EXPLORE MARINE CONSERVATION IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS
Cayman Islands is the most populated among the sun-kissed and stunning archipelagos in the Western Caribbean Sea. It comprises three unique islands – the Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. These trio of stunning islands though they complement each other, each still possess a unique beauty and richness of its own.
Grand Cayman, the largest of the three islands, is popular for its underwater sea walls along with some shipwrecks and coral reefs, perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. It also boasts numerous natural attractions, like the Mastic Trail, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, blow holes in the East End district and many more. Cayman Brac, the second largest with the most prominent terrain of the trio due to its bluff of limestone outcrop where it got its name, is known not only for diving but also for having the well-known caves, rock climbing sites, recreational fishing spots, and hiking trails. Little Cayman, though the smallest and least populous, has a rich and remarkable parade and heritage festival. This island is famous for its popular scuba diving sites such as Jackson’s Bight and Bloody Bay which is one of the top dive sites in the world. You can embark on an unforgettable Research Diving volunteer program for a first-hand experience of this world famous diving site, or choose Underwater Photography and Conservation to enhance your photography skills and immerse yourself in the marine ecosystem. Cayman Islands is truly a perfect destination not just for an island getaway, but most specially for your marine life and conservation volunteering quest.
After an exhilarating day of visiting the islands and enjoying the sun, sand, and crystal waters – you can have a mind-relaxing, body pampering, and soul soothing Cayman experience. You wouldn’t miss home as they have all the comforts you need – spas, gyms, workout studios, indoor and beachside yoga classes, and more than 200 restaurants offering an eclectic variety of exceptional food options. Cayman Islands is also known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean.
Our volunteer and internship opportunities in Cayman Islands will provide you with a total marine immersion experience where you will go home with a healthy sun-kissed glow on your face and some sand in your suitcase.