Pirates are a big deal in Bodden Town where a graveyard said to hold the remains of a few known pirates and a natural cave which is set up to appear as though it is a hiding spot for the famed thieves are popular attractions. Beaches, nature preserves, and a few other historic sites are worth a look as well.
You will find an abundance of beaches to consider in and around the area. You can click on each beach name for more detail concerning that section of the coast.
Meagre Bay Beach: This beach offers little shade, but a wide expanse of sand and calm sea. This a very clean and quiet beach.
A second place that beach-goers can consider is Spotts Bay. Centrally located on Grand Cayman's south shore, this beach is not as picturesque as most of the island's pristine beaches. It's rocky and wide, with no shade around.
Frank Sound Beach: You'll find this beach in southeast Grand Cayman at the intersection of Bodden Town Road and aptly named Frank Sound Road. Head east past the intersection a little ways and park along the road.
Fortunately, you'll find plenty of additional choices for beaches in and around the area. Navigate to this extended discussion if you want to learn additional information.
One popular destination is Old Savannah Schoolhouse. It is located in western Bodden Town. Education on the Cayman Islands was a task typically undertaken by mothers and sometimes the local churches. It wasn't until the 1940s when the Savannah Schoolhouse first opened its doors that education became a more formal affair.
Another popular destination is Mission House. It is located in the heart of Bodden Town. Along with housing a small resource room and the Cayman Islands National Archive, Mission House retains some of the original decor from past owners, allowing todays guest to get a feel for how life has been on the island for generations.
Bodden Town Guardhouse Park: Bodden Town Guardhouse Park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, though it is recommended that guests visit only during the daylight hours.
These examples are merely a few of the available choices. You can read this extended discussion which is all about other enjoyable places to visit in and near Bodden Town if you want to learn some more information.
Mastic Reserve is one of the more frequently visited natural attractions. Many years of deforestation for logging purposes during the 18th and 19th centuries led to a loss of one of the Cayman Islands important eco-zones, the dry forest. Mastic Reserve is one of the few remaining dry forests throughout the islands.
Meagre Bay Pond Animal Sanctuary is a second outdoor attraction that's popular with visitors. The small protected area of Meagre Bay Pond is home to a large number of waterfowl that use the shallow salt water to hunt and wade, especially waterfowl like ducks.
These are only a few of the places worth checking out Those wanting to obtain more information concerning natural attractions in and near the area, can easily do so by following this link.
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