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Top Dive Spots in the Cayman Islands

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The Cayman Islands offer extraordinary dive sites that attract divers from all over the world. Coral caves and passages await at the Devil’s Grotto. Explore a historic, sunken U.S. naval rescue ship. Discover colorful playgrounds of stingrays, groupers, and green sea turtles. All three islands have spectacular diving. Snorkeling is equally good for those who aren't scuba-certified.
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124 S Church St, George Town, Cayman Islands
Dive into the coral caves and passages at the Devil’s Grotto to really explore the oceanic flora and fauna of the Caribbean Sea. Swim through the incredibly thick schools of silverside fish, watch stingrays swim and play along the sand, and take...
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South Side Rd W, Cayman Islands
Another sunken treasure lies roughly 95 miles east of Grand Cayman in the waters of Cayman Brac. Captain Keith Tibbetts, originally a Russian brigadier, is another wonderful wreck 330 ft in length, with turret guns for perfect photo ops, and a...
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The Cayman Islands are filled with renowned dive sites, but the underwater walls off Little Cayman and Grand Cayman are probably the biggest draws for diving devotees from all over the world. Bloody Bay Wall runs parallel to Little Cayman's...
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N W Point Rd, West Bay, Cayman Islands
This rare arch, found on the north end of West Bay, is filled with colorful sponges, sea fans, gorgonians, and tube sponges. It’s one of the larger arches in the Caribbean, as arches typically collapse before reaching a large size. You can swim...
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9, Walkers Rd, George Town, Cayman Islands
Orange Canyon is a popular dive sight that mesmerizes its visitors with the bright orange ear sponges that give the site its name. Complete with tantalizing swim-throughs, a wall of coral and sponges, and a wide variety of marine life ranging from...
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East End, Cayman Islands
To find the top dive sites on an island, one can look to where the dive instructors still explore on their days off, and Babylon is one of those sites. At about 40 feet, a wall begins to drop vertically down into the depths until around 100 feet,...
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985 W Bay Rd, West Bay, Cayman Islands
This is a great wall dive with an iconically large anchor, dating back to the 1600s, wedged into the middle of a crevice. This anchor marks a swim-through that leads you to the drop-off of an amazing wall filled with colorful sponges and exotic...
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Cayman Islands
While Grand Cayman’s waters harbor legendary coral reefs, there’s another treasure waiting to be discovered below the surface in a marine park off Seven Mile Beach. About 60 feet down rests the intentionally submerged Kittiwake, a...