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The Cayman Islands have strict Marine Conservation Laws and many of our 57 dive sites are within protected Marine Park Zones, including the legendary Bloody Bay Wall – Little Cayman’s most famous dive attraction.
Coral canyons and sand chutes lead you through the pristine deep blue waters of the outer reef before plunging to 6000ft (1800m). These exhilarating walls are covered with brightly hued sponges, corals and sea fans.
Join us at Gangga Island Resort. The island offers a wonderful variety of marine life with rare species and pristine reefs in North Sulawesi. Then we are off to Raja Ampat spending 8 nights on the Gaia Love. Its contemporary design allows for maximum comfort and extraordinary diving.Find out more »
The Villa on Dunbar Rock is not just a resort – it’s a dream vacation destination.
A visit to Dunbar Rock offers a unique dive vacation experience from start to finish. As you can well imagine from viewing the picture on your left, the “getting-here” is your first introduction to what sets us apart, literally and figuratively.
Guests arriving at the Guanaja Airport are warmly greeted by our staff and escorted not to a parking lot and shuttle van, (no parking lot, no road!) but to a dock and transfer boat for the 10 minute boat transfer to the cay. Time to sit back and relax and enjoy the scenery.
Join us June 8-15, 2019 for another great adventure to Little Cayman.
Bloody Bay Wall, one of the most pristine underwater sites in the world, is part of a unique ocean reef system surrounding Little Cayman. Rated as the best diving in the Caribbean by National Geographic, Bloody Bay Wall’s natural beauty has been protected for future generations with its designation as a Marine Park.
The walls, reefs, pinnacles and coral gardens of Solomon Islands support an amazing variety of sea creatures. Within a few yards of each other, individually or in schools can be seen anemone fish, angel fish, butterfly fish, humped parrot fish and other reef dwellers while just a short distance away schools of barracuda, big-eye trevally and other pelagics cruise in the blue waters.Find out more »