- Macro Life
- Wall Diving
- Wreck Diving
7 Nights’ accommodations, Vehicle Rental with Airport Pick Up and Drop Off (One per Room), Daily Breakfast, 6 Days of 2 Tank Boat Dives, Government Hotel Taxes
Travel Period: Feb. 22 – Dec. 30, 2023
$1900 One Bedroom Ocean Front or Poolside Deluxe (Double Occupancy)
$2680 One Bedroom Ocean Front or Poolside Deluxe (Single Occupancy)
$1535 One Bedroom Ocean Front or Poolside Deluxe (Triple Occupancy)
$1350 Once Bedroom Ocean Front or Poolside Deluxe (Quad Occupancy)
$2045 One Bedroom Deluxe Ocean Front (Double Occupancy)
$1630 One Bedroom Deluxe Ocean Front (Triple Occupancy)
$1420 One Bedroom Deluxe Ocean Front (Quad Occupancy)
$2275 Two Bedroom Ocean Front (Double Occupancy)
$1785 Two Bedroom Ocean Front (Triple Occupancy)
$1535 Two Bedroom Ocean Front (Quad Occupancy)
$1990 Three Bedroom Penthouse (Triple Occupancy)
$1690 Three Bedroom Penthouse (Quad Occupancy)
$1515 Three Bedroom Penthouse (5 Pax Occupancy)
$1385 Three Bedroom Penthouse (6 Pax Occupancy)
$1285 Three Bedroom Penthouse (7 Pax Occupancy)
Expires at 2:00pm on Wednesday December 20th, 2023
Compass Point Dive Resort
Compass Point Dive Resort is located on the quiet east end of Grand Cayman Island. The scuba diving resort has three condominium buildings with a total of 28 units. One bedroom studios have kitchenettes, but the other units have full kitchens, with private balconies or patios with pool or panoramic ocean views. If you are serious about diving, then it's about as far away from the nightlife as you...
The Cayman Islands encompasses 3 islands in the western Caribbean Sea. Above all known for scuba diving and beaches. Each island, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, is home to diverse experiences.
DIVING CAYMAN ISLANDS
Grand Cayman - The largest island and one of the Caribbean's top scuba diving destinations boasts over 500 fish species. Grand Cayman has nearly perfect year-round wea...
We stayed at Compass Point Resort On Grand Cayman and dove with Ocean Frontiers that operates from the resort. Travel to and from was easy. The accommodations were terrific. We stayed in a one bedroom condo which was well appointed and had all the amenities you would need. The resort has a restaurant/bar on site that was very nice with a relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast was included in our package. The resort is located a the quieter east side of the island. It has several good restaurants close by and overall is very pleasant and relaxing. The dive operation was well run. It's a full service operation and they take care of your gear storage. Dive masters were great and overall a very well run operation. The only downside is that we were there in December and apparently it's not the best time to come to see sea life. The coral is healthy and pretty and it has nice topography and lots of fun swim-throughs but we didn't really see any larger critters, only fish which was plentiful. Overall, we would definitely recommend both the resort and the diver operator, but suggest that you research the best time to come, if seeing underwater life is important to you.
Compass Point was worth every penny. My two girls enjoyed it as about the best I've seen. I have no complaints but only good to say about Ocean Frontiers. I don't normally do reviews BUT I will for this trip.
We really liked Compass Point. The dive operation was wonderful - every single person we talked to was friendly and helpful. The room was great, clean and looked right out over the ocean and the dive pier.
There were restaurants and a grocery and a liquor store in close driving range, 2 local restaurants in walking range. They weren't fancy but were fine.
Grand Cayman is VERY expensive. Food, gas, attractions were a little more than I had thought they would be. (Definitely not a criticism just an FYI if anyone wants to know!) We did have to pay about $46 for local taxes when we turned in the car.