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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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    Turtle Reef

    Turtle Reef

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Recreational Dive Sites
    • - West Bay
    Depth Coordinates
    20ft 19.38275, -81.41663

    Among the best shore sites for both scuba diving and snorkeling, climb down Macabuca’s ladder watched by interested restaurant patrons and into the sheltered entrance to the site. If you’re dive certified this is a fantastic night dive with octopus coming out of their slumber and coral extending its polyps for a unique experience.

    Three Trees

    Three Trees

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - Seven Mile Beach
    Depth Coordinates
    40ft 19.35046, -81.41663

    In front of the Courtyard Marriott this shallow site has a large crack in the reef that provides a hiding place for the more furtive fish, eels, and crustaceans. Sandy patches divide the mini wall reef with turtles gliding between the gaps to feed on sponge life.

    Smith's Cove

    Smith's Cove

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - Shore Diving
    • - George Town
    Depth Coordinates
    32ft 19.27576, -81.39318

    A local hot spot, Smith Cove is a great beach location for snorkeling, barbecueing, or just hanging out in the sun. Walk right into the water from the beach and head left or right for shallow mounds of coral. Most of the year this west side area is protected from the weather making it calm and swimmable nearly every day.

    Grouper Grotto

    Grouper Grotto

    Grand Cayman
    Category Location
    • - Snorkeling
    • - Scuba Diving
    • - East End
    Depth Coordinates
    25ft 19.29628, -81.39318

    Although named for grouper, in summer tarpon and silversides steal the show here. Clouds of silversides are so thick you’ll lose your dive buddy within several feet. Several canyons and swimthroughs are close to the line so you never have to go far to see these sights.

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