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Cayman's Best Shore Diving Cayman’s best value 2 tank dive! Eden Rock Diving Center is situated a short swim from two of the world’s best shore dives Eden Rock and Devil’s Grotto. The coral reefs rise in vertical cliff faces from a 40 foot sand...more
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124 South Church Street, George Town, Grand Cayman
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Have been diving and snorkeling at Eden Rock for years. It is always our first dive when in Grand Cayman. Very good staff, easy in and out. Lots to do, very good for beginner snorkeler to advance diver. We go every year for Pirate’s Week...More
I can not say enough good things about this dive shop. Especially Leeanne, who was an angel for the week we stayed here! She was extremely helpful in our pre dive briefing on the area and the location we were diving. We dove right off...More
Super helpful and friendly employees. We did a guided dive. Rented all equipment and with the dive it was $70.00/each. Nice dive, really enjoyed it. It's also a great place to snorkel. Nice easy access to the water. They have lockers to rent, $5.
I am a nitrox instructor and stress rescue instructor. I arrived at Eden rock with five people. The woman who was on duty looked at my card and told me that I would not be permitted to dive with an air tank because my card...More
This was a Great shore dive. Devils Grotto had the best swim through we have done to date. Long passages with cracks of daylight shining through on the top and Huge Tarpon. Our dive guide Mario new the passages quite well and the operation had...More
This was the first time me and my friend were doing a dive on our own, without a guide or an instructor, and it was in the middle of a huge storm. We have never navigated a dive sight before so i was super nervous....More
Few places in the world have snorkeling this excellent right from shore. This is the second dive shop you will come to if you walk to the right once you exit the cruise pier.
$30 for two sets of equipment and a locker.
I’m actually a diver, but had no partner, so had to settle for snorkeling this reef. Pretty good location. Saw a school of tarpon and squid. I went on a day with no cruise ships in port, so practically had the reef to myself.