Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, Little Cayman -- each offers an exceptional experience. Our waters have been long lauded for their crystal blue quality. Warm and calm, the seas surrounding our islands possess 100 ft. plus visibility. With more than 40 knowledgeable operators, there’s something for divers of all levels from novice to Nitrox and Tec diving.
Whether you seek a thriving wreck or a thrilling snorkel session, Grand Cayman offers a vast selection of sunken sights. Among them is the Kittiwake, a former submarine rescue vessel that stretches 251 and contains five decks. Recently sunk in 2011, the ship was quickly engulfed by marine life. Dense schools of jacks skitter about as eels laze languidly through each level. After a day in the deep, explore everything else the island has to offer: fine dining, duty-free shopping, and more.
Beyond the bustle of Grand Cayman are the Sister Islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. While small, these islands boast unbelievable, underwater worlds. Named for its breathtaking 40 ft. bluff, Cayman Brac holds around fifty sites. A must-see is the MV Capt. Keith Tibbetts wreck, the only Russian warship in the Western Hemisphere open to divers. Across the way, Little Cayman is equally as enticing. Mostly untouched, this island is ideal for documenting colourful corals and other exotic organisms.
Only one hour south of Miami, the Cayman Islands are served by both JetBlue and their national flag carrier, Cayman Airways.
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