Part of the Greater Antilles, Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands - it has a landmass of 76 square miles. Little Cayman and Cayman Brac are located 75-90 miles northeast, with Cuba...
Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are the smaller sister islands to Grand Cayman, which make up the country called the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean Sea. Cayman Brac is the larger of the two, at around ...
Keep your hands and fins to yourself! Potentially venomous creatures abound within competitive coral reef ecosystems. Most species are harmless if you leave them alone. One of the most important scuba diving rules is to simply not touch anything.
Diving in the Cayman Islands is among the best in the world! Living here, you sometimes take the excellent conditions for granted: excellent wall diving, superb shore exploration, visibility that can reach 30 meters/100 feet, colorful reefs, and a dive infrastructure that will take all stress away.
From unexpected encounters with great hammerheads to peacefully swimming next to the gentle giants that are whale sharks, the Caribbean Sea has many experiences for shark-loving divers.
The perfect way for a kid to learn to scuba dive is to first master swimming then snorkeling. Grand Cayman Island's George Town shore offers some of the best snorkeling I have ever experienced to learn to snorkel out into calm, clear waters. The memory of the Cayman Islands from my childhood is still fresh.
Have you ever wished for a little extra boost underwater? Perhaps you are exhausted and your legs need a break or maybe you would like to further propel your fin kicks to keep pace with some elusive marine life. There are many reasons we find ourselves yearning for a little more oomph underwater, wishing we could hit an accelerator button. Well, that button exists, and one day last year I had a blast pressing it.
Swimming with stingrays in the wild, up for a wing massage, Grand cayman is the place to visit!