Halfway between Cuba and Jamaica are three islands who are -as they claim- the birthplace of recreational diving in the Caribbean: Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. Whether this is true or not, it is a fact that The Cayman Islands are one of the world's top dive destinations in the world. With the USS Kittiwake wreck, Stingray City and a turtle farm, exciting dives are guaranteed.

The Cayman’s have a small population of around 60,000, but every year over 1.5 million tourists visit the Cayman’s out of which more than three-quarters arrive by Cruise Ship. The Western Coastline of Grand Cayman, around Georgetown, is where the main tourists go, but when moving away from this area, the island(s) are far less crowded. Being the exposed top of an underwater mountain, the islands offer extraordinary opportunities for wall diving.

Grand Cayman has over 150 dive spots for all experience levels: wall-dives, shallow reefs, and wrecks, out of which the USS Kittiwake is the most famous one. Little Cayman and Cayman Brac also have numerous dive sites (over 50).

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