Dive Itineraries

Dive Itineraries

Scuba Diving in the
Cayman Islands

If you were born to dive, then the Cayman Islands is your inheritance. As the home of the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame, we play host to divers from all over the planet. Now, it’s your turn to build a trip around our briny deep.

Create your dive itinerary with the kind of Cayman you find here and experience the best diving in the Caribbean.

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From attractions to local businesses, explore a taste of what the Cayman Islands has to offer below.

Your Questions Answered

What is the weather like?

Our rainy season is from May to October and our dry season is from November to April. This doesn’t mean it rains constantly or rarely during these respective times. The names of the seasons simply reflect the trends in our region. It’s common in summer to have brief showers in the afternoon and occasional rain in the mornings. Rainfall tends to be higher in the western parts of our islands.

How do I get to the Sister Islands?

Cayman Airways Express has numerous flights daily from Grand Cayman to Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. You can make reservations at www.caymanairways.com.

Local Tips

"Divers say the perfect Monday evening on Grand Cayman starts with an awesome mini-wall shore dive off Sundivers ladder. Followed by the delicious seaside buffet at Macabuca,and finished off by a fabulous night dive:D"

Local Tips

"One of the best places to take a break from the sun is underwater. The Cayman islands has some of the best marine life and reefs in the world. There are even underwater statues on some of Cayman's reefs! You can explore art in a totally different way by scuba diving. Just book a dive excursion with one of the Islands' many dive operators like Divetech and they'll make sure you see it all."