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Favorite dive spot!

Me (17), my sister (16), my brother (14) and my dad went diving here with Cayman Turtle Divers. By... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2017
Hannahlikestheocean
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Lake Worth, Florida
via mobile
Great dive, lots of life

Great dive at this site. The swim thrus are a nice feature but the life here is what makes it worth... read more

Reviewed 20 November 2016
Rob N
,
Marianna, Florida, United States
via mobile
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Dive site featuring deep canyons, formations of overlapping plate coral and narrow passageways leading down the wall.
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23 Mar 2017
“Favorite dive spot! ”
19 Nov 2016
“Great dive, lots of life”
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Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

Me (17), my sister (16), my brother (14) and my dad went diving here with Cayman Turtle Divers. By far my favorite dive spot ever!!! Tons of swim throughs and sea life.

Thank Hannahlikestheocean
Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

Great dive at this site. The swim thrus are a nice feature but the life here is what makes it worth it. Saw a couple of Hawksbill Turtles as well as a variety of other marine life. Worth diving more than once.

Thank Rob N
Reviewed 9 January 2016

We dove Trinity Caves while we were aboard the Aggressor. There is a great swim through where we saw a lobster. We also saw 2 turtles and many other beautiful fish and coral.

Thank kmalmberg1
Reviewed 16 December 2015 via mobile

This dive location has many great swim throughs, over hangs and great scenery. There is also a very friendly nurse shark that followed us the whole dive. An eel can usually be seen here too. I would recommend diving here.

Thank johndwilliams
Reviewed 30 November 2015

Our dive at Trinity Caves began with transiting one of the three swim-troughs for which the site is named. At approximately 25 yards long and with sunlight visible from both ends, it was a fun experience. A narrow crack along the length the tunnel's ceiling...More

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Reviewed 1 July 2014

I went June 30 with CTD and Al, their marine biologist, and my family including 15 year old. Beautiful sight, saw eel, crabs, lion fish, and what an adventure diving those caves. Beautiful dive with wonderful outfit. In a Cayman, I suggest you call CTD,...More

Thank CT K
Reviewed 18 March 2012

Went there on a dive with Living the Dream divers, this is an excellent dive experience and good to go with a diving company who gives you a good tour!

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