Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands; Its white sandy beaches and vibrant coral reefs are the island’s hallmarks. Grand Cayman is known for "Stingray City", a series of shallow sandbars in the North Sound where southern stingrays abound, and the "deep wall", which surrounds the entire island. With an average water temperature of 85°F, the Cayman Islands offer year-round water sports in its pristine oceans. No matter what your interests are, there is something here for everyone to love.
About the Resort: Cobalt Coast Resort - Grand Cayman
Cobalt Coast is your ideal vacation getaway, situated on the Northwest shore of Grand Cayman in a secluded, tranquil setting with spectacular views of the inviting Caribbean Sea. Enjoy spectacular oceanfront seating at our open-air restaurant or catch a romantic sunset over dinner. Cobalt Coast is unique in that is it located off the beaten track but has spectacular snorkeling and shore diving accessible just a few steps from your accommodations. Stay and dive - or just relax - and you’ll see why so many people return!
Diving Grand Cayman:
From wrecks like the USS Kittiwake to the reefs abound with turtles, fish and corals, there is something for everyone to love off the coasts of Grand Cayman. The island is surrounded by a bountiful coral reef, likened to the Great Barrier Reef, as well as "The Wall". The famous "Grand Cayman Wall" encompasses the whole island and offers dive sites on all sides. Frequent visitors of the wall include parrot fish, barracuda, eagle rays, green sea turtles, hawksbill turtles and even the occasional hammerhead.
What's Included? 7 nights accommodations, 6 2-tank boat dives, breakfast, lunch and dinner, unlimited shore diving, nitrox upgrade available
What's Not included? Alcohol, gratuities, flights and marine park fees.
DBL Occupancy $1,550
Single Occupancy $2,000