Wall dives. There are no other dives like them. The opportunity to float in “space” as you look away from the reef into the deep blue of the ocean is amazing. In Grand Cayman you can look down on the wall on the north dive sites and realize it is about 4,000 ft to the bottom.
Great wall dives surround Grand Cayman. There is often 100+ feet visibility along with great corals and a wide variety of marine life especially on the North/East end.
There are a number of great wall dives around the world, but I must admit I am partial to the Cayman Islands. You can find other very good wall dives in Honduras, Canada, Palau and Mexico, but to me there is no comparison to the Cayman Islands. The visibility, the ease of access, the variety of marine life, the vibrant corals all set Grand Cayman apart from other wall dive opportunities. The North Wall is mecca for wall divers, with almost 50 different dive sites, from the legendary Babylon, to Andes Wall, to Eagle Ray Pass to many, many others. These dive sites often have visibility of over 200 feet, amazing corals, sharks, rays and much more.
The north end of Grand Cayman can be a little rough, but the dive sites are well worth the trip.
There are a number of great dive operators on the island. I would check out Red Sail sports. They have a good diver operation and we have diving with them for over 15 years. Don’t forget to mention that you I sent you their way.