Thanks to the arrival of Cayman Airlines at Denver International Airport (DIA), the Cayman Islands are just a flight away. From world famous dive sites to delicious food (can you say jerk chicken and all the Rum Cake you can eat) and one of the world’s longest beaches, we can’t say enough good things about the Caymans. If you’re looking for your next dive destination, one of these islands may be for you:
Why you should go to Grand Cayman: Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman islands and offers endless adventures (plus this is the destination of the direct flight out of Denver.) You can snorkel with rays in Stingray City, or dive world famous wrecks like the Kittiwake. The Turtle Farm is an unforgettable excursion. In the evening, there are plentiful restaurants and shopping all over the island. Or if you just want to relax top side, Rum Point and Seven Mile Beach offer a perfect slice of paradise.
Why you should go to Little Cayman: Little Cayman is the smallest of the Cayman Islands, giving it a quaint island charm. The dive sites along Bloody Bay Wall and Jackson Bight are packed full of life. Top side adventurers can enjoy cycling around the remote island, while history buffs can dig into the Little Cayman Museum. Little Cayman is also home to The Hungry Iguana, one of our favorite “dive bars” in the Caribbean.
Why you should go to Cayman Brac: Cayman Brac is the “middle child” of the Cayman Islands. The dive sites are varied, with amazing wrecks like the MV Captain Keith Tibbits Wreck. Dive enthusiasts also enjoy the caves in Cayman Brac for a truly unique adventure.
Why you should book a liveaboard in The Caymans: A Cayman liveaboard is the only way to have the chance to enjoy the best parts of each island. Our 2020 Cayman Trip will hit all of our favorite sites with one of the best crews in the Caymans. Click here for more info or call the shop to sign up for this unforgettable adventure.
We have years of experiences diving, guiding, and even living in the Cayman Islands. Give our travel department a call for more info on this world class region of Caribbean diving.