclusion 

Above we mentioned some of the most popular sites for snorkeling and diving but this is just a little part of what the Cayman Islands have to offer. The truth is that you are surely going to find something that you are going to love. Keep in mind that it is a very good idea to research possible diving sites before you go to the region you are visiting. This will save you a lot of time. The internet is filled with information about anything that you want to learn from safety requirements to operators that you can contact. The great thing is that you will surely find free space thanks to the many open spots.


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