Diving and Snorkeling Cayman Islands

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 141 pages
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Recognized as the birthplace of diving in the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands are among the world's top dive destinations with their clear waters, plunging walls and prolific. marine life - including the famous rays of Stingray City. This book describes the well-established dive operations and the best sites in the region, some just minutes from the beach. Detailed dive information to 68 sites. Full-color photos throughout. Easy-to-read maps of dive regions. Guide to marine life. Travel logistics and topside attractions.
 

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Contents

Author
7
Diving History
14
Diving in the Cayman Islands
20
Dive Training Certification
26
Health Safety
34
Sandbar
42
Northwest Point West
53
Big Tunnel
60
Peters Governors Reef
66
The Sisters
95
Lost City of Atlantis
101
Little Cayman Island
107
Marine Life
119
Accommodation
128
Safety
135
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