GRAND CAYMAN

The Cayman Islands are part of an underwater mountain range running between Cuba and Belize.

With an average year-round temperature range of about 75° F in winter to about 85° F in the summer, the Cayman Islands boast some of the finest tropical weather in the world. All three islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – are coral outcrops surrounded by healthy coral reefs and dramatic walls close to shore, creating ideal conditions for the best diving and snorkeling found in the Caribbean.

Grand Cayman island, the largest and most cosmopolitan of the three Cayman Islands.  It is about 22 miles long with an average width of four miles. George Town, the capital, is on the western shore of Grand Cayman.  From the crystal blue water and powder-white sand of Seven Mile Beach and the shopping and financial hubbub of George Town, to the quiet, undeveloped expanses of East End, Grand Cayman offers something for everyone. Dive, snorkel or simply splash in the warm, crystal-clear waters that are the islands’ hallmark.

 

Seven Mile Beach

On the western shore of Grand Cayman lies Seven Mile Beach. Named by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine as the Caribbean’s Best Beach this coral and sand beach is a favorite among Those Visiting the Caymans. Seven Mile Beach is home to most of the resort hotels on the island but is public property which means guests can stroll along the shoreline. You’re welcome to grill for yourself or take advantage of one of the beach bars or hotel restaurants which are very inviting and located along the beach.

 

Sting Ray City

Stingray City is located in the shallow waters of the northwest corner of Grand Cayman’s North Sound. If you want to experience Sting Rays in their natural habitat, this is the place to go. Known as one of the most popular attractions on the island, Sting Ray City welcomes both divers and snorkelers alike. Hungry for food you will experience the Rays first hand as they will take bait right from your hands. Stingray City is a phenomenon like no other in the world.

 

Rum Beach

If a quiet retreat off the beaten path is what you’re looking for Grand Cayman’s Rum Pointe is the place for you. Located on the North side of the island its natural beauty, white sandy beaches and clear waters are a popular hang-out for locals looking to unwind. For travelers it’s a relatively untouched oasis with plenty of hammocks and lounges to relax in and soak up the sun or chill in the shade. This beautiful public beach is a 40 minute car drive from George Town. Often time’s visitors opt for the boat ride over to catch a view of the beach from the water.

George Town

A popular port of call for cruise ships means that George Town the Caymans capital city is loaded with activities. Whether it’s shopping in the busy shopping district, a submarine ride, or tour of a local rum distillery, there is plenty to keep you busy. If you care for a little time on the beach, visit Seven Mile beach which is just to the west of George Town. The beach is the Islands most popular, and offers bars and restaurants for all to enjoy.

 

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A popular port of call for cruise ships means that George Town the Caymans capital city is loaded with activities. Whether it’s shopping in the busy shopping district, a submarine ride, or tour of a local rum distillery, there is plenty to keep you busy. If you care for a little time on the beach, visit Seven Mile beach which is just to the west of George Town. The beach is the Islands most popular, and offers bars and restaurants for all to enjoy.

 

What our customers are saying about Grand Cayman:

The coral and the fish were beautiful. The water is so clear and the colors of the fish and coral are awesome. … We were only there for 1-2hrs but I could have stayed all day.”

Sarah C

The Westin Grand Cayman

This hotel has plenty of beach chairs and umbrellas. Nicely located and is minutes away from Georgetown. Our room had clean towels and coffee/ tea were always replenished once a day. They even have a complimentary rum cake which was a treat. We had a garden view and partial ocean view. I’m glad we chose this over the pool view.

Jerry W

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