Scuba Diving in Grand Cayman

Scuba Diving in Grand Cayman

The Cayman Islands has been a favorite scuba diving destination and dive sites ever since the sport came to be. Grand Cayman is easily the most visited of the three first-rate diving resorts due to the immense number of rare species divers can see from attractions like The North Wall. The North Wall is an 1800 meter- (6000 feet) deep wall that frequently harbors rare sea turtles and spotted eagle rays. Divers Scuba Diving in Grand Cayman can explore hundreds of dive sites with unprecedented access to pristine waters with little to no current.

Resorts in Grand Cayman

The Christopher Columbus offers 2 or 3 bedroom air conditioned condos feature fully equipped kitchens, daily maid service, tennis courts, and a fresh water swimming pool. Located directly on 7-Mile Beach, a few miles from downtown Grand Cayman, Christopher Columbus is great for families or groups with some non-diver friends. Pick up and drop off diving services available for guests booked through us in advance.

Cobalt Coast Resort in Grand Cayman, is located on the Northwest shore of Boatswains Bay, just a few miles north of bustling Seven Mile Beach, near the Turtle Farm and in a secluded tranquil setting, with a spectacular view overlooking the inviting waters of the Caribbean.

Located on the East End of Grand Cayman, Compass Point Condominiums are steps away from the ocean. Although the shoreline is rocky with limited swim access, there are two white sand beach areas which are secluded and uncrowded.

If you’re looking for a large SCUBA resort on the beach, the Sunset House is not for you. We are a “scuba diving friendly” boutique, family owned hotel with only 52 rooms. Visitors to Grand Cayman come to Sunset House to escape the world for a while, soak up the sun, sit by the pool, make unforgettable diving trips and enjoy fantastic food at My Bar overlooking the beautiful Caribbean Sea!

The Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman includes 152 spacious and comfortable beachfront accommodations, but with a long 1,500 foot stretch of beach, the resort never feels crowded. Located on the east end of Grand Cayman Island, away from the crowds, the resort offers guests a quiet place to simply relax.