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Cayman Island Tourism Association P.O. Box 31086 1320 West Bay Road Grand Cayman KY1-1205 Cayman Island
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Blackie's Hole

Blackie's Hole

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - George Town
Depth Coordinates
50ft 19.27228, -81.3956

This site is named after its signature pitch black swim through although when you get within this undersea mound, shafts of light fall through the ceiling illuminating the area. Thick clouds of silversides and their enemy the tarpon are a brilliant highlight in the summer months.

Top Secret

Top Secret

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - East End
Dive # Depth Coordinates
225 35ft 19.35708, -81.3956

Massive pillar coral are the star of the show on this site. A slow growing and rare coral, the stands on Top Secret are over twelve feet tall. Fish school between the pillars from squirrel fish to jacks along with eels nestling towards the bottom.

Northern Lights

Northern Lights

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - East End
Dive # Depth Coordinates
153 55ft 19.35491, -81.162

All colors in the light spectrum fill this vibrant dive site leading to its name. The topography gradually spills down the wall with tube sponges dotting the terrain.

Big Tunnels

Big Tunnels

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Underwater Photography
  • - Underwater Videography
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - West Bay
Depth Coordinates
55ft 19.36826, -81.162

Big Tunnels is among the best dives on Grand Cayman. A jutting limestone pinnacle starts off the dive with schooling horse eyed jacks cirling its center, leading to the big tunnel. A cavernous swim through with rope sponges and sea whips protruding from the porous walls, you’ll exit at nearly 105 feet so watch your gauge!

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