Saturday, May 15, 2010

Keep Away From Bump And Bite Attacks By Shark

It look so each summer passes have the number of shark attacks being reported throughout the world. Some would believe this must mean there is an increase in the number of sharks attacking people in the sea. Figuratively speaking, an increase in the population could result in an increase in attacks and more people to damage.


More people are injured and killed on land while driving to and from the beach than by sharks in the water. Shark attack injuries are also less common than injuries afflicted on the beach, such as spinal cord damage, jellyfish stings, dehydration, and sunburn. More people require sutures as a result of sea shell lacerations on their feet than shark bites. You have a better chance of being hit by lightning, dying from a bee sting or being hit on the head by a falling coconut, than you do of being attacked by a shark.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Grand Cayman - World Famous Stingray City

Grand Cayman is one of the world's top dive destinations, with more than 40 dive operations and 200 dive sites marked with moorings. The island of Grand Cayman offers some truly distinctive scuba diving opportunities. Off the shore, the coral walls that descend sharply into the Caribbean create some incredibly unique and challenging dives. Each island offers very different diving adventures for divers of all levels from novice to Nitrox and Tec diving.


There are plenty of dives perfect for all ages and skill levels. Regardless of where you dive in Grand Cayman, however, you are sure to encounter an unparalleled variety of underwater life. It also helps that the warm waters off the coast often boast visibility exceeding 100 feet - a fact sure to impress snorkelers, as well as scuba divers. Many of the most popular dive sites on Grand Cayman are located off the western shore in an area known as the West Wall. Many of this area's dive sites are located just a short boat ride from the resorts lining Seven Mile Beach.