Seven Mile Beach, rated one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean! Famous Stingray City and the Sandbar are a must, play and swim with friendly Stingrays - a great wedding rehearsal activity. A once-in-a-lifetime experience for families, couples, groups and singles!
The largest Cayman Island offers relaxation, exquisite dining, exciting nightlife, awesome underwater sights and accessible reefs. Add duty-free shopping, sunset cocktails, local vendors and local treasures.
Natural beauty and grace beyond water and white sand beach comes at Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park with rare Blue Iguanas. Visit the Wreck of the Ten Sail, a turtle farm, go to hell and savour freshly caught fish in local restaurants, ask a local to, " Gimistory."
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Time to get off the beaten path but want adventure, too? Try Cayman Brac or "Brac", Rugged, just 14 square miles with breathtaking 140 ft bluffs, calling seekers and nature lovers of dramatic scenery, exotic flora and fauna. Warm, welcoming, outgoing locals, laid back hotels.
Explore limestone caves and sinkholes, with crystal clear, warm waters for awe inspiring wall dives, shallow diving and wreck diving. All levels and interests. Shallow waters with bonefish, offshore waters with game fish. Bring in your catch, your chef will cook it for you.
Lush green forests, 200+ species of birds, a 180-acre parrot reserve, the rare, endangered Brac Parrot. Hiking trails with exotic flowers, plants, reptile habitats and historic sites and caves.
A 30-minute plane ride from Grand Cayman, you’ll feel as though you’re worlds away along these serene shores.
This island getaway, smallest and least developed, sun drenched solitude, glistening beaches, miles of untouched tropical wilderness. Ten miles long x one mile wide.
Seclusion, scenery, a honeymoon island! Privacy, relaxation, empty soft white beaches with wind blown palms serenade you. Bike or rent a scooter, meander the island, remember iguanas have the right of way! Stop at South Hole Sound Lagoon for a private swim, row out to tiny, deserted Owen Island. Visit during events like Mardi Gras, Pirates Week and the Little Cayman Cook-off with soca, reggae and steel drums in the air.
Divers say the beauty lies beneath the waves. Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park is popular with adventure seekers, famous for dramatic drop offs and swim throughs. 50 plus unique dive sites start as shallow snorkeling then descend to encrusted coral gardens and exotic sponges. The waters are home to lobster, octopus, eagle rays, reef sharks, turtles and tropical fish.
Ever see 20,000 Red-Footed Boobies? A bird watchers dream, Kodak moments at sunset, watch the battle back to their nesting grounds outwitting the frigate birds.