Stingray City and the nearby Sand Bar in North Sound are Grand Cayman's most popular snorkeling sites, visited by hundreds of snorkelers each week. Click here for more information about booking your Stingray City trip. Great Caribbean snorkeling can be found close to shore on all three islands. Boat trips will allow you to enjoy more dramatic views of deeper wrecks, reefs and the Cayman wall while floating on the surface.
In Cayman Brac, unforgettable Caribbean diving is what attracts most people to this ethereal island getaway. The newest attraction for Cayman divers is the wreck of the 330 ft. M/V Captain Keith Tibbetts, a Russian built Cuban naval frigate which was sunk off the island's northwest coast in September 1996. It is already the home for a variety of marine life. There are two other small wrecks off the Brac's coast.
Despite the name "Little Cayman", there is a vast underwater world to behold off these shores, especially on famous Bloody Bay wall and Jackson Point. Bloody Bay Marine Park is one of the world's truly legendary dive sites: the sheer coral wall begins at 20 ft. and plunges to 6000 ft. Colorful coral gardens, wavering sea plumes and exotic tropical fish thrive among more than 50 unique dive sites for the best of Cayman diving.