A New Dive Operation at Cayman’s Wyndham Reef Resort

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 8, 2017

Wyndham Reef Resort has named the award-winning, 20-year dive operator Ocean Frontiers as its new official dive operator.

The company is now offering a wide array of scuba and snorkel excursions to resort guests, specializing in signature scuba diving trips and regular two-tank boat dive trips to some of the island’s most spectacular sites, including wall, coral reef and open cave dives.

For snorkeling, there are seven trips available to explore underwater sites off East End, the North Sound and Kittiwake, just off Seven Mile Beach.

“We’re very happy to partner with Ocean Frontiers, one of the most respected dive operators in the Cayman Islands,” said Wyndham Reef Resort General Manager Sharlene Brenkus. “Ocean Frontiers offers our guests the absolute best of Grand Cayman diving experiences, with the added value of exceptional customer service.”

From the resort’s on-site dive shop, guests are transported via shuttle to the various departure locations to begin their underwater excursions.

In addition to the dive and snorkel trips, Ocean Frontiers offers dive classes and certification, dive equipment rental and Try Dive and Resort Course options.

Ocean Frontiers also offers a variety of children’s dive programs, including the PADI Bubble Maker and PADI Seal Team for divers 8 to 11 years old.

Set apart from the crowds, the 152-room Wyndham Reef Resort is located on the untapped east end of Grand Cayman.

The only full-service, all beachfront resort in the Cayman Islands with an all-inclusive plan, the property features 1,600 feet of white sandy beach and endless water activities, including everything from Jet Skis and SUPs to kite surfing, sailing and more.

The resort is also minutes from George Town, Seven Mile Beach, Stingray City and other popular island locations.

Every room features views of the Caribbean Sea, and all one- and two-bedroom villas include a full kitchen and dining area.

To book a stay, click here.

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