Come and visit the Cayman Islands and enjoy our tropical paradise!
Little Cayman is a small island with just over 100 permanent residents. World famous for it's spectacular diving - especially Bloody Bay Wall, which is easily accessible by boat and can even be reached from shore in a few locations. World class diving that all avid divers have on their bucket list. Private Villas, full service dive resorts, or luxury condos are all available on Little Cayman. Come for a visit!
Cayman Brac is the 2nd largest island in the Cayman Islands, and is known for its majestic bluff and it's numberous caves. The island has a population of about 2,000 people. Get away for a few days and stay at the newly renovated Cayman Brac Beach Resort or take a day trip from Grand Cayman. Rent a car, jeep or moped and tour the island. Visit the bluff, explore some caves or try som recreational climbing up the bluff's cliff face.
World famous Seven Mile Beach. Miles of perfect white sand beach gently lapped by the sparkling turquoise Caribbean Sea. Go for a swim or snorkel in the crystal clear warm and inviting waters right off the beach. Spend an afternoon at your beachfront condominium or check out one of the popular beach bars. Most visitors to the island stay somewhere along Seven Mile Beach, but even during peak season, the beaches are rarely crowded, and you can easily find a nice quiet section to while away the sunny afternoon. In the evening, enjoy a fabulous Caribbean sunset - the sun sets directly out over the water - from anywhere along Seven Mile Beach.
The Cayman Islands has some of the best snorkeling in the world thanks to the calm seas, clear water and beautiful coral reefs close to shore. Some of the most popular places include Cemetery Reef at the north end of Seven Mile Beach, the wreck of the Cali to the north of George Town harbour, Eden Rock and Devil's Grotto. Tours to Stingray City often include a snorkeling stop as well. The north and south coasts, as well as East End, also provide excellent snorkeling opportunities.
Deep drop-offs, numerous wreck dives and some amazing coral have made the Cayman Islands a world-class dive destination. With visibility that often seems infinite, the Cayman Islands offer 300+ dive sites and some of the best diving in the Caribbean. Of the three islands, Grand Cayman is the most visited by scuba divers. Grand Cayman’s North Wall plunges deeper than 1,800 metres/6,000 feet and offers beautiful wall diving with opportunities to see spotted eagle rays and sea turtles. There is also accessible shore diving on coral reefs with little to no current. Little Cayman has the Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park, famed for its vibrant colors and dramatic drop offs and swim throughs. Cayman Brac offers a good mix of wall, wreck and reef diving for all experience levels.
Discover Camana Bay — a lively waterfront town off Seven Mile Beach, where you can satisfy your foodie cravings, shop for all things local and explore our weekly Farmers & Artisans Market. Swing lazily on a hammock, climb our 75-foot Observation Tower or be delighted by the sound of kids splashing in the fountains. There’s something for everyone at Camana Bay. Master planned and over 650 acres, Camana Bay spans sea to sound, offering a place to explore, relax and get inspired. It all happens only a short walk from Seven Mile Beach.
Located on the tranquil North Side of Grand Cayman, Rum Point is the perfect place to chill out. Soft white sand, combined with crystal clear shallow water and a lively Caribbean bar / restaurant makes Rum Point a popular place to spend the day for both visitors and locals alike. A new ferry service connect Camana Bay and Rum Point, or if staying on Seven Mile Beach, Rum Point is a great resting spot on a day tour of the island. Located about a 45 minute drive from Seven Mile Beach, it is well worth the visit, and is one of the most popular locations on the island.
A local hot spot, Smith Cove is a great beach location for snorkelling, barbecueing, or just hanging out in the sun. Walk right into the water from the beach and head left or right for shallow mounds of coral. Most of the year this west side area is protected from the weather making it calm and swimmable nearly every day. Well worth a visit!
Stingray City is an area of shallow sandbars found in North Sound, between Seven Mile Beach and Rum Point. Only reachable by boat, Stingray City and the sandbar are extremely popular tourist attractions where southern stingrays are found in abundance and visitors can pet and interact with them. Divers can dive at Stingray City, swim with the stingrays, and visit with a resident moray eel. The shallower sandbar areas are popular with non divers, as you can snorkel or even stand in the shallow water while stingrays swim around you. The sandbars can get crowded during peak visitor periods, so if you have the chance, try to arrange a trip outside of the peak hours or on a day when there are no cruise ships in port.
Situated in a lush tropical forest in Northside, Grand Cayman, Cayman Crystal Caves is the island’s newest nature tourist attraction. Venture into amazing caves where you’ll see stalactite and stalagmite crystal structures and otherworldly formations, all formed by single drops of water and the slow passage of time. Tour also through the unique tropical forest under which the caves formed. Amongst the forest and caves is captivating tropical plant and animal life, including strangler balsam trees, air plants, parrots, and bats.
