Diving in the Cayman Islands
Divers can choose from a multitude of dive sites. With more than 365 sites it's all here: steep, deep walls adorned with sponges and corals in a stunning array of colours; shallow reefs filled with schooling solitary fish and small invertebrates; as well as wrecks featuring photogenic structures and curious marine residents.

Grand Cayman
Voted the World's Best 12 Foot Dive - Stingray City in the North Sound offers many lively aquatic interactions with these amazing creatures.

Cayman Brac
Boasting the only divable Russian warship in the Western Hemisphere the MV Capt. Keith Tibbetts was intentionally sunk in 1996 as an artificial reef.

Little Cayman
Dive with jacks, groupers and turtles at Cumber’s Cave; this shallow 20 foot dive provides inexperienced divers with swim-throughs and vistas of coral heads. More experienced divers can head to Bloody Bay Wall.

Getting Here
By jet, your Caribbean getaway in the Cayman Islands is only a 70-minute direct flight from Miami. The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory located in the Western Caribbean. We are situated 480 miles south of Miami, Florida, 150 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles northwest of Jamaica.  

The main airport in the Cayman Islands, Owen Roberts International Airport, is located on the largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman. Cayman Brac also has its own airport, Charles Kirkconnell Airport. These two airports serve as the Cayman Islands main ports of entry for visitors. Little Cayman is served by daily inter-island flights.

Cayman Airways is an ideal carrier as they allow 2 checked bags per passenger and rum punch - complimentary! It clearly is the airline for divers.