Imagine finishing work for the day and instead of a long commute home, you have the luxury of being able to stop off at one of Cayman’s many stunning beaches and go for a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters, or even stop off at one of the many water front bars for a cold beer with a panoramic sea view. Sound appealing? Well what are you waiting for? Click here to find out more Contact us.

Simply put, Cayman is a little piece of paradise that boasts endless white beaches with sparkling clear blue waters. Many choose to spend their free time enjoying the luxury of tropical temperatures on sun kissed beaches or by taking advantage of the many different types of water sports offered.

If you like a fast pace life then look no further than bustling 7 Mile Beach. Popular with residents and tourists alike, 7 Mile Beach offers a selection of nightclubs, bars and even British style pubs to chose from. Also, parallel to the 7 Mile stretch is the cosmopolitan town of Camana Bay, with its exclusive boutiques, open air dining and home to the islands’ only Cinema (Hollywood Theatre), all set in the midst of beautifully landscaped parks, gardens and courtyards.

Activities

Activity   Description
Diving   Cayman has long been since considered one of the best diving destinations worldwide. There are many qualified dive instructors to choose from on island.
Snorkelling   Snorkelling is another great way to see some of Cayman’s amazing sea life up close and personal. Swim with wild turtles and sting rays and a colourful array of fish.
Water Sports   Cayman offers a full range of water sports including: Kayaking; Aqua-Trike; Banana Boats; Paddle Boarding; Jet Skiing; Kite Surfing; Waterskiing; Jet Packing.
Golf   You are spoilt for choice with 2 of the Caribbean’s most beautiful, challenging and diverse courses, the Links Grand Cayman Golf Club at Safehaven, and the Hyatt Regency Brittania.There is also a 9-hole course available at Sunrise Family Cayman Golf Centre.
Sports   Cayman hosts most of the team sports you can think of including: cycling, football, tennis, squash, boxing, basketball, netball, cricket, rugby, badminton and volley ball. Click here CaymanActive to find out more.
Bowling, skating and skate boarding.   The Island’s only bowling alley is situated at King’s Sports’ Center, where you can also enjoy family and teen skating nights. There is also a close by skateboard and surf park.
Horse Riding   There are several riding stables across the island. Enjoy a beach ride or hack through Cayman’s natural growth trails.
Fitness   There are gyms in various locations island wide that offer daily, monthly and annual memberships. Yoga, Pilates, Martial Arts and Body Work studios are mostly located in the George Town and Seven Mile Beach areas.
Spas & Beauty   Cayman has a variety of day Spas and beauty treatment salons to choose from, offering a wide selection of treatments, massage, facials, manicures, pedicures and waxing.
Arts & Culture   Visit the National Gallery and Cayman Islands National museum where they offer programs, classes and special exhibitions, or apply to become a member of the Cayman Drama Society, National Choir or the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
Internet Cafes   Internet cafes are situated across the island.
Restaurants   Cayman is home to more than 300 restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines.

Local Attractions:

Attraction   Description
Stingray City   By far the most popular and unique attraction in Cayman, Stingray City is the only place in the world you can feed and interact with wild stingrays. A truly unforgettable experience.
Cayman Turtle Farm   Fun for all, Turtle Farm is one of Cayman’s longest standing attractions.Click here to find out more about Turtle Farm
Dolphin Cove and Dolphin Discovery Cove   There are two separate Dolphin experiences in Cayman. Click on the following links to find out more. Dolphin Cove.Dolphin Discovery
Rum Point   Situated on the North side of the Island, Rum Point is a great place for a day trip. Enjoy a lazy day in a hammock, play volley ball on the beach or enjoy any of the various water sports. Rum Point offers on site restaurants and changing facilities.
Botanic Park   Enjoy a leisurely walk or afternoon picnic in over 60 acres of flora & fauna featuring native and regional species and home to the endangered Blue Iguana. Click here to find out more Botanical Park
Mastic Trail   A natural 2 mile hiking trail, this route is a part of Cayman history and was the first trail connecting the South side of Cayman to the more remote North side.
Pirates Caves & Hell   Visit the Pirates Caves in Bodden Town, reputed to have been used by pirates to hide their treasure or, go straight to Hell in West Bay and meet the Devil himself!
Cayman Festivals   Batabano: Cayman’s carnival. Come and jump or participate in the street parade during the day and dance the night away at the street party held in the Island’s capital, George Town. (Late April)
Pirates Week: A popular festival celebrating the buccaneering heritage of the islands. Dress up as a Pirate or Wench or just come out and enjoy the fireworks, music, food and culture. (Late October). Find out more Pirates Week
Other Festivals: St. Patrick’s Day Jog: (March 17th); Cayfest: Cayman’s National Culture & Arts Festival. (April); Cayman’s International Fishing Tournament: (Late April – early May); Taste of Cayman: Come out and enjoy an afternoon and evening sampling food & wine from the Island’s top restaurants. (February)