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Bloody Bay

Must see
Abundant sea life
Bloody Bay is renowned for its breathtaking wall dive that plunges dramatically into the deep. This sheer drop-off is a gateway to an underwater world filled with wonders. As divers explore the wall, they are treated to a spectacle of vibrant corals, sea fans, and sponges that adorn their faces. The wall itself presents a mesmerizing landscape, where the thrill of the abyss meets the beauty of the reef. This juxtaposition creates a unique diving experience, as you hover at the edge of the wall, engulfed in the vastness of the ocean yet connected to the bustling life of the reef. Diving at Bloody Bay is not just an exploration but a journey through one of the Caribbean's most exquisite underwater realms

When To Go Diving

The prime time for diving at Bloody Bay in Little Cayman is between November and April, mirroring the ideal diving conditions found throughout the Cayman Islands. During these months, divers are welcomed with calm seas, crystal-clear visibility, and pleasantly warm water temperatures, typically hovering around 26°C to 28°C (79°F to 82°F)

What to see

Schools of tropical, Caribbean reef sharks, eagle rays, and occasionally, the elusive hammerhead shark, in addition to these, large groupers