Popular west coast sites which are easy to reach from shore on Grand Cayman include these locations just south of George Town: Coconut Harbour, Sunset House, Seaview Hotel, Parrot's Landing, Watersports Park, Eden Rock Dive Center and the shallows reefs directly off Paradise Reef bar. On Grand Cayman's west coast just north of George Town: Don Foster's dive shop on North Church St. and Calico Jack's are both the best entry points to see the wreck of the Cali. Click here to learn more.
Off Cayman Brac, the easy entry at the Buccaneer's Beach on the north coast is a Cayman snorkeling site with healthy small coral formations and plentiful fish. The entire north coast offers shallow underwater scenery which is primarily pristine and seldom explored. For a real thrill, join a dive boat headed for the wreck of the M/V Capt. Keith Tibbetts, a 330-ft. Russian built frigate sunk in 50-100 ft. off Cayman Brac's northwest coast for a true Cayman snorkeling experience. The view from above will stun you! Click here to learn more.
Little Cayman's South Hole Sound Lagoon and Point of Sand (watch the currents!) are other delightful Caribbean snorkeling sites. Their white sand beaches are as breathtaking as any Caribbean beaches. You might glimpse a feisty bonefish or permit in these waters, as well as Queen conch, parrotfish and dozens of reef fish. For an unforgettable experience; take a boat trip to Bloody Bay, where the wall begins at only 18 ft - an unforgettable sight as lush coral gardens meet sheer vertical coral wall! Click here to learn more.