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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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Three Towers

Three Towers

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Underwater Photography
  • - Underwater Videography
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - West Bay
Depth Coordinates
60ft 19.40000, -081.3897

Schooling jacks flirt above the yellow tube sponges springing from this wall dive. Although swimthroughs exist, black coral fills the tunnels making it inadvisable to attempt to pass by. The towers themselves are spectacular mounds covered in all manner of undersea life.

Schoolhouse Reef

Schoolhouse Reef

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Underwater Photography
  • - Underwater Videography
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - West Bay
Depth Coordinates
35ft 19.39306, -081.3897

A massively populated reef site, Schoolhouse is an extensive field of coral heads and grooves. Trunk fish interact with one another and crowded areas of grunts make for interesting studies of the local fish’s different personalities.

Hepp's Pipeline

Hepp's Pipeline

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Underwater Photography
  • - Underwater Videography
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - West Bay
Depth Coordinates
25ft 19.38538, -81.41645

Among the most healthy, colorful dive sites on the island the iconic mini wall another ten feet below you can easily have an hour’s bottom time. Nestled within the winding mini wall are often a variety of eels. Tiny Golden Tail eels, Morays, Vipers all make the site their home.

Big Tunnels

Big Tunnels

Grand Cayman
Category Location
  • - Underwater Photography
  • - Underwater Videography
  • - Scuba Diving
  • - West Bay
Depth Coordinates
55ft 19.36826, -81.41645

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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