A great morning dive. Anchor in 30' and pop over the wall down to 110' and slowly come shallow to 80' otherwise you'll miss the arch, which sits at the edge of a cut back towards the top of the reef. You can swim through the arch and then back around and up the cut towards the reef. Upon the...
This dive site had everything and is a favorite on the Cayman Aggressor. It had an arch, cuts, and swim thru. Great visibility with a lot of color, coral, lot of sponges, sea fan coral and fish. It has a wall and we found a great little pinnacle which entertained us with a Burr fish and a grouper - very...
This was a great dive site. It started off with a vertical swim-through that you had to dive head-first and downwards. Ended up at around 100'. Other swim-throughs were also accessible at this site. A great combination of wall, reef and sand/rubble.
Saw so many fish. This reef is alive and well. The sponges and corals are so healthy. Numerous turtles, scroll file fish, puffers, seahorses, etc. A must-see if you dive the area. Gazebo is what it truly is. I never get tired of diving here. I could do it every day and see new an exciting fish.
The large archway provides incredible photo opportunities. You can swim around it and enter from the back side for the best photo op. The chimney swim through is amazing! Entering head first is always a little more emotionally challenging.
This is one of the signature dives on Little Cayman. The "chimney" is an iconic part of this dive with enough room to go down head first, coming out at about 60'. I 've done it once & that was plenty. The Gazebo is a shortbread down the wall, with an arch at about 85 feet, which upon exiting, is...
Randy's Gazebo is my favorite dive site on Bloody Bay Wall. It is a large archway at 75 feet depth. You could imagine a wedding taking place here with the scuba couple in the middle of the arch and the guests hovering in the clear blue water.