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We were recommended this beach for the snorkelling which was indeed excellent. It is a beautiful beach which we really enjoyed. Our only gripe was that on the day we visited, my three children and I all experienced these tiny little stings when we were...More
We stopped here to check out the snorkeling. Not very crowded, beautiful white sand. You had to swim out pretty far before you saw fish. We did see nice fish. Two fish kept bothering us, think they wanted fed. One bit my husbands finger guess...More
Cemetery Beach is a lovely, secluded beach behind a cemetery lined with large shade trees. There are no facilities, but it felt perfectly safe to leave your towels and snacks on the beach while you snorkel. The reef is a quite a little swim from...More
Amazing spot. Not very many people there. Park next to the cemetery on west bay road. Small path on north side takes you to the beach. A couple of picnic tables and some shade trees. There are a couple of section of reef. To the...More
We're staying at the Sea Breeze which is directly in front of Cemetery Reef. The cemetery is next to us. Good snorkeling. Lots to see. If you want to see Kittywake, a wrecked ship, it is probably too far for most by snorkeling (even if...More
Enjoyed our 2 trips here to snorkel. The rock outcropping right off shore was truly unique and was more impressive than the low reef. Sunset was phenomenal. Several groups of folks gathered around sunset for beer parties, too much trash for my tastes.
Heard about this place from a fellow vacationer. Asked a local and they seemed to not know what I was talking about. Decided to go based on TripAdvisor reviews. So glad we did!
Excellent, quiet beach. Lots of shells. Beautiful snorkeling. Follow the other advice...More
This was the best snorkel spot that WE VISITED in our week on Grand Cayman. And we snorkeled everyday in multiple places all over the island. Shade and sun, picnic tables, beautiful wide sand beach, and smaller volumes of visitors. No public bathrooms.