South Side Diving

When the winds shift and the seas get a bit too rough for comfortable diving on the North or West sides of Grand Cayman, we get to offer our customers a real treat, South Coast diving! These dive sites have been formed by Mother Nature's constant barrage of waves, creating dramatic spur and groove coral formations. Elkhorn & Staghorn corals adorn the tops of the shallow reefs at 15-20 feet where the battle for supremacy amongst the corals forms amazing overhangs, ledges and tunnels. You will love the labyrinth of passageways you'll discover during your South Coast Adventures. Many cracks and crevices are home to Lobsters and Nurse Sharks. The areas between the vertical wall and shallow dive sites offer fields of Soft Corals and Sea Fans. The South Wall eventually drops 26 thousand feet into the Cayman Trench.