Snorkeling Adventures

Ocean Frontiers offers a fantastic East End Coral Reef snorkel trip departing from the dock at Compass Point every Wednesday afternoon. (Advanced reservations recommended)

Visit the best snorkeling reefs in the Cayman Islands without another boat in sight.  With a variety of barrier and patch coral reefs ranging from 2 feet to 20 feet in depth.  Enjoy over five miles of untouched reefs filled with marine life.  Snorkel with Parrotfish, Angel fish, Trumpet fish, Sea cucumber, Flamingo Tongues, Sea fans and much more. Enjoy the crystal clear waters with no currents. 

Snorkeling Notes:

*Please do not touch the corals or take any marine life

*Camera rentals are available for all trips

*Snorkel equipment is included in the price

*Ocean Frontiers prides itself on it's personal service and small groups.

*Your snorkeling guide is a trained Naturalist and is also certified in First Aid and Rescue.

If you are interested in snorkeling your way around Grand Cayman then you will be pleased to know that all beaches on Grand Cayman Island are open to the public.  Here is a list of snorkeling sites that we recommend visiting for shore snorkeling: 

  1. Bodden Town, Beach Bay
  2. Bodden Town, Cemetery
  3. East End, Colliers
  4. East End, Queen's Monument
Seven Mile Beach and west side Cayman island snorkeling sites:
  1. West Bay, Turtle Farm
  2. West Bay, Cemetery Reef
  3. George Town, Wreck of the Gamma
  4. George Town, Cheese Burger Reef
  5. George Town, Wreck of the Cali
  6. George Town, Eden Rock/Devil's Grotto
  7. South Sound, Smith's Cove

The best months for snorkeling on Grand Cayman Island are April to October. The waters offer great visibility, usually 100 to 150 feet with little or no current. It's always warm - in winter it's 78° to 80° and in summer it's 82° to 86°.

You won't be alone snorkeling Grand Cayman Island's warm waters - there are over 500 types of fish, including Sand Tigers, Queen Triggerfish, parrotfish, and angelfish, as well as many other types of marine life including turtles, spotted Eagle rays, reef sharks, moray eels, stingrays, Horse-Eye Jacks and barracudas