Collected by Linda Koontz
31026 SMB, Seven Mile Beach, (Royal Watler Cruise Ship Terminal), George Town KY1-1205, Cayman Islands
Swimming with stingrays may, admittedly, smack of an overly manufactured tourist experience. But the sandbars of Stingray City on Grand Cayman make for such a transcendent outing, you’ll be glad you went for it. As soon as you enter the...
19.357600, -81.376401, Cayman Islands
I’ve been to a lot of beautiful islands, but the clear blue waters surrounding Grand Cayman are some of the best I’ve experienced. To get out on the water and see it for yourself, hire a charter boat for the day to head out to amazing snorkeling...
Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
This is by far the most popular beach in the Cayman Islands, and it's even a top beach destination for the Caribbean as a whole. Seven miles of powdered sugar sand are a big draw, as are turquoise waters that are home to coral reefs within...
43, Canal Point Drive, Cayman Islands
Looking for a break from the seafood offered at almost every Caribbean restaurant? Copper Falls Steakhouse is exactly what the doctor ordered. From a 28-ounce porterhouse steak to an entire rack of lamb, this place is definitely a meat-lover's...
West Bay, Cayman Islands
Go to Hell, so named for the underworld-evoking field of jagged, blackened limestone formations that crop up in this tiny Caymanian town, where iguanas handily outnumber human residents. While you're there, stop into Hell’s Gift Shop to...
786 N W Point Rd, West Bay, Cayman Islands
While placing plenty of emphasis on its namesake creatures, the conservation-driven Turtle Centre is also home to sharks and barracuda—and one very large saltwater croc. Though there’s typically a fence or pane between you and the...
Rarely do the terms Queen Elizabeth and reptilian breeding ground appear in the same sentence, but at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park—inaugurated by Her Majesty in 1994—you'll find a notable exception. Of the countess features to...