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Water Tours in Caribbean

The Cayman Islands’ crystal clear Caribbean ocean is one of the many reasons why people choose to visit. So, you’ll want to enjoy those waters to the max while you’re here. Whatever your dream water excursion involves, you’re bound to find something to suit you in our extensive range of water based excursions.

If you want to jump in and get immersed, a snorkeling tour or scuba diving excursion is just what the Cayman doctor ordered. Explore the underwater world beneath the waves along with your expert guide. Take in all kinds of tropical fish, coral formations, and perhaps even sea turtles as you enjoy the best water activities Grand Cayman has to offer. Stingray City and Starfish Point are particular diving highlights in Grand Cayman.

If you prefer to stay on top of the water, then a boat excursion lets you enjoy the turquoise waters while still breathing air. For the best views, you could try a glass bottom boat tour, where huge glass panels will allow you to see everything that’s going on underwater, as brightly-colored plants and animals gently sway in the current. Or, for the ultimate in personalization, you can charter your own yacht, choosing exactly where you want the ship’s captain to take you - bliss!

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