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One of top ten dive sites in the world. Everything grows on the wall at the right depth. Plants and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Christopher H
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Do you like sheer dropoffs on a coral reef?

I've been diving Little Cayman's Bloody Bay Wall for over 20 years and I keep on coming back... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of top ten dive sites in the world. Everything grows on the wall at the right depth. Plants and critters just love the temperature. The other side is a sure drop to Davy Jones. So stay above the egde.

Thank Christopher H
Reviewed 28 August 2018

I've been diving Little Cayman's Bloody Bay Wall for over 20 years and I keep on coming back. There is plenty of fish mixed in with an eagle ray and/or an occasional reef shark. There are shoots and caverns that dig into the sea bed...More

Thank mhcrosthwait
Reviewed 16 August 2018

Typically when I snorkel on Grand Cayman,I am in 10-20 feet of water. This was the first place where the bottom dropped out to over 60 feet and the view was so clear you could see everything. Little Cayman was spectacular!

Thank dbuhl75
Reviewed 5 August 2018

This is Philippe Cousteau's 3rd favorite diving wall in the world, so that should tell you something. There is so much to see-- from juvenile trumpet fish and damsels to reef sharks and large barracudas. If you dive, you will love it.

Thank Katherine D
Reviewed 2 August 2018

Must-dive in Little Cayman, Bloody Bay Wall is very difficult to beat! Full of colourful creatures of the sea!

Thank Chloe L
Reviewed 24 July 2018

Great dive - excellent visibility. Numerous dive sites along the wall, each with a different theme. Little or no current, so it is an easy dive

Thank bari_b231
Reviewed 4 July 2018

This is an incredible dive site. The blue of the water is enough to make one want to cry. The coral and sea life are amazing.

Thank EastieGigi
Reviewed 25 May 2018

There are many spots on the wall where the boats can tie off to. Most of the locations have swim throughs which will take you down to 100' max. Then you can level off around 60-70' and enjoy the grouper, basket sponges, lobster...

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Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

Reef fish, turtles, barracuda, huge barrel sponges, interesting coral made for overall excellent diving. First week of May we had awesome viz, no current to speak of and the calmest water imaginable.

Thank Sefi13
Reviewed 14 May 2018

Bloody Bay Wall is one of my favorite wall dives. I have dove this site several times and am always taking in by it.

Thank 880brian
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22 May 2018|
Response from Cabogolfdeals | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can snorkel all along Bloody Bay Wall. The top of the reef is just 10-15ft, withe the wall dropping away to the abyss. There are a few spots you can get to from shoreline, but best to hop aboard a dive boat with... More
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Response from Balitraveller53 | Reviewed this property |
It's no more dangerous than diving anywhere. I'm not sure whether anyone has died at Bloody Bay Wall - unfortunately there are a number of diving and snorkelling related deaths in the Cayman Islands as a whole, but if you... More