Diving the Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands have 365 dive sites, one for each day of the year. You'll never tire of the diving with a variety like that. Warm, crystal clear waters are the standard, year around. The underwater topography can vary dramatically from site to site.

The calm West side of Grand Cayman sports several World Class wall sites including Trinity Caves, Big Tunnel and Orange Canyon. There are also several wrecks just a short boat ride from the beach such as the Oro Verde, Doc Polson and our newest wreck, The USS Kittiwake. The shallow reefs are inhabited by a myriad of "diver friendly" fishes waiting to pose for a photo.

Shore diving is available at resorts and remote locations all around Grand Cayman. Spur & Groove coral fingers, labrynths of caves, wrecks, statues and mini walls await the adventurous diver. 

Grand Cayman's North wall provides excellent diving with shear walls starting in 50' of water and plummeting to 6000. It is home to Eagle Rays, Sharks and Mantas. Many Green Moray eels can be seen free swimming along the wall and among the corals.

Cayman University Divers routinely operates on the North and West sides of Grand Cayman and also offers guided, narrated shore dives. Be sure to join us for your next Cayman dive adventure.