Cayman Islands Diving
Dive Grand Cayman Island
Cayman Islands scuba diving trips take place atop a limestone sea mount in the heart of the Caribbean. This idyllic location rewards us with perfect conditions year round. Devoid of runoff from rivers or streams, Cayman diving means crystal clear 80–100 foot visibility on every single dive. Water temperatures in the range from 78F to 86F! The Caymans are world famous for their wall diving. These breathtaking drop offs have tunnels and swim-thrus, starting as shallow as 40 feet. The shallow reef system extends from shore and builds up to meet the edge of the wall. It’s hard to imagine but you will be diving on one of the world’s largest underwater mountain ranges.
Outstanding conditions abound for newly certified or experienced divers. The marine life that you will see on your dives is nothing short of amazing. It is common to see turtles feeding, sleeping nurse sharks, moray eels, eagle rays, stingrays, lionfish, angelfish, squid, peacock flounders and a plethora of tropical fish on every Cayman Islands diving trip. Unforgettable shallow reefs and wrecks are home to healthy corals and sponges with a vast expanse to explore. There is plenty of time to take photos, and hunt for small nudibranchs and brightly colored juvenile fish.
Every day we choose the best sites available for Grand Cayman diving. Then we join you in the water on a guided tour, searching for critters to point out. You never know what might swim by!
Divers are either picked up from the cruise ship port or hotels and are wisked off meet us at either Safehaven, the Public Beach or at South Sound Docks depending on the particular wind direction that day. One great feature about diving Cayman island diving is you'll never miss a days diving because there is always a calm side.
See the most up to date Grand Cayman Weather conditions at our in-depth Cayman weather page.
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