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Learning to Dive

For little ones and teens, there are lots of educational and fun water-based activities like scuba diving and snorkeling in which to participate while parents are out diving and exploring the more advanced walls and dive sites of the Cayman Islands. Programs range from half-day to full week-long activities, including SASY and BubbleMakers (from age five), Rangers or Seals (from age eight), Junior Open Water Diver (from age ten) and, of course, guided diving excursions to the shallow reefs, Stingray City (shore dive) and the Kittiwake (wreck dive).

Programs range from pool sessions to ocean adventures and missions, with kids learning about marine life, fish identification, coral reefs, underwater photography, shipwrecks – or even cruising on an underwater scooter. With Cayman's shallow reefs close to shore, there's no better way to make new ambassadors for the ocean than having the kids join you on your Caribbean diving adventures. Make it a family affair.