Diving in the Cayman Islands

Three small islands located south of Cuba, in the center of the Caribbean, make up the Cayman Islands. This paradise is a British overseas territory. These islands are small in size but filled with big adventures and many possibilities. Relax and forget your worries on the quiet island of Little Cayman, explore the limestone cliffs and caves of the remote Cayman Brac or admire the vibrant coral reefs while diving on the largest island, Grand Cayman.

Some of the best diving in the Caribbean can be done in the Cayman Islands. This country has countless dive sites. According to the locals, there is a different spot for you to dive every day of the year. Lively, colorful reefs can be seen while diving at these beautiful islands. Crystal clear water, warm ocean and air temperatures, dramatic drop-offs, and wrecks galore make of this place a diver’s paradise. Choose between any of the main islands to start your adventures: Grand Cayman, which is the biggest island of the three, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac. The two smallest islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, cater specifically to vacationing divers.

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Featured places to go in the Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman is world-known for its coral-sand beaches, crystal clear water, awe-inspiring shipwrecks and amazing wall diving.

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Don’t let the size of Little Cayman fool you - it’s filled with exciting places and world-class diving.

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The Cayman Islands have some of the most beautiful sites in the Caribbean; Cayman Brac is one of them.

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Dive Sites in the Cayman Islands

Travel Information for Cayman Islands

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