This is where it all began. Sixty years ago, scuba pioneers discovered the warm, clear waters, dramatic walls and abundant marine life of the Cayman Islands. The word spread quickly, and the islands soon became the most popular diving destination in the Western Hemisphere. Today, the birthplace of Caribbean diving remains the first choice for everything from introductory immersions to extended-range explorations. In addition to world-famous walls, the underwater landscapes take in coral-encrusted slopes, wrecks, spur-and-groove mazes, swim throughs, pinnacles and fish-filled shallow reefs. With more than 365 dive sites surrounding the islands, you could dive every day for a year without visiting the same place twice.
The USS Kittiwake has become Grand Cayman’s signature wreck, but there are several smaller wrecks also worth a dive. Stingray City, just because. Devil’s Grotto and Snapper Hole for the tarpon and swarming silversides. Ghost Mountain pinnacle for dramatic views and abundant marine life. North Wall sites such as Babylon require a longer boat ride but reward with dramatic topographies. If visiting the Sister Islands, Bloody Bay Wall is a must-do, and the Tibbetts wreck provides a rare opportunity to dive on a former Russian warship. Water temperatures remain in the low to mid 80s.
Whatever your style, the Cayman Islands can accommodate, from the intimate dive lodges of the Sister Islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman to cost-effective lodging on Grand Cayman, and upscale resorts in the heart of Seven Mile Beach. For all these reasons and more, The Cayman Islands remain one of the world’s premier diving destinations.
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