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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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Conch Point Reef

Conch Point Reef

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Free Diving
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - Shore Diving
  • - West Bay
Depth Coordinates
35ft 19.39746, -81.39233

Off from the Conch Point Villas where it derived its name this site is characteristic of the north wall and passing over the reef provides a beautiful view. The drop past here down the wall is sheer which creates overhangs and shallow caves to explore as you descend. Bring your spear gun as lionfish are often sited.

Ned's Tunnels

Ned's Tunnels

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - South Sound
Depth Coordinates
20ft 19.2664, -81.39233

A shallow site, you’ll have a very lengthy bottom time here amonst the elkhorn coral unique to the south side of Grand Cayman. A fast growing coral, Junenile fish love the recesses in the antler-like structures. A very popular swim through site that is not always accessible, Ned’s Tunnels is a dive master favorite.

Pedro's Reef

Pedro's Reef

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - Spotts Bay
Depth Coordinates
27ft 19.26645, -81.29436

Pedro’s Reef’s main feature is a cavernous swim through bisecting the overhead reef. With pillars in the middle and shafts of light, this small cavern within the reef is a fun place to spend some time scanning for shy fish. Back above the reef, look for the occasional green moray, mouth gaping, within the bumps and bends of coral.

Chub Hole

Chub Hole

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Snorkeling
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - East End
Depth Coordinates
25ft 19.35046, -81.29436

Deep cuts drop you between monolithic pillars of coral and swim through entrances appear through the clear water as you reach the sandy bottom. These tunnels are great places in summer for finding thousands of schooling silversides being preyed upon by large, brutish-looking tarpon. Chubs school above you in the shallows providing vertical photo opportunities.

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