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Also, I’m new to diving and wondering if the cloudy skies will mean less visibilty when diving?
Thanks for the help, Barb
I grew up diving in the spring fed lakes of Norther Wisconsin and the first time I dove in Cayman, I was blown away at the visibility even at 75 feet. You can literally see forever and then some.
Even if it isn’t sunny, I’m still so excited to go as I’m meeting up with my son who has been sailing in the Caribbean since January, so this trip is mostly about being with him.
And I’m sure that the visibility will be just great for snorkeling/diving. I do have the BVI to compare it too, though, but from all I’ve read – the Caymans can’t be beat. As a beginner – I don’t think I’ll be going too deep.
the rain tends to come down in buckets, then leave quickly- it shouldn’t ruin a whole day- or even an afternoon
I hope you have a wonderful vacation! I know you will!
I totally agree with mselizann, when she says that the rain rarely lasts very long, nor does it always rain over the entire island. It’s usually quite spotty and brief.
Anyway, just in case you do get a cool, “off” day, or just feel like exploring, one of my favorite places for that kind of thing is St. Pedro’s Castle. You can read about it here –
Whatever you do, don’t miss the multimedia presentation that they have. It’s very good!
Or…..you can go shopping
Get a piece of the island….Caymanite…….wish I had more. I love it.
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