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Dive sites nearby

Jax Dax

Great shallow dive site with a beautiful coral formation. Includes spur and groove formation with one giant finger coral connecting the shallow reef to the deep reef system.

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Paradise Reef

This beautiful shallow reef site has lots of hard and soft corals, schooling horse eye jacks, turtles or a sleeping nurse shark nestled among the reef.

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Oro Verde (Wreck)

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

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Aquarium - Grand Cayman

Just as the name suggests - it’s an aquarium of fish. This shallow dive site has the spur and groove formation with sand in the deeper water, and hardpan like bottom towards shore.

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Angelfish Reef - Grand Cayman

Nice easy shallow dive site with lots of coral fingers to explore looking for critters and sand patches to catch stingrays or eagle rays feeding in.

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Meridian Drop

An enchanting wall dive with a with a nice sandy patch with a chance to be engulfed with oceanic trigger fish and the mini wall with bright orange elephant ear sponges.

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Wildlife Reef

Long stretching coral fingers with big open sandy patches. Hardpan like bottom on shore side; plenty of reef or sand to explore in both directions.

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Caribbean Club Sand Chute

A gradually declining sand chute, to the depths. This is a great spot to see eagle rays and stingrays as they love to forage in the sand, with finger coral stretching towards shore!

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Lone Star Reef

Beautiful shallow reef system with ledges all over the dive site. There is an exit to an underwater fresh water cave system located on the southern part of the site, which on a rainy day you can feel the thermocline exiting the system.

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Killer Pillar

Only 1 of the very few sites in all of the Cayman islands to find this rarely seen pillar coral growing. Other marine life to be seen include grunts, snappers, parrot fish, and octopuses too!

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