Outdoor Sites to See in the Cayman Islands

Stingray City pic

Stingray City
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A graduate of the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School with a master of science in management, Allen Fitzsimmons of Belchertown, MA, is the CEO of Transitioning Forward, a business that appraises items for resale for those who are moving, down-sizing, or selling an estate. In his free time, Allen Fitzsimmons enjoys traveling to beach destinations, including the Cayman Islands, which offer a number of beautiful sites to see. The following are just a few.

Stingray City. Located on Grand Cayman Island, Stingray City features a shallow sandbar where visitors can feed Atlantic Southern stingrays. The area also gives tourists the opportunity to explore the waters while scuba diving, snorkeling, or taking a trip aboard a glass-bottom boat.

Smith’s Cove. With crystal clear water, Smith’s Cove is just south of George Town and is ideal for diving and snorkeling, giving visitors the opportunity to see coral reefs, sea fans, colorful sponges, and tropical fish.

Bloody Bay Marine Park. Located on Little Cayman Island, Bloody Bay Marine Park features a coral wall that drops over 5,000 feet below sea level. The park attracts both beginners and experienced scuba divers and offers views of sea life such as stingrays, sharks, and turtles at just 100 feet below sea level.

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