Grand Cayman diving is spectacular almost 365 days of the year because of the way the Cayman Islands are situated. If the weather is too rough to dive one side of Grand Cayman, it is generally calm on another side. Most Grand Cayman Islands dive sites are only 10 minutes away, with even the furthest sites around 20 minutes away by boat.
Grand Cayman is surrounded by a wall, which generally starts at about 40-60 feet deep and slopes off to over 2,000 feet in some places. There are hundreds of wall diving sites situated all around the island and each can accommodate any level of certification or skill.
Learn more about our tours in the most beautiful sites, from White Stroke Canyon, along the North Wall, to the spectacular Orange Canyon, among the West Wall Dive Sites.
Our reefs have something to offer for everyone. On our West and North side reefs, formations are in coral fingers that stretch from half a mile out from shore towards the deeper water making navigation easy even for beginners. Tropical fish, turtles and stingrays are found here and are very friendly because of the number of divers they see daily. The dive sites are protected areas where collecting and fishing is not allowed. Gloves are also not permitted by law in the Cayman Islands.
Grand Cayman's Stingray City is said to be the best and most exciting 12-foot dive in the world! There are approximately 20 to 30 resident Southern Stingrays in this area that are fed and petted by divers daily. The stingrays share this beautiful habitat with an abundance of tropical fish, hawksbill and green sea turtles, a resident green moray eel, spotted eagle rays and barracuda. The best part of this dive is you don’t have to move anywhere to get some amazing photography and videography.