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Little Cayman

Saturday, June 20, 2020 6:00 AM

Saturday, June 27, 2020 5:58 AM

Where is the best diving in the Caribbean? Little Cayman! Don't take our word for it, SCUBA Diving Magazine published an article called "Top 100 Reader's Choice Awards" Jan/Feb '15.
The Cayman Islands have been rated;

#1 Best Overall Diving
• #1 Best Marine Environment
• #1 Best Wall Diving
• #1 Best Underwater Photography

It was also awarded;
• #2 Best Overal Destination
• #2 Best Visibility
• #2 Best Macro

Little Cayman's 57 dive sites are mostly within the protected Marine Park, including the most famous dive site, Bloody Bay Wall. Diving in a Marine Park ensures that you experience pristine and abundant coral reefs that are loaded with fish and other marine animals. Are you a turtle person? You are most definitely going to see turtles here! The reef comes alive with turtles, eagle rays, reef sharks, massive groupers, and over 500 other species of marine life!
This Vacation is about total relaxation and diving! Included is; During your vacation, you will stay at the Little Cayman Beach Resort. Underwater 4World has reserved 11 of the 40 gorgeous, tropical inspired rooms. That means, that over 25% of the resort will be made up with Underwater World Divers! The Little Cayman Beach Resort has won the Trip Advisors Certificate of Excellence for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015!
$2295 PP for Pool View Room
$2560 PP for Ocean Front Room

  • 7 nights at Little Cayman Beach Resort w/2 per room
  • 6 days of 2 tank boat dives
  • 5 days of 1 tank afternoon boat dives
  • Use of dive computer
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner daily, including coffee, tea, juice, milk with meals
  • 3 drinks per night per person
  • Welcome Rum Punch
  • Manager's Cocktail Reception
  • Transfers to/from the Airport on the Island
  • Hotel Taxes

Not Included:
Airfare (we will add this at a later date as soon as pricing is available, but it will be R/T from JFK to LCBR)
Transportation to/from JFK(but we may get a shuttle)

Subtract $300 for a Non-Diver