Enjoy a leisurely walk through colorful gardens, botanic, lake and nature displays. Stroll through Heritage Garden, enjoy the Tea House with its panoramic views, and the lake area which forms a natural habitat for the Cayman Blue Iguana and breeding ground for a variety of rare aquatic birds and animals native to the Caribbean. Walk the nearly 1 mile long woodland trail, and experience the natural forest areas that Grand Cayman has to offer.
Cayman Turtle Center - Island Wildlife Encounter: Cayman's largest land based attraction. An interactive nature center where sea turtles are front and center. Originally opened in 1968, it was used to breed sea turtles for release to the wild, and to provide locals with turtle meat. The center was the 1st to succesfully breed the endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles. Today, hundreds of nesting sea turtles in the wild have their origin here. The center also includes a 23 acre marine park with tropical birds, crocodiles, iquanas and more. Snorkel in the tropical lagoon with sea turtles and tropical fish, or let the kids (or young at heart) enjoy the waterslides.
Dolphin Cove and Dolphin Discovery are 2 attractions on Grand Cayman that allow you to get up close and personal with some friendly dolphins. Swim with the dolphins, interact, and do a few tricks with a dolphin.
Not a diver? No worries - come on board the Atlantis submarine and dive under the clear Caribbean Sea. Dive down up to 100 feet below the surface and view our tropical sea life or gaze upon a ship wreck. Large viewing ports ensure the best views, and air-conditioning ensures your comfort aboard our submarine. The easiest way to see our undersea paradise, and you won't even get wet!
Join Cayman Kayaks fully guided night tour from Rum Point into one of the most amazing natural phenomena of the world! Once inside Bio Bay, watch how every stroke of your paddle leaves behind a glowing swirl of blue light. Learn how this fragile and unique ecosystem maintains a perfect balance of life, and what you can do to protect such a special place. The adventure can only be described as magical, creating memories that will last a lifetime!
A must for horse lovers! The beautiful Caribbean Sea is your backdrop, as you ride along the white sands at the water’s edge, led by knowledgeable & professional guides with over 40 years of experience with horses. Cool off at the end of your ride with a refreshing, ocean dip on horseback. A unique way to experience the beach and stunning Caribbean Sea!
The ultimate way to view the Cayman Islands. Helicopter tours offer a variety of services to suit all of your needs - whether it is for photography flights, general sightseeing, or if you have specific needs for a private charter. Fly along Seven Mile Beach, see Stingray City from the air, or tour the entire island. Get a birds eye view of our tropical paradise!
Have you ever tried a segway? New beginner or seasoned pro, you've probably never done a segway tour along a stunning white Caribbean beach. Well, now you can! Explore Camana Bay or take a tour along the stunning white sands of Seven Mile Beach on a segway. The coolest way to sightsee!
The Cayman Islands are a tropical paradise. The stunning clear Caribbean Sea offers a multitude of watersport opportunities. From jet skis to banana boats, snorkeling, diving, sailing, water jet packs, paddleboarding, surfing, parasailing and more. There are watersports operators along Seven Mile Beach as well as at Rum Point and on the islands East End. Other, smaller specialized operators are also available. The Cayman Islands offer a wealth of activities dedicated to getting out and enjoying the Caribbean Sea.
The Cayman Islands is blessed with a rich sailing heritage. There are a variety of sail and yacht charter services to match your needs. Whether it is a private day trip to enjoy the sun, deep sea fishing, bone fishing, private diving charter, or if you just want to get from point a to point b via boat... there are services to match your every need.
Good bonefishing (the fish average 3-8 lbs. in Cayman waters) awaits anglers in several locations on Grand Cayman, including the shallow flats of North Sound, South Sound and Frank Sound — and even off Seven Mile Beach. Anglers can also cast for fiesty tarpon in select areas... Little Cayman is also known for its excellent bone fishing. Visitors should be aware that it is standard for guides to revive and release bonefish (as well as tarpon and permit) in the interest of marine conservation, as well as to provide action for future anglers.
Pirate's Week — a lively week where pirates take over the island. Dress up like a pirate or wench and enjoy the weekend festivities, including the storming of the harbour and parade through George Town. There are special local community activities each day and many pirate themed events all through the week. Be a pirate in the Cayman Islands!
On Grand Cayman, you can plunge not only into the sea, but also into a sea of shops, luxury boutiques, and duty free opportunities - all clustered within a few block radius in downtown George Town. Caymanians enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the region, and a hassle-free ambiance pervades, and there's not a street vendor in sight. Enjoy duty free jewellery, watches, fragrances, leather, crystal, china, and more.