Wherever you stay on Grand Cayman, there will be a whole lot to see. Do yourself a favor and experience it all. Depending on how far you intend to travel around Grand Cayman, rent a car, scooter or bicycle and get out there. You'll find isolated shores, natural wonders, historic sites, botanical parks--the quaint, the curious and the awe inspiring.

The watersports options on Grand Cayman will make your head swim, even if you don't. There are glass-bottom boat rides, sailboats, wave runners, kayaks, sailboards, rides on inflatable bananas, parasailing, aqua trikes, water-skiing and fishing. There is terrific snorkeling right from shore and sunny activities on one of the whitest beaches around.

Submarine Rides:
Whether you are a diver or not, treat yourself to an underwater exploration off Grand Cayman aboard one of several submersibles and semi-submersibles. Depending on the vessel you choose, you may explore depths from eight feet to 800 feet! Comfortable and safe, these excursions will open anyone's eyes to the wonders of the underwater world.
If you're just itching for some back-home-recreation, why not try bowling? A bowling center with state-of-the-art scoring systems is right there in Seven Mile Beach. There is a full service pro shop and even special effect, glow-in-the-dark action.

You have several choices for golf on Grand Cayman, including 18 hole championship courses, an 18 hole executive course, a nine hole championship course (designed by Jack Nicholas) and an 18 hole course played with a special short distance "Cayman" ball.

Beer Tasting:

The Stingray Brewery, located just outside George Town, crafts the popular local Stingray Beer. You can observe the different stages in the brewing process, from mixing the ingredients to fermenting to bottling, and, of course, you'll want to sample some of the results.


From trendy modern clubs to Tex-Mex-style watering holes to quaint establishments where generations of locals have wet their whistles, there's a bar, pub or club to suit every taste. Why not pick a designated driver and make a pub crawl, sampling a whole variety? (Be sure you aren't diving the next day.)


The dining options on Grand Cayman are nearly limitless, ranging from big-chain fast food to elegant cuisine prepared by some of the best chefs in the world. As you graze your way across the island, be sure to sample Caribbean dishes, such as jerk chicken, and local island specialties made with conch.

Dinner or Cocktail Cruise:
At Grand Cayman, you can take brunch, lunch, dinner or cocktail cruises aboard romantic sailboats or large catamarans, or you may choose to sail with the pirates aboard a replica 17th century Spanish galleon, complete with blasting cannons, plank-walking and sword fights.
Throughout George Town, Seven Mile Beach and at many other locations around Grand Cayman, you can make shopping a priority. You may purchase cute or cheeky souvenirs, and clothes ranging from T-shirts to dress gowns. There is fine art for sale and duty-free liquor, cigars, cosmetics, perfume, jewelry and crystal. Also, don't miss out on Cayman's number one export, the delicious rum cake.