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Trinity Caves

in Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman
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Total Review(s): 3

A firm favorite

I have been to this site many times and it never disappoints. Besides the usual Cayman critters, such as schooling snapper, Nassau grouper, and the never shy Hawksbill turtles you can find channel cling crabs, lobsters and other array of crustacea hiding in the nooks and crevices. The most interesting find I came across was a leopard flat worm around six months ago. This site is really famed for the three (hence trinity) long and wide tunnel/canyons which extend from the landward sand flats and open out on the reef wall. All three tunnels are suitable for novice to professional level divers, and are stunning to swim through, especially if you take your time to gaze upward through the cracks in the ceiling. Leading a dive yesterday on this site we were lucky to come across a large green Morey, fully exposed and seemingly basking in the shade of one of the tunnels. The three tunnels take around 15 minutes to navigate at a leisurely pace. I then recommend (once out on the wall) taking a left turn (if facing open water) and descending to 100ft where after a short 2 minute swim you will find a beautiful U shaped swim through with two pillar support columns. This wide opening is adorned with exquisitely formed hydroid shrubbery, clinging sponges and whip corals, an absolute must for photographers (especially in the famously clear Cayman sea). As a personal memorial side note, I had a Mutton Snapper trying to eat one of my locks of hair when i was reveling in the last swim through, silly fish.
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An awesome adventurous wall dive, a...

Trinity caves is one of my favourites, right next to Round Rock, so when you're good on air you get 2 for the price of one :)
The 3 caves/ open tunnels are easy to navigate and pretty wide so accessible for every level of divers. When you enter the tunnels make sure you look into every notch and crack to find lobsters and other creatures hiding. Great site to make videos, but make sure people don't kick up the sand!
My last dive here i saw an amazing eagle ray munching in the sand, see the video!
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One of our favorites!

This dive site has been a favorite of mine since my first visit to the island. The tunnel is nice but my favorite part is the deep coral column behind the cave. It's covered in beautiful colors and pretty fish. This picture was taken at 100feet.
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