Rosita Ritch was born and raised in Grand Cayman. She attended John Gray High School where she graduated with honours and then went on to pursue an associate degree in Business Administration at the University College of the Cayman Islands. She is now working on obtaining her Bachelor’s in Business Management (Marketing). Her hobbies include yoga, volunteering, baking, and recreational athletics.
Starfish PointBy Rosita Ritch
This secluded area is perfect for a Sunday picnic. The shallow and clear water is suitable for the whole family.
Bioluminescent BayBy Rosita Ritch
Grand Cayman is one of a handful of destinations where you can experience the Bioluminescence phenomenon. This is one tour that should not be missed!
Mastic Reserve & TrailBy Rosita Ritch
Explore some of Cayman’s rarest trees and geological features on the Mastic Trail and learn the importance of the Mastic Reserve.
Stingray City & The SandbarBy Rosita Ritch
Visit Cayman's most popular attraction! Swim, snorkel and interact with stignrays in waist deep water. This attraction is suitable for the whole family.
Lost Pets & Injured WildlifeBy Rosita Ritch
What you should do and who you should call if you find lost pets or injured wildlife in the Cayman Islands.
Dive ResortsBy Rosita Ritch
List of dive resorts across Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.
Dive 365By Rosita Ritch
In the Cayman Islands you really can do a new dive every day of the year with Dive 365 - a programme designed to highlight the Island's many unique dive sites.
Coral NurseriesBy Rosita Ritch
A programme where local dive operaters, with permits, grow staghorn coral in small nurseries to keep reefs in the Cayman Islands healthy and thriving.
Respecting the ReefsBy Rosita Ritch
How to be responsible when diving in the Cayman Islands. How to appreciate the coral reefs while taking precautions to keep them safe.
Dive AreasBy Rosita Ritch
What to expect from dive locations across Cayman from the caves of George Town to the sharks at the North Wall and the unspoiled beauty of the Sister Islands.