Cayman Islands Diving Holidays
Cayman Islands Diving Holidays

A firm favorite for scuba divers of all abilities, the Cayman Islands have something for every level of diver. Wall dives, coral garden dives, cave dives, wreck dives, reef dives, Stingray City dives, the list goes on as this destination really is a scuba divers dream. Teeming marine life, whilst diving in the Cayman Islands you can expect to encounter sharks, turtles rays as well as all the usual reef favourites.

  • Eagle rays
  • Caribbean reef sharks
  • Colourful sponge formations
  • Myriad of morays
  • Turtles everywhere
Cruise the Cayman Islands in style - Cayman Aggressor
Underwater memories that will last forever - Cayman Island discovery
Take the plunge and dive in the Cayman Islands - Cayman Island discovery
  • Cayman Aggressor

    Cayman Aggressor

    The Cayman Aggresssor is an exceptional liveaboard and this is an ideal Caribbean dive holiday more here

  • Cayman Island Discovery

    Cayman Island Discovery

    The Caymans islands are the quintessential Caribbean diving destination but how do you chose which of the 3 islands to visit? Well now your don't have to pick! Sail in complete comfort between Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac in one faultless liveaboard holiday that melds wreck and more here

  • Location:

    The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory located south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica. The territory comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.




    GMT -5

    Weather & Water Temperature:


    120 volts AC, 60Hz. Plugs used are American-style (two perpendicular flat blades above a circular grounding pin) and Japanese-style (two perpendicular flat blades). It's advisable to take an adaptor. We also highly recommend that you take a surge adaptor with you if using expensive and valuable appliances. If you have a specific electrical requirement please contact one of the Scuba Team who can discuss this with you and advise you accordingly


    It's customary to add 15% for good service. Many restaurants will add a 10% service charge to your bill, this charge should not to be confused with the 11% restaurant tax. It's a good idea to check before automatically adding any tip.


    Cayman Islands dollar in the official currency, but most places accept US dollars as well.


    United Kingdom and most countries within the British Commonwealth do not require visas to enter the Cayman Islands.

    Food & Drink:

    The biggest form of health problems with divers and tourists alike is being dehydrated. Please drink plenty of water before and after a dive as well as throughout the day. We also advise that you don’t drink the local water and only drink bottle water and wash all fruit beforehand.

    Foreign & Commonwealth Office Travel Advice:

    For up to date advice on foreign travel please visit

    Health & Vaccinations:

    Requirements vary from country to country, your own GP is the best person to speak to regarding relevant requirements. Make your GP aware that you will be scuba diving, as some medication is not recommended for Scuba divers.


    Lightweight natural fabrics, Swimwear should not be used around the public areas of the hotel.


    Passports much be valid for at least 6 months on your return to the UK.
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