Scuba Diving in the Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands are truly an amazing location for scuba divers of all experience levels. The conditions are fantastic on these amazing islands year round. Crystal clear visibility, warm water, an abundance of marine life, and some of the best wall and wreck diving sites in the Caribbean. Cayman Islands is home to beautiful white sand beaches, plenty of sunshine, and the typical relaxed Caribbean attitude while offering the benefits and comforts of a very established modern country.
Scuba Diving the East End, Grand Cayman With White Sand Water Sports
White Sand Water Sports is located on the East End of Grand Cayman and specializes in diving these dive sites. Scuba diving the east end of Grand Cayman is very diverse with around 50 dive sites that we have to choose from. Within these sites you will find options which boast incredible coral and marine life. Incredible wall dives which can start at around 40 feet and then plummet on a vertical wall into the abyss. The visibility in the area is among the best in the world, with 150 foot visibility not uncommon.
Grand Cayman Information
Grand Cayman is the most visited island by tourists and scuba divers alike. It has an international airport (Owen Roberts International) and acts as the major hub for all three of the islands. Most divers will find all they are looking for and more while staying on Grand Cayman. Grand Cayman has an incredible North Wall that plunges to over 1800 meters (6000 feet). It has an incredible range of marine life, with one of the highlights being Sting Ray City, where divemasters have been feeding a large group of stingrays for years. This is a fantastic location to view these graceful creatures in shallow water as they glide across the white sand bottom. There is also a turtle farm on the North Western tip of Grand Cayman which is home to a large population of Green Turtles which a certain number are released into the wild. This makes turtles a near certainty to see while diving the many sites of Grand Cayman.