Mysterious tunnel leads divers over 6,000 foot abyss
Little Cayman Island was formed when volcanic eruptions and tectonic shifts sent towers of lava and rock to the surface from one of the deepest parts of the Caribbean Sea. Home to unrivaled scuba diving, the allure of the vertical walls and abundant sea life draws thrill seekers from all over the world. Divers can drift out over a vertical drop that plunges 6,000 feet straight down into the vast blue. There is another way to reach the edge of the abyss, but it is not for the faint of heart. Follow Kristy as she leads us through a dark and mysterious tunnel in the coral that will bring us out 100 feet below the waves. The sea life and scenery this deep on the wall is breathtaking. She breathes nitrox in order to remain in this mystical world as long as possible. Such deep dives should only be done with advanced training.