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Snuba Grand Cayman

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North Church St. | GeorgeTown, 11508, Grand Cayman
+1 345-926-0008
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Brings snorkeling to a new level !

Friendly, competent staff... wonderful location with amazing things to take in - colourful fish of... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2017
debbiecakesmusic
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Sydney, Australia
Snuba with the kids

After many visits to Cayman and only snorkeling we finally decided to snuba. Our kids are 11 & 14... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2017
amy b
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Houston, Texas
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Start with a short briefing on the easy-to-use Snuba gear. Experience the thrill of swimming deeper than you could snorkeling, without the burden of scuba gear or the need for a certification. Enter the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea and venture beneath the surface. Follow as your guide leads you to a large shipwreck and some beautiful coral formations and shows you the many multicolored species of fish reside on the shipwreck.
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“scuba diving” (17 reviews)
“weight belt” (5 reviews)
“shore excursion” (10 reviews)
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Hours Today: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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North Church St. | GeorgeTown, 11508, Grand Cayman
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+1 345-926-0008

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Reviewed 16 July 2017

Friendly, competent staff... wonderful location with amazing things to take in - colourful fish of all sizes and an awesome underwater shipwreck.. highly recommended ! will go again my next visit to Grand Cayman !

Thank debbiecakesmusic
Reviewed 12 July 2017

After many visits to Cayman and only snorkeling we finally decided to snuba. Our kids are 11 & 14 and both said that snuba is one of the more fun things they've done in Grand Cayman. We lucked out and had to the tour to...More

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Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

I was on the Carnival Vista and Grand Turk was our first port of call. Big John was the Shiba guide and he was phenomenal. The first half of our excursion was spent snorkeling while the other half snuba dived. While snorkeling was witnessed a...More

Thank WanderGirl02
Reviewed 26 June 2017

My 2 teenage boys and I SNUBA'd a few weeks ago and had a great time. In talking with Michelle at SNUBA, they do not combine cruise ship guests and locals guests in the same groupings. I believe that they do this to prevent delays...More

Thank kdubs94
Reviewed 26 May 2017

We book this off the carnival cruise ship and were skeptical. We walked from the ship to the area where you are trained to use the scuba gear. This was maybe a 5 to 10 minute training, as you don't go deeper than 20 feet....More

Thank Lupe M
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Alex and his workmates are a fantastic, professional, charming group who can guarantee you a great experience, especially if you are looking for a fun and safe introduction to scuba divings.

Thank Beth T
Reviewed 30 April 2017

We chose the Snuba activity from our Carnival Freedom cruise excursion list. We have been Snuba several times before and loved it! Snuba Grand Cayman was another great experience. When we got off the ship we tendered over to the island and were a bit...More

Thank Tammyrdh2722
Reviewed 25 April 2017

i cant even begin to say enough amazing things about this place! I was going to book this through my cruise, but they bumped me to parasailing bc it was full. i ran to them after my parasailing was finished & begged to go out....More

Thank passionfortravelCT
Reviewed 18 April 2017

We booked this excursion through the cruise line. It was about a 3 minute walk from the pier and is located next to a cute beach bar/grill. They had plenty of guides and each group had between 3-5 people. They did a great job explaining...More

Thank Julie B
Reviewed 14 April 2017

What a perfect way to learn about scuba without having to be certified or take a long course! Everything is so easy and the process is perfect for getting an introduction to the equipment, having a little time to get used to it and then...More

Thank virginiamike
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Kendra A
2 March 2017|
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Response from Crazy_ohio_diver | Property representative |
Our minimum age is 8 years old, so unfortunately your 7 year old will not be able to participate but we get 8-11 year olds very often and almost 100% of the time, the kids love it! Our SNUBA tour is adjusted so that each... More
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maggie a
24 January 2017|
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Response from Crazy_ohio_diver | Property representative |
On SeaTrek you wear a specialized underwater helmet and walk along the ocean floor where a guide shows you around the coral, does tricks for you and you can feed the fish. SNUBA is more like SCUBA diving without the heavy... More
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mrslap
8 January 2017|
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glasses will not fit under our mask. If you really want to wear your glasses in the water, I would recommend SeaTrek helmet dive.
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