Resting peacefully in the warm tropical waters of the Caribbean Sea, this island paradise is bursting with exotic dining, nightlife, ocean adventures and relaxing vibes. Grand Cayman vacations offer infinite ways to make memories.
In the Cayman Islands, the sea is the life.
Grand Cayman is completely surrounded by the ocean. It is no surprise that the ocean also surrounds every aspect of this island’s culture, from the pristine, white-sand beaches and sumptuous seafood, to world-class scuba diving and a sea turtle center. Beaches stretch as far as the eye can see, and the interior is bursting with activities. There is so much to enjoy about the island and its culture, Grand Cayman is widely known as the world’s friendliest country.
Stingray City in Grand Cayman.
If you’ve ever seen a breathtaking image of someone standing in the ocean having a nice chat with a stingray, it was probably taken on Grand Cayman. The island is known for its ‘Stingray City Sandbar’ where you can interact with stingrays in their natural habitat. Honestly, “stingray” is a tad misleading— they’re one of the friendliest sea creatures in the Caribbean. Just treat them with the warm respect they deserve, and they’ll treat you to an unforgettable experience.
Cayman Seven Mile Beach.
You know the island is a prime beach spot when the beach is longer than the width of the island; Seven miles to be exact. Located on Grand Cayman’s western coast, the entire beach is public property. This means you can bask in the sun anywhere you like, or walk up and down its shore to explore hotels, villas, restaurants, and natural wonders along the way.
Insider Tip: Seven Mile Beach is also home to world-class scuba diving and a sea turtle hub. As if you needed another reason to visit.
George Town, Grand Cayman.
As the capital of the Cayman Islands, George Town offers a wide variety of unique adventures. Between snorkeling in its offshore shipwrecks, touring the lively Fort George, wandering around national museums and dining in exquisite local seafood restaurants, you’ll have no trouble finding a good time.
Island Botanical Park.
Cayman’s Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is one of the island’s little-known secrets. The journey begins at the beautiful Visitors Centre and moves into two acres of modeled landscape, a multicolored mosaic of Floral Gardens, and the stunning sight of more than 40 Grand Cayman Blue Iguanas. These endangered creatures are only found on Grand Cayman, and a glimpse alone will be worth the trip.
Find your own adventure.
Perhaps the best part about visiting Grand Cayman is discovering something new for yourself. Whether that means tasting seafood delicacies like foot long prawns, discovering the infamous shoe tree, or simply walking through the farmer and artisan markets at Camana Bay, you’re only limited by the length of your stay.