Dive Center - Reef Resort Grand Cayman

Dive Center - Reef Resort Grand Cayman address

West bay road, seven mile beach, 30238 George town, Cayman Islands

Dive Center - Reef Resort Grand Cayman - Photo Gallery

Dive Center - Reef Resort Grand Cayman description

Dive Center - Reef Resort Grand Cayman basic informations

Wyndham Reef Resort on Grand Cayman's tranquil East End has teamed up with world class dive operator White Sand Water Sports to offer you the best Grand Cayman dive vacation! Whether you are an avid diver, beginner or a mixed family of divers and non-divers.

The Cayman Islands is world famous for its legendary scuba diving. With over 365 dive sites to choose from, warm waters temperature and spectacular clarity means you could dive every day year round! Recently awarded the WORLD'S TOP DIVING DESTINATION by 'Diving' magazine, the Cayman Islands have long been known for their crystal clear waters, teeming with tropical fish and some of the most diverse marine life on the planet. So it won't surprise you to know that it's a Scuba Divers 'Mecca' here in Grand Cayman, especially in East End where it is still considered virgin territory. Some of the most sought after dive sites in the world are right here just minutes from the shoreline of Wyndham Reef Resort.

Languages spoken: English

Facilities and services: On-site reef and Private pier

Free cancelation

Pay at dive center





Day trip dive prices; full equipment + boat + guide (USD/person)

2 dives

Price at the dive center

1 dive voucher booked

3 dive vouchers booked

5 dive vouchers booked

60 USD

60 USD

54 USD (-10%)

54 USD (-10%)

48 USD (-20%)

48 USD (-20%)

42 USD (-30%)

42 USD (-30%)



Dive sites


Eagle Ray Pass dive site

Eagle Ray Pass

Eagle Ray Pass

Eagle Ray Pass

Open water divers
Dive depth: 16 - 25m
Visibility: 10 - 30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Reef and Shark
A deep coral chasm leading to the wall. It is an awesome formation with towering coral heads, coral archways and narrow crevices-filled with magnificent sponges, gorgonian fans and black coral.

Oro Verde dive site

Oro Verde

Oro Verde

Oro Verde

Open water divers
Dive depth: 10 - 15m
Visibility: 30 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Big fishes, Reef and Wreck
Grand Cayman's most popular wreck dive. Lying on the white sand bottom in 50 feet of water; this 184 foot steel freighter has become a refuge for all types of marine life.

Oro Verde marine life

Fish: Great barracuda
Mamals: Hawksbill sea turtle

Stingray City dive site

Stingray City

Stingray City

Stingray City

Open water divers
Dive depth: 1 - 2m
Visibility: 10 - 30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Ambience, Big fishes and Reef
Regarded as the most unique shallow dive in the entire Caribbean. The site consists of a wide sand channel that runs parallel to the barrier reef and allows North Sound to empty on an outgoing tide.

Stingray City marine life

Fish: Southern stingray, Yellow-tail snapper

Sunset Reef dive site

Sunset Reef

Sunset Reef

Sunset Reef

Open water divers
Dive depth: 4 - 18m
Visibility: 10 - 30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Night dive, Reef and Shore
A popular shore dive directly off Sunset House Resort. It's only a 200 foot swim from the hotel's pier and the reef profile slopes gradually from 17 feet - 55 feet. The reef is loaded with hard corals, small sponges, seawhips and other lovely gorgonians.

Eagle Ray Rock dive site

Eagle Ray Rock

Eagle Ray Rock

Eagle Ray Rock

Advanced open water divers
Dive depth: 17 - 25m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Wall
A beautiful wall dive on the corner of the West side's southwest point. This location was named for the eagle rays frequently seen cruising along this section of the drop-off.

The Maze dive site

The Maze

The Maze

The Maze

Open water divers
Dive depth: 15 - 40m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Cave, Reef and Wall
A deep dive of up to 100 feet and can be affected by inclement weather but is worth the effort. With many swim-throughs in the fissures and caves, these will lead the diver into semi-darkness and out into the beautiful blue wall.

Babylon dive site

Babylon

Babylon

Babylon

Open water divers
Dive depth: 12 - 17m
Visibility: 10 - 30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Reef and Wall
Named after the famous hanging gardens, this site is a "must see" and a favourite among divers. Babylon is loaded with sea fans, large tube sponges, not to mention beautiful fish such as Parrot fish or Queen Angel fish.

Gail's Mountain dive site

Gail's Mountain

Gail's Mountain

Gail's Mountain

Open water divers
Dive depth: 12m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Reef and Shoal
An extraordinary coral formation perched on the edge of the drop-off. In fact, it is the only formation of its kind known to exist off Cayman. It is around 250 feet across at the base, rises to within 40 feet of the surface and is flat on the top.

Snapper Hole dive site

Snapper Hole

Snapper Hole

Snapper Hole

Open water divers
Dive depth: 9 - 11m
Visibility: 20 - 30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Cave, Reef and Wreck
This dizzy labyrinth of tunnels, lined with lobster and eels, hosts a school of tarpon at almost each turn. They congregate there to feed on the rainstorm of silversides that often fill the passages to overflowing. Look for the anchor of the 1872 wreck Methusalem at the end of the last tunnel.

Sentinel Rock dive site

Sentinel Rock

Sentinel Rock

Sentinel Rock

Rescue and experienced divers
Dive depth: 26 - 30m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Wall
A unique coral pinnacle jutting straight up from a steeply sloping drop-off at a depth of 90 feet. There is a horizontal tunnel piercing the center and filled with a collection of black coral and colorful sponges.

White Stroke Canyon dive site

White Stroke Canyon

White Stroke Canyon

White Stroke Canyon

Open water divers
Dive depth: 9 - 29m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Reef and Wall
A coral wall that almost defies description. The immense formation literally dwarfs the diver and vividly portrays the grandeur of the North Wall drop-offs.

White Stroke Canyon marine life

Fish: Polygon moray

Balboa dive site

Balboa

Balboa

Balboa

Snorkeling and free diving
Dive depth: 9 - 29m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Night dive and Wreck
A 375 foot steel hulled freighter that sank during the great hurricane of 1932. Her dynamited remains are scattered over 7 acres of ocean bottom.

Balboa marine life

Fish: Trumpetfish

Grouper Grotto dive site

Grouper Grotto

Grouper Grotto

Grouper Grotto

Open water divers
Dive depth: 15 - 20m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Cave and Reef
A shallow 65 foot maximum dive. This site is full of Nassau grouper and several species of jacks. At the reef crest there are numerous caves, tunnels and coral blocks.

Grouper Grotto marine life

Fish: Nassau grouper, Crevalle jack, Horse-eye jack, Bar jack

Round Rock East dive site

Round Rock East

Round Rock East

Round Rock East

Advanced open water divers
Dive depth: 30 - 35m
Visibility: 20 - >30m
Current: none - slightknots
Water temperature: 27 - 30℃
Dive type: Deep, Reef and Wall
A large coral rampart that juts out from the face of the wall and helps form a gigantic basket sponge found at 105 feet.