Located in Grand Cayman, the snorkeling in East End offers a half-dozen good snorkel dive spots. The best East End snorkeling based on popularity are considered to be Sunrise-Noon-Sunset, Morritts - Reef Resort, Barefoot Beach, Queens Monument, and Anchor Point. For a detailed dive site description and printable snorkel dive map, just select a East End snorkeling dive below.
East of Georgetown in the East End, the snorkeling at South Channel Garden offers a scenic spur and groove reef formation to explore. Since it's pretty shallow, the best South Channel Garden snorkeling is near high tide. At this boat-accessed snorkel spot, you may encounter angelfish, sergeant majors, cowfish and occasional reef sharks among the elkhorn and brain coral formations.
Off the protected East End of Grand Cayman, there is a fun drift dive between the Morrits Resort and the Wyndham Reef Resort. While there is a protective fringe reef about 700 feet offshore, these East End waters are known for strong currents and surges. This drift dive is along a regular east to west current inside the protective fringing reef. The best place to start is located off White Sand Watersports beach with a swim about 200 feet offshore to catch the current, then continue northwest towards the Morritts Resort pier staying about 100 feet beyond the pier. Next, continue northwest towards the Wyndham Reef Resort pier staying about 100 feet off as well. Make sure not to get too far out since there is a channel cut in the fringing reef beyond that pier which has a strong outward current. After the pier, start angling in to shore before the end of the last blue roofed building of the Wyndham Reef Resort.