When most people think of vacationing in the Cayman Islands, it is Grand Cayman that they are thinking of. This, the largest and most populous of the chain, is constantly overrun with tourists in search of their dream Caribbean vacation. The island is so diverse that it is in fact possible that everyone who visits can find a place to call their own, whether it is local culture they hope to learn about, or natural scenery to submerge themselves in.
You will find several beaches to enjoy on the island. Regardless of whether you prefer being around other people, or you enjoy relaxing in a secluded area, you can find a beach that fits your preferences. Just click on each beach name for a detailed review of that part of the coast.
If you enjoy snorkeling, a place worth considering is Rum Point. On the north coast of Grand Cayman, facing Cuba, lies bustling Rum Point. Here, flat white sands backed by shade trees lead down to the calm blue sea.
Another place that beach-goers can consider is The Blowholes. The blowholes is a thin stretch of beach on Grand Cayman's less popular south shore. If you're looking for a beach trip with a more culturally distinct island experience, head to the more urban beaches near George Town.
Water Cay: Water Cay is often accessed by boat, docking along the sandbar. You can also drive here easily, up Rum Point Drive, then left at Water Cay Road.
Of course, you will find a full range of beaches on the island. To get more information about this topic, visit this article.
National Trust Visitor Center is a museum on the edge of Grand Cayman. The Centre is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Another landmark that often intrigues visitors is National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. It is Seven Mile Beach, in western Grand Cayman. The permanent collection of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is housed on the second floor and features important pieces of Cayman artwork that has been growing since the inception of the National Gallery. Additionally, the gallery tries to host at least six rotating exhibits each year.
Cayman Islands National Museum: This national museum has diverse collections and features exhibits on various topics, from a collection of Cayman artwork to a natural history collection full of fossils of sea critters.
Of course, the island has some other places to visit. Click here to see our page about other sites worth seeing on Grand Cayman.
Dolphin Cove is one of the outdoor attractions that's worth a visit. Owned and operated by people who truly love and care for the dolphins that live there, Dolphin Cove invites guests to experience a day in the life of a dolphin up close and personal.
Another option that needs mentioning is Cayman Turtle Farm. The Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife Encounter is the largest land attraction in the Cayman Islands, featuring both entertaining and education programing that touches on not only turtles, but other Cayman marine life.
Grand Cayman has additional choices too. To navigate to our detailed page about natural attractions on the island, navigate to this page.
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