Cayman Islands Attractions and Activities
Stringray City right of the northshore of Grand Cayment in the Cayman Islands is one of the most unique and awe inspiring vacation experiences you ever have. more...
Visit George Town
People visiting historic George Town will find plenty of restaurants and sales-tax free stores to patronize during their vacations.
Rum Point is located on the northern shore of Grand Cayman. It is a popular spot for both local residents and tourists. The shoreline at Rum Point is calm and crystal clear, making it a great destination for swimmers and snorkelers. Tourists interested in observing the wonders of the sea without getting wet can book passage on a glass-bottom boat tour. Another famous spot on Rum Point is the Wreck Bar, where excellent drinks and food are served. Those visiting Rum Point will also be near the exclusive Kaibo Yacht Club and Cayman Kai.
Boatswain’s Beach is the new addition to the Cayman Turtle Farm. This new addition will feature a large tank known as the Predator Tank, an iguana and bird sanctuary, a first-class education and research center, hiking trails, and numerous street vendors selling crafts and food. Guests will also be permitted to snorkel near the sea turtles. Since 1968, the Cayman Turtle Farm has been a sanctuary for the sea turtles of the Cayman Islands which vary in size. The largest turtles at the farm can weigh more than 600 pounds. Currently, there are more than 16,000 turtles residing here.
Tourists visiting the Cayman Islands with an interest in the underwater marine life of the region but apprehensive about getting in the water can still do so in a small submarine. Various companies sponsor underwater submarine tours. Atlantis Submarines takes guests on shallow water excursions while Seamobile Submarine Tours can take two people to deeper depths to enjoy the great views available deeper in the sea. Guests interested in a submarine tour in comfort can book passage upon Nautilus’ air-conditioned submarine tours.