The Cayman Islands are recognized as the birthplace of recreational diving in the Caribbean. We've been showing off our spectacular underwater world since 1957 when scuba pioneer Bob Soto opened Grand Cayman's first dive shop. Today, Cayman is one of the world's top dive destinations, with more than 40 dive operations and 200 dive sites marked with moorings.
Our warm, calm waters, 100 ft. plus visibility and breath-taking variety of marine life offer a world of exciting logbook entries. Each island offers very different diving adventures for divers of all levels - from novice to Nitrox and technical diving.
At Little Cayman's Bloody Bay Marine Park, the wall starts at 20 ft.! On all three islands, great boat dives are minutes from shore, like the Caribbean's only diveable Russian shipwreck, the 330 ft. M/V Captain Keith Tibbetts on Cayman