Offering every imaginable comfort and amenity, this 4-bedroom beachfront home is very much like a boutique resort. Located along the coast of Grand Cayman’s East End, guests here enjoy a private dock that comes equipped with water sports equipment and, of course, quick and easy access to the beach. Inside, the ambiance is light and airy thanks to the vaulted ceiling and generous use of glass. There’s a living area, a dining room, modern kitchen, billiards lounge, and even a home theatre.
Visitors to this capital city enjoy the shopping, restaurants and history found here. Check out what remains of Fort George, with some cannons and walls dating back to 1790, and if you enjoy art, the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is a must.
This long, perfect crescent of coral-sand is located on the western end of the island. Known for its beauty, it has been called “The Caribbean’s Best Beach” and certainly earns its praise.
As the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean”, you’d expect there to be many amazing dining options here – and you would be 100% correct. From casual fare to fine dining, Grand Cayman has it all.
Located on the north side of the island, this underground cave system is filled with stalactites and stalagmites, along with underground lakes and open ceilings. The caves use to be on private land, which means they are in pristine condition.
With more than 600 annual events, this place buzzes with activity. Home to a wide array of restaurants, premier shopping and a variety of family-friendly activities, such as the Imagination Playground, there’s also a weekly farmers’ market.
This is one of the island’s most popular attractions. Located on a natural offshore sandbar, this “city” is home to dozens of southern Atlantic stingrays. Only accessible by boat, once you’re there, you can hop right in with them.
This award-winning wildlife park features a variety of interactive activities, including predator tanks and swimming/snorkeling in a saltwater lagoon filled with vibrant species of fish and green sea turtles. There’s also a free-flight aviary here.
Great for a little family-friendly fun, this beach is located on the picturesque north side of the island and is famous for its island atmosphere, white sandy beach and shallow, clear waters. It’s an ideal spot for swimming and snorkeling.
The perfect place to spend an afternoon with the family, the waters here are only 2 to 3 feet deep and a great spot to paddle or kayak… you will also see many of the brightly coloured orange starfish that gave this place its name.
Enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna that calls this park home. Comprised of a 2-acre lake area that forms a habitat for the endangered Cayman Blue Iguana and breeding ground for other wildlife, you’ll also see some 60 species of butterflies.