a coral reef
Visit This Caribbean Island For An Unparalleled Diving Experience
By Hillary Louise Johnson


Little Cayman Island's Bloody Bay Wall is as wide as a mile and over 5,000 feet deep. It is inhabited by every species of reef life imaginable, making for beautiful scenery.
This seascape is one of the world's most photographed dive destinations, thanks to its protected, current-free water, high visibility, and easy accessibility.
Although trips are possible year-round, the best time is in the summer or fall. You'll spot schools of angelfish or parrot fish; you might even see eagle rays, turtles, and sharks.
At the Bloody Bay Wall you can find the endangered Nassau Grouper, a brown and white striped cartoon character of a fish, and the Giant Barrel Sponge.