The Cayman Islands are uniquely positioned in the dive world to offer both advanced diving at the deeper sites off the East End and along the vast Cayman Wall, as well as family-friendly and novice-diver activities at sites like the famous (and more accessible) Stingray City. With Ocean Frontiers you’ll have immediate access to some of the finest sites off the East End –– like the wall dives at Three Sisters and Jack McKenny’s Canyons –– and the varied marine life at Shark Alley and Snapper Hole. There are also plenty of topside activities such as a visit to the Cayman Turtle Farm –– the successful turtle-release program has integrated more than 28,000 turtles into Caymanian waters. Every condo at Compass Point resort is oceanfront and includes a kitchen to keep the food bill to a minimum. So if you’re looking for a place for varied levels of divers, or one that allows you to pack up the family for a quick getaway without sacrificing your precious time underwater (or breaking the bank), Grand Cayman is the place to be.
Make It Happen
Three-night “Bust Into Summer” dive packages start at as little as $390 per person based on four people sharing a condo ($555 double occupancy) and include one two-tank dive per day, a rental car and a barbecue on Wednesday nights. You can add additional nights for $140 per person, which includes diving and rental-car extension.