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LITTLE CAYMAN 20-27 MAY 2023 One of the Top 3 Best Dive Destinations in the Caribbean

This trip is being led by Terry Wells, an instructor who has been with Atlantic Edge since 2009 with over 2,000 dives and many trips under his belt.

 

Atlantic Edge was at Little Cayman in 2017 and 2018.  Previous trips were so popular we ran out of spaces. So were doing it again. See the full trip report from 2017 below!  Join Terry on this return trip to the idyllic paradise of Little Cayman.

 

 

About This Trip:

* Less than 4 hours away by air

* Marine Parks, Protected Areas, Warm Water, Great Visibility, and Healthy Reefs

* World famous Bloody Bay Wall Ranked #1 for Wall Diving

* Small population - the island caters to divers & photographers

 

Accommodations:

World renowed Little Cayman Beach Resort.  This 40 room air-conditioned has spacious rooms situated in two-story ‘palm-tree height’ buildings and surrounded by lush tropical foliage.  Each room has Caribbean themed artwork, newly decorated bathrooms, fixtures and flooring. These new surroundings have captured the warmth and beauty of Little Cayman.

 

 

 

Trip Cost:

$2495

Single supplement cost: additional $749

Non-Diver cost: subtract $250

 

Trip Cost Includes:

  • 7 Nights Accommodation (double occupancy)
  • 17 valet style boat dives
  • Use of dive computer (if you don't have one)
  • All meals: Buffet Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Welcome Rum Punch
  • Manager’s Cocktail Reception
  • Airport Transfers from/to LYB airport
  • All taxes & fees

Note:

The boat dives on Little Cayman are valet style!

No carrying tanks, weights, or gear.

Crew will even rinse & stow your gear at day's end!

 

Trip Cost Does Not Include:

  • Airfare to Little Cayman - use airport code LYB
  • Nitrox (available at $12/tank or less)
  • Drinks (21 drink package is available for $200)
  • Dive Gratuities
  • Personal Dive Gear
  • Trip Insurance
 DAN Trip Insurance
 

Payment Schedule:

$50 non-refundable deposit due upon registration. $250 deposit Due 7 days after registering. Balance due February 10th, 2023. Balance payment must be by cheque, Paypal or Venmo.

 

Deposits are refundable if minimum guest quota is not met

 

Do not purchase airfare until notified minimum diver quota is met.

 

Reserve your place now! We anticipate a high demand for this trip. Contact Terry Wells for more details 301-519-9283.

 

 

Full Trip Report from 2017

 

From April 1-8, 2017, a group of 20 divers from Atlantic Edge made the trek down to the tiny Caribbean island of Little Cayman for a week of superb diving on the crystal blue Bloody Bay Wall. Little Cayman, know as a sister island of Grand Cayman, is 10 miles long by 1 mile wide. There are less than 200 permanent residents and there is very little commercial development. Most of the island is a protected marine park. On the north side, Bloody Bay Wall and Jackson’s Bight Wall contain over a dozen world class wall diving sites.

 

Our group was able to do 18 dives in 5 days. The average visibility was 100ft and on some days was over 150ft. A typical day included 2 deeper dives in the morning, coming back to the resort for lunch, and a slightly shallower dive in the afternoon. We saw friendly hawksbill turtles and grouper cleaning stations on every dive. On one dive, we spotted a gigantic loggerhead turtle - the largest many divers had ever seen. Nurse sharks, stingrays, and eagle rays were seen by most divers. The Mixing Bowl dive site had abundant numbers of Yellowhead Jawfish, and some divers even found males mouthbrooding eggs! One morning, we headed over to the other sister, Cayman Brac, for a few wreck dives. The wrecks were fascinating, but even better was a Great Barracuda taking time out for a cleaning and to pose for pictures. We had new divers and very experienced divers, and everyone was able to find their comfort zone. Great weather, relatively calm seas, and 80 degree water contributed to the smiles on the boat after each dive.

 

The diving on Little Cayman was valet-style and couldn’t have been easier. The resort staff handled all the gear - loading tanks, changing tanks, and end-of-day rinsing. It truly felt like a vacation. The resort had buffet style meals with broad food choices - no one went hungry. After the diving was done each day, guests enjoyed a soak in the hot tub or a dip in the pool. Each night, the Beach Nuts bar was a great place to enjoy the included daily drinks.

    Destination Start Date End Date Places Available Price  
Cayman Islands Saturday 20 May 2023 Saturday 27 May 2023 3 US$ 50.00

  • Places Available: 3
  • Our Price: US$ 50.00

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