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Category: Reefs; Bodies of Water
A massive hill of coral rising 20 feet from the top of a wall to within 50 feet of the surface.
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Category: Bodies of Water; Reefs
Dive spot not typically bustling with large marine life, but the sheer scope of this wall is captivating.
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Category: Reefs
Dive spot off Grand Cayman's West Side next to Big Tunnel featuring great topography.
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Category: Reefs
One of the 50 dive sites to be found off Grand Cayman's East End.
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Category: Reefs; Bodies of Water
Owner description: A massive drop-off slotted with deep canyons, holes and giant outcroppings of coral running downward with big sponges on... more » Owner description: A massive drop-off slotted with deep canyons, holes and giant outcroppings of coral running downward with big sponges on them. « less
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Category: Bodies of Water; Reefs
Site featuring a 20-foot diameter chute that starts at 70 feet and opens up on the wall at 100 feet.
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Category: Reefs
Popular dive site where several species of fish can be photographed.
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Category: Reefs
A large, white sand bottom canyon severing the edge of a cascading drop-off.
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Category: Reefs
Owner description: Features a collection of tunnels, alleys and swim-throughs out to the wall, including a massive passage at 90 feet that is... more » Owner description: Features a collection of tunnels, alleys and swim-throughs out to the wall, including a massive passage at 90 feet that is big enough to accommodate a medium-sized truck. « less
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Category: Bodies of Water; Reefs
One of the best dive sites for turtles off Grand Cayman.
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Category: Reefs
Popular dive spot.
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Category: Reefs
Located off Grand Cayman's South Side, this site offers beautiful canyons of coral with archways and tunnels.
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Category: Reefs
Dive spot on the East End of Grand Cayman.
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Category: Bodies of Water; Reefs
Owner description: One of the many places off Grand Cayman to sight groupers, schooling Permit, Horse-eye Jacks, African Pompano and,... more » Owner description: One of the many places off Grand Cayman to sight groupers, schooling Permit, Horse-eye Jacks, African Pompano and, occasionally, reef sharks or Hammerheads. « less
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Category: Bodies of Water; Caverns/ Caves
A giant coral grotto occupied by an estimated 50 supermale Parrotfish plus some 50 to 200 Tarpon.
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Category: Bodies of Water; Caverns/ Caves
As the name would suggest, this is a great area to spot grouper, as well as other marine life.
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Category: Historic Sites; Monuments/ Statues
One of Bodden Town's two defense points in the 18th century.
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Category: Monuments/ Statues; Historic Sites
Erected between 1907 and 1912, it's the regular meeting site for the men of the district to discuss politics.
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Category: Historic Sites
Local legend states that the site was one of the former capital’s three lines of defense against invading pirate marauders.
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Category: Reefs
Trenches running seaward through the reef that are interconnected by short tunnels and swim-throughs.
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: This interesting house was built in the 1930s by Carroll Henderson, who built the structure by setting thousands of seashells... more » Owner description: This interesting house was built in the 1930s by Carroll Henderson, who built the structure by setting thousands of seashells in concrete. « less
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Category: Reefs
Popular dive spot.
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