The Cayman Islands
With their clear waters, vertical walls, shallow coral reefs, numerous shipwrecks, and miles of pristine sandy beaches, the three islands that comprise the Caymans are uniquely suited for diving. Brimming with unique three-dimensional maps, spectacular underwater photographs, and superb illustrations, this handy guide offers readers all the information they need to plan their underwater adventures down to the last detail. A field guide at the back of the book will help readers identify the native flora and fauna they encounter on their dives. Vetted by a corporate affiliate of PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors), this book is an authoritative resource for divers of all levels of experience.
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