Cayman has an incredible offering when it comes to dive areas. Some say that it even offers the best diving in all of the Caribbean! Take a look at the chart below for a summary of the options.
Take a look at the table below for a summary of the available dive areas in the Cayman Islands, as well as what they have to offer.
|East End||Dramatic coral and wall diving. Reef sharks, nurse sharks and even hammerheads can occasionally be seen.|
|George Town||Coral, caves and tunnels at Eden Rock and a mermaid at Sunset House, just south of George Town. Look out for the tarpon!|
|North Wall||Most dive sites on ‘The Wall’ are only accessible by boat. See incredible coral wall formations, sheer walls and occasionally eagle rays, nurse sharks, moray eels and all sorts of other underwater wonders. Inside the reef is the world famous Stingray City, where you can interact with stingrays in 12ft of water.|
|West Bay||Great shore dives from Cracked Conch, Lighthouse Point and Cobalt Coast. You can access ‘The Wall’ via boat trips or underwater scooters, or the mini-wall from the shore. The wreck of the Kittiwake is found on the Northern end of the West side.|
|Seven Mile Beach||Walls and shallow dives of 35-60ft, all accessible by boat.|
|Sister Islands||Fabulous unspoiled diving for all levels of dive ability, from shallow reefs and deep walls to the Kirk Tibbetts Wreck.|