Stingray City

Stingray City is one of the most popular attractions on Grand Cayman. This site is in the North Sound of Grand Cayman and has naturally occurring resident Southern Stingrays. This site has become a beacon for snorkel operators bringing tourist groups here.

Being on a shallow, sandy bottom there’s not much marine life here but this site’s all about the Southern Stingrays. You’ll see them in droves!

Nível

Nível

  • Iniciante
Visibilidade

Visibilidade

  • 22 m
Current

Current

  • Corrente Leve
  • Sem Corrente
  • Corrente Forte
TIPOS DE MERGULHO

TIPOS DE MERGULHO

  • Snorkeling

Temperatura & Visibilidade

Mergulhos

Diversidade de Vida Marinha

CENTRO DE TREINO AFILIADO

LOCAIS DE MERGULHO PRÓXIMOS

Spanish Bay Reef

Named for the old Spanish Bay Reef Resort, Spanish Bay Reef is a very popular shore dive with locals and visitors alike. Just 200ft from the man-made breakwater lies a mini wall running parallel with the shoreline. Diving here during high tide is best as low tide drops the visibility significantly.

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Doc Poulson (Wreck)

Doc Poulson é um naufrágio propositadamente afundado como um recife artificial na parte ocidental da ilha Grand Cayman. Este é um naufrágio divertido para mergulhar e um grande mergulho noturno.

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USS Kittiwake (Wreck)

O Kittiwake é um dos naufrágios mais conhecidos em todo o Caribe, se não em todo o mundo, e fica ao largo da praia de Seven Mile Beach. Devido a sua profundidade rasa (não mais profunda que 65 pés), é popular não apenas entre os mergulhadores, mas também entre os praticantes de mergulho livre e snorkel.

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Eagles Nest

Colorful sponges intertwined with staghorn corals create a backdrop for spotted eagle rays and lots of turtles. Also look for nurse sharks hiding amongst the reef.

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Trinity Caves

Trinity Caves is one of the most popular dive sites on the west side of Grand Cayman. The main swim through is 70 feet deep where you can follow the tunnel back and around out onto the main wall. A super fun dive full of caverns and swim-throughs.

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Oro Verde (Wreck)

Originally a U.S. Army transport ship, the Oro Verde spent it’s last 10 years of life transporting bananas between Ecuador and Miami. It eventually ran in 1976 on the reef surrounding Grand Cayman, right off Seven Mile Beach.

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Caribbean Club Sand Chute

A gradually declining sand chute, this is a great spot to see eagle rays and stingrays as they love to forage in the sand! Also a great snorkel spot.

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Turtle Farm Wall

Along the northwest shore of the island sits a mini wall just offshore from the famous Cayman Turtle Center, hence the name. This is an easy entry shore dive with little to no current and great visibility. Great for snorkeling and diving.

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Devil’s Grotto North

Localizada ao largo de George Town, Devils Grotto é um local de mergulho popular entre os iniciantes, bem como entre os mergulhadores intermediários. A Gruta do Diabo apresenta enormes cabeças de coral com chaminés abertas e calhas de banho cheias de tarpão, papagaios, barracudas e escolas de silversides.

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Sunset House Reef

Sunset House Reef is the most popular dive site in all of the Cayman Islands. This is shore diving at its best with so much to see in shallow clear water, it’s an amazing dive for both scuba divers and snorkelers alike.

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