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Ground Floor, 12 Earth Cl, Cayman Islands
After an early morning of exploring or a long day of shopping, Island Naturals Cafe is the perfect way to pump natural nutrients back into your body. With freshly squeezed juice and made-to-order fruit smoothies, as well as numerous tropical tea...
31026 SMB Seven Mile Beach Royal Watler Cruise Ship Terminal Grand Cayman KY1, George Town, 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...
Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
Walking along Seven Mile Beach is as classic a Caymanian experience as you’ll find, and while there’s no overstating how exquisite the powdery, damp sand feels underfoot, and how stunning the thousand shades of aqua look offshore, the...
S Church St, George Town, Cayman Islands
While convenience isn’t necessarily the first attribute you look for in a Caribbean beach, the fact that Smith Barcadere happens to be super close to the port makes an already great spot even more appealing. Thanks to the protected position...
Old Man Bay, Cayman Islands
This beach in Grand Cayman features hidden coves and undeveloped shoreline to walk along in total solitude. With the nearest restaurant about a mile away, it will just be your thoughts, the tide, and the occasional seabird cruising the coast.
857-891 N W Point Rd, West Bay, Cayman Islands
The 1905 Cadillac sparkling under the bright lights really commands the attention of the room. This hot ride, in the center of the Cayman Motor Museum, is the exact model of the first car ever driven on the island. Browse through more than 55...
124 S Church St, George Town, Cayman Islands
Dive into the coral caves and passages at the Devil’s Grotto to really explore the oceanic flora and fauna of the Caribbean Sea. Swim through the incredibly thick schools of silverside fish, watch stingrays swim and play along the sand, and take...
N W Point Rd, West Bay, Cayman Islands
This rare arch, found on the north end of West Bay, is filled with colorful sponges, sea fans, gorgonians, and tube sponges. It’s one of the larger arches in the Caribbean, as arches typically collapse before reaching a large size. You can swim...
9, Walkers Rd, George Town, Cayman Islands
Orange Canyon is a popular dive sight that mesmerizes its visitors with the bright orange ear sponges that give the site its name. Complete with tantalizing swim-throughs, a wall of coral and sponges, and a wide variety of marine life ranging from...
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