Small Islands Make Big Memories

Small Islands Make Big Memories

Call on the Cayman Islands for unparalleled scuba diving, snorkeling and aquatic adventures.

Whether you are looking to don a breathing mask for the first time or have notched hundreds of (nautical) miles on your (weight) belt, the Cayman Islands are a must-try scuba diving paradise.

Stingray City: Like the name says, immerse yourself in a fever of stingrays — the official name for a group — for a truly unique experience. Pro-tip: Bring a snack, and watch how they gather around you.

Devil’s Grotto: An accessible shore dive with startling coral formation, it’s one of the most popular for underwater photography.

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Three Fathom Wall: Colors on colors on colors. From schools of fish to a vast variety of coral, it’s like you entered an underwater rainbow.

Captain Keith Tibbetts: An intentionally sunk 330-foot Russian frigate, discover a world of marine life aboard a former warship.

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Kittiwake: This wreckage is less than 10 years old, and at 55 feet deep, perfect for beginners and experts alike.