In Activities, Family, Water Sports

There is something pure about heading out snorkeling.

Maybe it’s the simplicity of it. Everything you need you can easily carry in one hand, and once you’re ready to step off into the deep blue your hands are free and there’s nothing but you and the sea.

We are so fortunate in the Caymans to enjoy such incredible biodiversity in our waters. Reefs, fish, rays, turtles, whales, sharks, you name it – they all call the Caymans home. And with such pristine, clean water – benefitting in clarity from the lack of island runoff – you can see it all.

Swim close to the surface above the Wreck of the Cali, and you’ll be able to see it clear as day just 20 feet below. Perfect for beginners or those looking for a light snorkel – and just 50 yards off shore.

Cemetary Reef sits in just 10 feet of water, long and narrow, with spectacular and colorful life forms. It’s a brief walk away from our secluded spot on Seven Mile Beach, and is completely accessible for all ages.