Cayman Islands, an only place allow you to discover it, on land, in the air and even under the water, which is a British Overseas Territory, located in the western Caribbean Sea. Cayman Islands comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman; it is the excellent spot for the scuba-diving; Even though the Cayman Islands one of the world’s popular scuba-diving destinations, but divers try to avoid the islands visit in August and September, during these days, tropical storms can churn the waters. However, the islands have so many dive sites; you can always find places to dive, even in August and September.
Winter period, from mid-December to mid-April is the peak season in Cayman Islands, if you visit this spot, during that time, you would feel the difficulties like, hotels changes their prices to high, each attraction over flow with many visitors and you can’t able to enjoy each and every attractions completely, though many reasons reverse our trip plan but this high season from mid-December to mid-April is perfect time for hanging out on the beach, so weather-wise, April is the best month to visit the Cayman Islands; It boasts perfect warm weather before the heat of summer, Europeans prefer to visit this spot during summer.
While every diver need a unique in their diving spot, for those types of people Cayman Islands offers seven distinctive spots.
Bloody Bay Marine Park, Little Cayman: best diving area in the Caymans, boasts a spectacular combination of beauteous marine life and alluring water; it offers vertical forest of neon-yellow tube sponges, giant waving fans and bioluminescent corals and dive along with the gorgeous eagle rays, turtles, lobsters, Nassau groupers and cheeky triggerfish.
USS Kittiwake, Grand Cayman:
In 2011, a former navy ship was stripped of hazardous materials and sunk off in seven mile beach, during this trip you can explore the fun by discovering the 76.5m vessel; it comprises all five levels such as mess hall, hospital station, propulsion rooms and ammunition lockers, you can enjoy dive of max depth of 20m for all levels, while even snorkelers can get an awesome vista overthere.
Babylon, Grand Cayman:
Entire Island is covered by Grand Cayman, with popular dive sites on all four sides, but the most famous site is found along the North Wall, that’s Babylon, while dive you can truly enjoy the breathtaking scenery of mélange of black coral, giant purple sea fans and barrel sponges. Dive along with the parrot fish, barracuda, eagle rays, and green and hawksbill turtles and so on. Enjoy the Full-day diving safari in Babylon.
MV Captain Keith Tibbetts, Cayman Brac:
MV Captain Keith Tibbetts bring you the great experience wrecked parts during soviet moment, now this is a by over from home to barracudas, big groupers, moray eels and colorful tube sponges. Portions of the vessel are also still penetrable.
Stingray City, Grand Cayman:
Stingray City is the best choices of many divers, due to stingrays, where it’s possible to feed them by hand, walk around in the shallows and ‘hug’ the rays, and so on. Best shallow dives among all in the world.
Jackson’s Bight, Little Cayman:
Most divers come for Bloody Bay Wall, in Little Cayman, but Jackson’s Bight comprises chutes, tunnels, crevices and reefs located in the Bloody Bay Marine Park, it is spectacular by the tiny sailfin blennies to graceful eagle rays and sleek Caribbean reef sharks, and talk with tilefish, yellow-headed jawfish, peacock flounders and garden eels.
Ghost Mountain, Grand Cayman:
North point of Grand Cayman’s you can find a stunning diving site in Ghost Mountain, a giant, mushroom-shaped peak in the underwater, encircled by schooling fish boost this spot.
Never miss to enjoy the best diving experience from the world’s unparalleled Cayman Islands.
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