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.
Destination Spotlight: The Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman
Still got room in your passport book for an island nestled in the warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean? If not you better start adding pages because our new destination is soon to house 240 dive sites that are sure to leave even our most experienced readers in awe.
The Cayman Islands were discovered by European explorers. In 1503 Christopher Columbus sighted Cayman Brac and Little Cayman a...Read Blog
Top Aquatic Attractions in the Cayman Islands
There is no question the Cayman Islands are one of the most popular scuba diving destinations in the world. Just ask Tom Cruise and Gene Hackman the well-known actors explored the islands underwater treasures during filming of the motion picture The Firm years ago (a portion of those dives even made it into the film).
The Cayman Islands (a group of three islands Grand Cayman, Little C...Read Blog