While various divers have their preferences when it comes to dive spots, but we have picked our 3 Favorite dive sites of the Caymans.
Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman
Little Cayman's preserved Bloody Bay Marine Park (named after a naval battle) gloats a fantastic blend of abundant marine life and unparalleled clear waters. Sticking to its sheer divider – which drops off right around 2000m into the pit – is a powerful vertical jungle of neon-yellow tube wipes, monster waving fans and light emitting corals. You're likely to spot rays, turtles, lobsters, Nassau groupers and saucy triggerfish at any of the twelve locales along the divider, yet the absolute most fantastic berths incorporate Eagle Ray Roundup, and Randy's Gazebo.
Stingray City, Grand Cayman
Initially pulled into the sand blocks off Grand Cayman's North Sound by angler who used to clean their catch here, the neighborhood southern stingrays are at present so tamed that you can feed them by hands. While most guests decide on a voyage through Stingray City that permits them to stroll around in the shallows and "embrace" the beams, jumpers have the chance to enjoy multi-dimensional views with a profundity of around 4m as the gigantic beams wander searching for snacks (instructors give squid to nourish them.)
Ghost Mountain, Grand Cayman
Simply off Grand Cayman's north point, a titan, mushroom-molded apex appears to "show up" through the cobalt blue water as you go deeper. Swarmed by tiny fish, this approaching highlight is secured in a floor covering of animals from crimson finger wipes to towers of starlet corals and packs of coral shrimp. Skilled divers will be bedazzled with awesome panoramas of the fabulous gorgonian-swarmed natural hollow at their most extreme profundity of 30m.
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