Tropical Scuba Trip: Little Cayman Island
Little Cayman Island
November 16 – 23, 2019
$1,930.00 (diver) plus airfare
Non-diver $1,680.00 plus airfare
Join Deep Six on this dive trip to Little Cayman Island Beach Resort.
Prices are based on double occupancy – airfare is additional.
Call us today to hold your spot.
A non-refundable deposit of $500.00 per person is now due.
· 7 nights in a Pool View Room (Ocean Front upgrade
· Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily
· 6 days x 2-tank morning boat dives
· 5 days x 1-tank afternoon boat dives
· Dive trip to Cayman Brac
· Dive trip to MV Captain Keith Tibetts’ wreck
· Tanks and weights
· Complimentary use of dive computer
· Welcome rum punch
· $100.00 resort credit per paid diver (diver’s only)
· Free Wifi
· "Manager´s Cocktail Reception"
· Airport transfers
· Resort fees, taxes and gratuities (except dive boat gratuities)
There are three Cayman Islands in the Caribbean (Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman)—around 90 miles south of Cuba. Little Cayman is the smallest and least developed of the islands and is known for its incredible scenery. It is probably one of the most peaceful places on earth, with an abundance of wild life. It’s only 10 miles long, 1 mile wide, and has a population of fewer than 170 people. This island is unique because there is no vegetation or sediment along the shorelines, providing amazing water clarity that makes for superb visibility year-round.
Though the island is small, it has a diverse range of dive sites, so there’s something to suit every skill level. Some sites are as shallow as 15 feet, which make them popular for snorkeling, as well.
Although dive sites circle the island it’s the north side that is the real draw. The two most popular sites here are Bloody Bay Wall and Jackson’s Wall. The walls are covered in large sponges and black coral trees. The diverse wildlife includes eagle rays, turtles, sharks, and eels. Meanwhile, other sites provide swim-through caves, chimneys, and beautiful tropical fish.
This island offers up some of the biggest dive adventures you will find in the Caribbean. The resorts are small and inviting, the dive operations are experienced and service-oriented and the locals are helpful and friendly. If you are looking for a most memorable dive vacation, then consider putting Little Cayman on the top of your list.