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Cayman Islands Dive Sites

Information about Cayman Islands Dive Sites, dive sites and diving centers.

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Important to know about Cayman Isl.

The Cayman Islands are a British overseas territory located in the western Caribbean Sea, comprising the islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman. It is an offshore financial centre, also serves as a major cruise ship port destination and one of the leading tourist scuba diving destinations in the world because of its crystal-clear waters and pristine walls.

The Sister Islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, are about 120 km/75 miles east north-east of Grand Cayman.

Capital: George Town. Language: English. Currency: Cayman Islands dollar. Population: Approx. 55,000 Climate: Tropical.Mostly temperate with some rains in the summer and hurricane warning between June and November.

Major atractions of the Cayman Isl.

One of Grand Cayman's main attractions is Seven Mile Beach, also the Castle of Pedro St James in Savannah, many enjoy the Cayman Turtle Farm and visiting the Sister Islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. Beside diving the Cayman Islands are known for snorkelling locations where tourists can swim with stingrays. The most popular area to do this is Stingray City, Grand Cayman.

Diving in Cayman Island

With great visibility(18-30 M /60-100 F or more). You will find several shipwrecks like the Kittiwake and Oro Verde in Grand Cayman and also Captain Keith Tibbetts in Cayman Brac. All three islands have great wall diving like Bloody Bay Wall in Little Cayman (max depht: aprox 1000M/ 3280F) and with a turtle farm on Grand Cayman, you can expect to see turtles on just about every dive. Other underwater creatures likely to see are the eagle rays, barracudas, moray eels and, of course, stingrays. You’ll also spot lots of tropical fish such as sergeant majors, parrotfish, grunts, butterflyfish, angelfish and yellowtail snappers.

Dive Centers/Dive Club information in Belize

Address information, phone number and email address.

Diving Sites

Diving Centers and Schools

Cayman BracScuba Diving Flag
Little Cayman Scuba Diving Flag
Grand Cayman Scuba Diving FlagBlue Fin Adventures
Tel: +1 345 925 4626

Scuba Diving FlagBlue Water Instrucotrs LTD.

Scuba Diving FlagCayman Aggressor IV

Scuba Diving FlagCayman Diving School
Tel: 1 345 926 4729

Scuba Diving FlagDive 'n Stuff
Tel: 1 345 947 2833
fax: 1 345 945 9207

Scuba Diving FlagEden Rock Diving Center
Tel: 1 345 949 7243
Fax: 1 345 949 0843

Scuba Diving FlagIndigo Divers
Tel: 1 345 525 3932
Fax: 1 345 946 7279

Scuba Diving FlagNeptune's Divers
Tel: 1 345 945 3990
Fax 1 345 949 6444

Scuba Diving FlagSeasports
Tel: 1 345 949-3965

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Diving in the Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

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Beside diving, tell us about the area: Grand Cayman has a lot more than just diving to offer. The beaches are a beautiful white from it's coral sand. There are many world class restaurants to choose from. You can relax and pamper yourself in your choice of spas. Wind enthusiasts can find kite surfing, sailing and windsurfing. Visit many local cultural sights from the turtle farm to a motor museum. The Cayman Islands have something to offer anyone and everyone. Describe types of diving in the area: Wall diving, Wreck diving, night diving, snorkelling, liveaboard diving, reef dives, stingray dives, lionfish hunting dives, two tank dives, and more. How many dive sites in the area: 300+. Best dive sites in the area: Orange Canyon, Eagle Ray Pass, White Stroke Canyon, Ghost Mountain, ZZ's top, Babylon, Big Tunnel, Aquarium, Kittiwake, Victoria's Secret, Hammerhead Hole, Trinity Caves. List fish commonly seen in the area: Grouper, Snapper, Hogfish, Eels, Parrotfish, Lobster, Turtles, Eagle Rays, Stingrays, Angelfish, damselfish, trigger fish. Best time to dive: September. Shallowest dive: 8M/26F. Deepest Dive: 35M/115F. Visibility: Perfect. Any Wrecks: Several Wrecks. Suit required: Short Wet Suit 3mm.

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