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Starfish and Stingray City Adventure with Snorkeling

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Enjoy three top Grand Cayman attractions in one trip without transport worries or the need to purchase snorkel equipment on this boat adventure. Swim near rays in their natural environment at Stingray City—with instructions from your guides—waft over Coral Garden’s reefs, and snorkel over the starfish-studded seabed of Starfish Beach. Refreshments, plus central George Town and Seven Mile Beach hotel and port pickup and drop-off complete your trip.
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Una44 Zeb wrote a review Jul 2020
Syracuse, New York40 contributions31 helpful votes
Dove this twice with a guide from Eden Rock. The reefs are great. The swim throughs are fantastic. Would definitely do this place again.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CarriePhiladelphia wrote a review Apr 2020
Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania58 contributions43 helpful votes
Some people like walls, and others like wrecks, but I love a colorful reef with interesting topography and tons of underwater life. Devil’s Grotto is everything I wanted and more. From one swim-through to another, it was a never ending series of gorgeous sights that never stopped holding your interest. It was like an underwater theme park for divers. This location was by far the best of our ten dives on this trip, and I’d love to go back again.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jason S wrote a review Mar 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina24 contributions7 helpful votes
A short swim NW from Don Fosters takes you close enough to descend on a vibrant and healthy reef. The grotto is a simple swim through with striking contrasts of light and dark. A large school of Tarpon have taken home here. Just south of the grotto are some coral heads teaming with sea life. Also seen: Hawksbill turtles, moray eels, southern rays. hogfish, grouper, lobster, blennies, garden eel.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Capt_Rons_Diving wrote a review Feb 2020
Norristown, Pennsylvania107 contributions24 helpful votes
Devils Grotto is always a nice fun dive. Great views of wildlife and shallow dives. Reasonably priced
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Date of experience: January 2020
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1234texas wrote a review Jan 2020
Dripping Springs, Texas1,817 contributions3,056 helpful votes
As I mentioned in some of the other reviews from this trip, we did not do any scuba diving on this trip, but in the past we have done numerous dives on all the Grand Cayman walls. Dives on sites you have previously done are not quite as exciting as doing a new one! Sadly, we did not arrange any of the better dives in advance--dumb! This is a beautiful little dive that can easily be arranged in advance and made to fit into your free time off the cruise ship. The cruise ships will typically NOT offer dive trips--you need to set this up on your own in advance. The site is right in the Georgetown Harbor--a few hundred feet from where the tenders dock. Snorkeling is possible on this site, but the dive is really beautiful. It abuts the Eden Rock dive site--which is also a good shallow dive. Snorkeling is also easily arranged on these sites. In retrospect, I wish we had taken our granddaughter on this snorkeling trip, but her brother is not a avid about it as she is.... For new snorkelers, this is a great experience to see just how beautiful the underwater can be! The snorkeling on Cozumel does not AT ALL compare to this one! For people cruising out of Galveston, remember this fact and plan to go here--not to the Cozumel snorkel trip...and this one will be far less expensive! As an added bonus, you will have ample free time to enjoy Georgetown--once again, far better than Cozumel!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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