An underwater camera in the Caribbean Sea is located off the coast of the Cayman Islands in the East End. This way, we can get acquainted with the inhabitants of the sea and the reefs located in the southeastern part of the island of Grand Cayman. The Teens4Oceans student community, which studies life in the oceans and seas, actively uses the camera.

The East End is a small resort village. Most tourists prefer to holiday at the western coast of the island, in the city of Georgetown and its environs.

If you like the views of the sea depths near the East End, you should take a closer look at the resort’s hotels. You can stay in a three-bedroom villa, Cayman Chillin, for 400 dollars per day, but the villa can accommodate up to 8 people, so it’s not too expensive.

The coastal waters of Greater Cayman are very clear. This is due to the fact that there are no rivers on the island that could muddy the sea off the coast. The rich fish fauna and reefs are very popular with diving enthusiasts.

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