This secluded beach is surrounded by shallow, clear waters and is the perfect place to see colorful starfish in their natural habitat. These calm creatures are the main highlight of this area. Just remember it is illegal to take them out of the water. These unique animals have no brain and no bloo... Read More
Some of the best diving sites in the world are in the Cayman Islands.
With over 365 dive sites, you will be able to discover colorful, coral reefs, stingrays gliding along sandbars and mysterious, sunken ships.
Take your adventures to a new level when you dive nearly 70 feet below the water to exp... Read More
A quick boat ride will get you to this popular sandbar where you can socialize with the oddly adorable, wild stingrays. They will glide so close to you that their fins will brush against your skin and they will eat right out of your hand. Professional guides are available to help you know how to s... Read More
This gravel path is 200 years old and will take you over two miles of trails that wind through a nature reserve of mangrove swamps and woodlands. It is a natural preserve of the island’s most unique plants and wildlife. Some parts of the footpath are over rocky, jagged limestone which makes this ... Read More
This adventure was millions of years in the making as single drops of water created the crystal formations of spectacular stalactites and stalagmites. Fossils of shells and animals showed that originally these caves were underwater but as sea levels changed, they became accessible to people. For h... Read More
Swimming in a lagoon full of colorful, marine life and giant sea turtles will be the highlight of your vacation. Some of the older ones weigh more than 500 pounds. You can interact with the yearling turtles as they swim and play in one of the wading pools. In the hatchery, you can watch new, lit... Read More
Are you afraid to go deep sea diving? No need for diving lessons. You can still explore the underwater world of the Indian Ocean from the air-conditioned comfort of a passenger submarine. You will see coral reefs and colorful, tropical fish as you descend 100 feet below the surface of the sea. T... Read More