Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Sister Islands

Ready to check out the best sites in Sister Islands for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 18 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Sister Islands to suit your needs.
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Marilyn's Cut

#1 - Marilyn's Cut

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Wall and Coral Heads. I can recommend the Southern Cross Club. Bloody Bay Marine Park, North Side. This is the end of Jerry's territory. Boat is best.
Black Hole

#2 - Black Hole

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Fingers of Coral and a Wall South Side of the Island
Soto Trader Wreck

#3 - Soto Trader Wreck

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Soto Trader was sunk by a combination Alcohol in April 1975, Incompetence, Smoking and Explosive Elements, unfortunately 2 people died. Vessel size: 120 foot long by 30 foot wide. South Side. Boat is best.
MV Captain Keith Tibbetts

#4 - MV Captain Keith Tibbetts

Cayman, Cayman Brac

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The MV Captain Keith Tibbetts was sunk in 1996 as an artificial reef. Since then, coral has grown nicely on the wreck. The wreck has since had its back broken by a Winter Nor'Wester storm which has resulted in a nice debris field amidships. It remains an interesting wreck with plenty to see on the outside, plus there's a couple of well-known and reasonably safe penetration opportunities. Fish life is present and is typical for the region, with local DMs often aware of where a resident Scorpionfish or two are residing. The area off the bow of the ship leads out into a deeper sandflat area, and then coral formations at the wall dropoff. This area is not frequented by most divers who come to this mooring, partly because it isn't the wreck proper, but also because the dropoff starts deep, in approximately 110fsw. As with any bluewater dropoff, pelagics can occasionally be spotted in this area. The MV Keith Tibbetts rests on the northern shores of Cayman Brac. It is generally accessible only by boat, but can also be accessed (via a long swim) from the 'Bucaneer' shore access point: take a compass bearing off of one of the mooring balls and expect a moderate longitudinal current (typically east to west, which would be right-to-left on the swim out). By boat, the site is moored (generally two moorings directly on the wreck, one forward and one to stern). The shore landmark to find the moorings is a cut in the ironshore located at the site of the old Bucaneer hotel property. This is easy to spot from a distance offshore because of a 25ft tall rockpile next to the cut. If the rockpile is ever removed, there's also two yellow marker signs that signify the border of the Marine Park located on the shore at the inlet. If you miss the Bucaneer landmark, slightly further to the west is a rock jetty which is the Scott Development dock where they load gravel for export to Grand Cayman (and only occasionally killing the surrounding reef with accidental gravel spills). This jetty might be eventually made into a Cruise Ship dock for the Brac. MV Captain Keith Tibbetts is also known as 356 Russian Destroyer.
Mike's Mountain

#5 - Mike's Mountain

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Mike's Mountain is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Cayman, Little Cayman which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Coconut Walk

#6 - Coconut Walk

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Coconut Walk is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Cayman, Little Cayman which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Great Wall West

#7 - Great Wall West

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Great Wall West is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Cayman, Little Cayman which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Patty's Place

#8 - Patty's Place

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Patty's Place is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Cayman, Little Cayman which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Donna's Delight

#9 - Donna's Delight

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Donna's Delight is also known as Black Coral Forest.
Eagle Ray Roundup

#10 - Eagle Ray Roundup

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Eagle Ray Roundup is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Cayman, Little Cayman which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Nancy's Cup of Tea

#11 - Nancy's Cup of Tea

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Nancy's Cup of Tea is also known as Magic Roundabout.
Jackson's Reef and Wall

#12 - Jackson's Reef and Wall

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Jackson's Reef and Wall is also known as Jackson's Bight.
Dynamite Dropoff

#13 - Dynamite Dropoff

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Absolutely gorgeous wall dive! Great swim through to 140 feet reef Sharks Large Barracuda came very close South Side East bot ride from Little Cayman Beach Resort
Lealeas Lookout

#14 - Lealeas Lookout

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Sea Horse Reef Shark Swim through Sponges and many fish Boat access from Little Cayman Beach Resort
Windsock

#15 - Windsock

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Beautiful Coral Heads Hawksbill Turtle very close Many colorful fish Large spotted Eagle Ray Group of 3 small sting rays swimming together South Side of Island Short ride from Little Cayman Beach Resort
Charlies Chimneys

#16 - Charlies Chimneys

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Gorgeous Blue and white Anemone Large Hawksbill turtle at depth came very close (several inches away) very beautiful dive Many fish South Side of Island Short Boat ride from Little Cayman Beach Resort
Dynamite Drop Off

#17 - Dynamite Drop Off

Cayman, Little Cayman

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Absolutely gorgeous wall dive! Swim Through over the wall to 140' Reef Shark Large Barracuda Many fish Boat Acesss from Little Cayman Resort
Mixing Bowl

#18 - Mixing Bowl

Cayman, Little Cayman

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The most interesting geological dive site in the Bloody Bay Marine Park, where two Walls collide, one with a step the other a "free fall" wall! A real mix of a dive site, with all the best of the Marine Biology available on Little Cayman. I can recommend the Southern Cross club dive centre. (Best scored Dive Centre in the Cayman Islands). Turtles, Puffer fish, giant Barracuda Bloody Bay Marine Park, North Side. The meeting point between Bloody Bay and Jackson Bay. By boat is best. Mixing Bowl is also known as Three Fathom Wall.