The excellent visibility and warm year round waters have made the Caymans a popular destination for scuba divers looking to experience all that the Caribbean has to offer. But it also boasts so much more! Make this your next liveaboard holiday and you will n ...Read More
Hidden in the sleepy village of East End, Grand Cayman, you will find the dedicated dive resort Compass Point and Ocean Frontiers. Together this indomitable duo offer a relaxing ambience with the convenience of your own private jetty, dive centre and access t ...Read More
Based on ocean front room ( 7nights, SC), car rental for entire stay, 6 day diving package
The Cobalt Coast Resort has been in operation since 2000 and in this time generated a loyal customer base of dedicated divers and sun worshippers alike. One dive holiday to this superb Caymans resort and you will be hooked too! The beautiful azure waters are ...Read More
Based on ocean room ( 7nights, B&B), transfers, 6 day diving package with unlimted shore diving with complimentary computer
The Little Cayman Beach resort welcome each and every diver to the tiny island of Little Cayman in true Caribbean style. The resort has been lovingly designed to be the ideal compliment to the incredible reefs underwater. Experience for yourself a Caribbean ...Read More
Based on Pool view room ( 7nights, B&B), transfers, 3 day diving package
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The Caymans Island generally experience little rainfall all year round, enjoying a balmy tropical climate. But there are 2 main seasons to be aware of when planning your Caymans holiday. The wet season runs from May to November and the dry season December to April. There is not too much temperature difference between the 2 seasons and even during the wet season, rain is not guaranteed.
From July - October there is the hurricane season that sweeps through the whole Caribbean. Generally the Caymans are fortunate to rarely be right in the path of a hurricane as they often turn north before reaching the islands. But we do advise you consider the timing of your trip carefully to ensure the conditions are just right for you!
The diving is really quite different as you move around the Caymans but one thing is guaranteed to follow you wherever you go - the astounding viz. Seas are also generally quite flat, allowing you to get out more and enjoy the dives, be it shallow and pretty, dramatic on a drop off or checking out the overhangs and caverns. :
- Eagle rays
- Caribbean reef sharks
- Colourful sponge formations
- Myriad of morays
- Turtles everywhere
Top dive sites to visit: Grand Cayman - Eden Rock, Stingray City, Dragon's Lair, Tarpon Alley. the Kittiwake, Little Cayman - Blacktip Boulevard, Cumber's Caves, EagleRay Roundup
Scuba Travel Tips
You really with need plenty suncream during the day and make sure you try the local rum cake. Get out and about to explore the rum factory, iguana reserve and botanical gardens on any dry days.
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 live ...Read More
Visit the Cayman islands and Go Diving itinerary is a perfect way to enjoy this stunning Caribbean island ...Read More
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