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The water was very clear when we snorkeled here. We saw quite a variety of marine life including squid and a stingray.
The beach is great and can give kids of all ages a good opportunity to build whatever sand creation their heart desires.
My husband and I were staying at the Marriott and hopped on the "Public Bus" one morning to check out the snorkeling at Cemetery Beach/Reef.
We swam out a little ways and first spotted a Needlefish, as we got closer to the reef area (about...More
We went here for snorkeling and it is off the beat path of 7 mile beach. We swam out about 80 yards to a beautiful reef full of fish. There were some closer, but this one had way more fish. The beach does not have...More
Best to go just after 1300-1400, that way you avoid the cruise ship passengers, not that there are a lot, but you can end up being the only ones there! A chair would be ideal as there are trees for shade, but just a towel...More
This was one of my favorite island snorkel spots, before I became a diver. Great little beach with shade and very good snorkeling, a short swim out from the beach. Just respect the gravesites, as you pass through to the beach, after parking or getting...More
I went to a bunch of west Grand Cayman snorkeling sites and this was my favorite. The reef, however, is a ways out from the beach. Just swim straight out from where you enter the beach and you'll see it. LOTS of jellyfish!
There were no bathrooms or showers at cemetery beach. The only beach area that we went to that had public showers and restrooms was up at Rum Point. But I think I remember reading Smiths Cove has restrooms but we did not... More
There were no bathrooms or showers at cemetery beach. The only beach area that we went to that had public showers and restrooms was up at Rum Point. But I think I remember reading Smiths Cove has restrooms but we did not personally go there.