Grand Cayman, the largest of the three islands, is known for its reefs, walls and wrecks, plus stingrays and turtles galore. Little Cayman is the least developed of the three islands, Its signature dive site is the Bloody Bay Wall, a sheer drop-off starting at ten metres. Dotted with caves and tunnels, the wall is rich with large coral heads and vibrant clusters of tube sponges teeming with marine life. Photographic opportunities abound on these reefs all year round. Cayman Brac offers the most dramatic topography on land and is home to more great diving, including the famous Russian Destroyer, until recently known as the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts.
Day1: Fly to Grand Cayman and overnight
Fly to Grand Cayman and check into your Grand Cayman hotel for one night on arrival. We suggest Sunset House.
Days2-8: Join your Cayman Islands liveaboard
During the week, weather permitting, you will have the opportunity to dive best of all three islands which includes the Russian Destroyer in Cayman Brac, Bloody Bay Wall in Little Cayman, and of course the Kittiwake in Grand Cayman.
On the last day the afternoon is spent on land before a sunset cocktail party to finish off your cruise (dinner at own expense)
Day9: Disembark and overnight in Grand Cayman
Disembark your liveaboard and check-in for a final night in resort. Alternatively, extend your stay to enjoy more of the Cayman Islands great diving.
Day10: Depart for home
Enjoy a day at leisure before your flight departs this evening.
Day11: Arrive UK
You should note: The above itinerary is a sample only and your actual liveaboard itinerary may vary. Marine park fees and fuel surcharges may apply. Prices based on a berth in a twin-share cabin.
Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 11 daysfrom £3,545 pp
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The smallest and least developed of the islands, Little Cayman offers a peaceful getaway with a flourishing wildlife above and under the water. Underwater highlights include the Bloody Bay Wall, with its colourful coral gardens and magnificent marine life.
Ideal for viewing: southern stingray, spotted eagle ray, white-tip reef shark, green turtle
Excellent for: Resort based diving, Family diving, Reef diving
Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands and home to the capital, George Town. Ideal for divers and snorkellers, the island is known for its coral reefs and underwater walls, as well as a number of shipwrecks, plus stingrays and turtles galore.
Ideal for viewing: southern stingray, spotted eagle ray, white-tip reef shark, Atlantic tarpon, green turtle
Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving, Family diving, Group diving, Technical diving, Underwater photography, Wreck diving
The rugged and dramatic limestone topography of Cayman Brac attracts adventurous divers from all over the world. Divers flock to explore the wreck of the Russian Frigate M/V Capt Keith Tibbetts and the pristine walls teeming with marine life.
Ideal for viewing: southern stingray, spotted eagle ray, white-tip reef shark, green turtle, black-tip reef shark
Excellent for: Resort based diving, Reef diving
This itinerary is available on the liveaboard shown below.
Please contact us for further recommendations.
This comfortable 33 metre liveaboard departs weekly for seven nights exploring the walls and wrecks of the Cayman Islands. It features all the modern amenities a diver could wish for, catering for photographers in particular.
Sunset House is a good value diving resort, situated less than a mile from George Town, with easy access to the water and fantastic views. Facilities include a pool and jacuzzi, a sea pool and on-site dive centre.