The Cayman Islands rise steeply from the abyssal plains of the Central Caribbean producing some of the worlds most incredible wall diving. Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are surrounded by fringing reefs with staghorn coral, canyons, pinnacles, archways and of course, the magnificent walls that provide the necessary protection for all varieties of marine life. The best way to see all that this unique destination has to offer is by choosing a Liveaboard.
One of Grand Caymans most famous dive sites is, of course, Stingray City, where you can interact with wild stingrays that have become decidedly friendly. It is one of the most thrilling dives in the world, and at less than 5 meters, one of the easiest! Of course traveling by Liveaboard means that you will also get to visit all the other sites that have made the Caymans a scuba diving haven. Bloody Bay Marine Park with its plunging wall dives, the russian wreck of the Captain Keith Tibbetts at Cayman Brac and of course the numerous coral reefs that surround Gramd Cayman. This really is a destination that is best visited by a Liveaboard.
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When to go?
The Caymans Islands is a year round diving destination and whilst its hottest period is from May to November water temperatures hover in the mid to high 20 degrees C year round. The sheer number and diversity of the dive sites in the Caymen Islands are quite amazing and make this a perfect Scuba Diving Holiday destination for all levels.
The Cayman Islands is renowned for its huge wall dives and these walls protect the diverse and spectacular marine life that hide beneath the sea.
- Numerous Shark Species
- Large schools of fish
- Black & white Morays
- Elkhorn coral
Top dive sites to visit: Jack Mckenneys Canyon, Photographic Reef, Stingray City, Bloody Bay Wall, Nancys Cup of Tea.
Scuba Travel Tips
Make sure you pack a camera for your trip. The crystal clear waters that surround the Cayman Islands are perfect for photography. Compact cameras will produce fantastic pictures as well as those with more advanced equipment and the Liveaboards we work with are all camera friendly.
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