The Cayman Islands always exceeds the expectations of the visitors with its turquoise water and tropical weather, flaunting the mesmerizing view that visitors hold onto even after getting back with their routine. While many limit their Cayman tours to exploring the surroundings on land, some go beyond it to try a multitude of watersports. After all isn’t the island famous for that?
But have you ever wondered about exploring the treasure held beneath the tranquil sea of the Caribbean without getting wet or undertaking the mandatory training lessons for it? If the answer is a resounding yes and all this while these reasons were holding you back, it is about time to explore the marine world of the Cayman Islands. Yes, it is undoubtedly possible with the underwater tour of the submarine.
Below are some of the astonishing marvels of the underwater tourist attractions in Grand Cayman that will leave you awestruck.
Does aquatic life fascinate you? If so, then leave everything that you are doing and reserve your Cayman underwater tour. The aquatic life of the Caribbean water will give you an unforgettable experience by acquainting you with the unusual creatures.
The Caribbean sea is crowded with the appalling endemic species that will surprise your children more than you. It comprises of fascinating snappers, groupers, turtles, and tropical fishes like Parrotfish, Damselfish, Barracuda, Hammerhead Shark, nurse shark, and many more.
Adorning the underwater walls of the sea, the colourful corals unite together to form reef and delight the children and adults alike. They add splashing colour in the azure and clear water of the Cayman Islands and make it a picturesque experience for the spectators to see it closely.
What else could a History fanatic want more than a blend of entertainment and historical exploration in the Cayman underwaters? The thrilling experience of learning about the history of Grand Cayman through the shipwrecks is enough to lure people into exploring underwater.
The famous wreck of Balboa and Cali have a fascinating history and seeing them live will be worth every ounce of the energy you invest in your submarine voyage. Balboa was a 375-foot freighter that was traveling from Cuba and sank in Grand Cayman in 1932. Whereas Cali was a freighter built in 1900 and was fitted with an engine in 20’s. Later, while it was loaded with heavy bags of rice, the hull leaked leading to dividing it in two and settling underwater in Grand Cayman where it is now.
What to do in the Cayman Islands? Relax on your chair or seat and feel the serenity that surrounds you when watching it. The sea is as beautiful as the land and even more when you choose submarine night tour in the Cayman Islands. The bioluminescence makes the night sea seem like a stolen scene from a movie.
Wallow in the underwater marvel of the Cayman Islands and indulge in the unprecedented experience. No matter how many times you revel in its beauty, each of your trip will be different from that of the previous one because you never know which aquatic creature you will encounter in your cruise.