We’re firm believers that in order to make the most of your Grand Cayman visit, you need to find your perfect adventure. It’s no secret that divers from around the world come to the Cayman Islands to behold the underwater wonders that surround the islands. Today we’re highlighting two must-see dive spots that any divers will be sure to enjoy.
Just south of Seven Mile Beach and 46-feet below the surface you will find Eden Rock and Devil’s Grotto – two of the most sought-after diving locales in Grand Cayman. Below the water’s surface you will find a colorful collection of fish including tarpon, silversides, parrotfish and even barracuda. Dives down here are enjoyable for both beginner and intermediate swimmers, so if you’re new to the sport this is a fantastic place to start.
Make sure to grab your underwater camera before you venture into the depths, as this dive provides plenty of ideal photo opps. You can also head out for a night dive, but don’t forget to bring a flashlight to illuminate your nocturnal adventure. As you’re exploring the natural grottos, don’t forget to take your time and keep your bearings. And there’s good news if there are non-divers in your group; the site is also popular amongst snorkel fanatics, so bring along your mask and snorkel!