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Fun dive site with lots of structure

Little Cayman has protected much of it's reef and wall area for a long enough time that you notice... read more

Reviewed 22 November 2016
Sunkeytravel
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Idaho Falls, Idaho
Excellent Dive Site

Excellent dive site with lots of swim-throughs and plenty of room for divers to spread out. As... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2016
caribbeansoul2016
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Jupiter, Florida
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Diving spot featuring coral grown into a massive buttress at the edge of the wall.
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Reviewed 22 November 2016

Little Cayman has protected much of it's reef and wall area for a long enough time that you notice how good the fish life is. More groupers here than anywhere else I've been in the Caribbean, with the exception of Cuba. Protection makes all the...More

Thank Sunkeytravel
Reviewed 30 June 2016

Excellent dive site with lots of swim-throughs and plenty of room for divers to spread out. As shallow as 20 feet on top and the wall drops over 3,000 feet.

Thank caribbeansoul2016
Reviewed 24 May 2016

We did our second dive here and it would be awesome for the first deep dive of the day - many swim throughs that go pretty deep - we had to be careful as our max bottom depth was 60 feet - I would go...More

Thank Beanctr999
Reviewed 1 December 2015

Cumber's has interesting swim-throughs that start around 50 feet and come out on the wall close to 100 feet. It has both coral-encrusted and sandy areas. In the sand, you will find southern rays, occasional eagle rays, garden eels, peacock flounder, yellow-headed jawfish and head...More

Thank Manatee4Me
Reviewed 24 July 2015

This site was a nice site to start out week of diving with. As great as it was, the diving just kept getting better with every site we went to on little cayman.

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