39. Stingray city sandbar

Stingray City is a stripe of clear shallow water in the north of Grand Cayman Island where dozens of stingrays congregate on a daily basis. Although it started as an accidental symbiosis between fishermen and rays, today tourist boats deliberately feed the rays with squid, so this phenomenon is quite artificial in nature. However, this does not change the fact that the shallows represent a fantastic photo opportunity to capture groups of stingrays in beautiful clear water interspersed with sharp sunlight in a way that is probably not possible anywhere else in the world. Animals have developed certain patterns of behavior that they apply to visitors regardless of whether they bring food or not. Therefore, if we rent a private boat, we can enjoy early morning snorkeling with these beautiful animals without feeding them and take pictures that will be the most beautiful of their kind.                


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