Attractions

The three Cayman Islands are so diverse geographically and culturally that you will find many different kinds of attractions. Yes, we have popular tourist attractions such as the Turtle Farm and Rum Point. But we also have a unique planned community called Camana Bay that offers various entertainments and acitivities. And of course, there's our internationally recognized Blue Iguana Recovery Program. Not to mention the breath-taking views atop the Bluff in Cayman Brac. And the undeveloped and unspoiled Point of Sand Beach on Little Cayman. From skate and surf parks to heritage stops, you'll find plenty of 'attractive' places to visit in Cayman.

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Grand Harbour, Red Bay, Grand Cayman

Boasting the world's largest (62,000 sq. ft.) outdoor concrete skate park. Open Monday to Saturday 10am to dusk, Sunday 12pm to dusk. Or try surfing in the continuous standing wave pool - equipment and instruction provided to get you started. Open by rese ...

Telephone(345) 947-4161

East End highway, Grand Cayman

These tunnels carved into the cliffrock below the surface catch the incoming waves resulting in sea spray shooting up as high as 20feet. Hurricane Ivan filled them with debris and they weren't blowing for several years. But they've now cleared out and are ...

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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, Frank Sound Road, Grand Cayman

Cayman's native iguana exists nowhere in the world but Grand Cayman. The breeding and recovery program at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park was established in 1990 and has helped maintain this critically endangered species. The program is based out of t ...

Telephone345-947-3558

eastern end of the island, Cayman Brac

The Bluff on Cayman Brac is one of the most unusual features of these typically flat Caribbean islands. This limestone ridge runs the length of the island but is most dramatic at the eastern end where it reaches a height of 140 feet then drops off abrupt ...

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Blossom Village, Little Cayman

View one of Cayman's most interesting birds at this land-locked salt water lagoon reserve, home to the largest colony of Red-footed Boobies in the western hemisphere. Covering 334 acres, the site has been designated a Wetland of International Significance ...

Telephone345-948-1010

West End near the airport, Cayman Brac

Relax and enjoy your time on the Brac at this 3-acre park just west of the airport. Enjoy a meal at the picnic tables; or take a stroll on the nature trails which help you identify some of Cayman's native trees. Time spent here will let you get a feel for ...

Telephone345-244-4434

Cayman Brac, Cayman Brac

Numerous endemic species appear in this 100-acre woodland set aside to protect the Cayman Brac Parrot (a sub-species indigenous to the island). Take a self-guided tour on the foot paths and a board walk which allow you to get close to nature on the Brac b ...

Telephone345-948-2390

Camana Bay, Grand Cayman

Camana Bay is a planned community with an old time town square feeling but created with modern architecture and lush landscaping. Residences, shopping, restaurants, parking and services are all here. The boulevard leading from West Bay Road is a mini-park ...

Telephone345-640-4000

Camana Bay, Grand Cayman

Stroll three stories up to get to sweeping views of Cayman's mangroves, beaches and busy business, shopping and residential neighborhoods. Along the way, view the massive sea-life mosaic which stretches from the ground floor to the top, depicting Cayman's ...

Telephone345-640-4000

various, Cayman Brac

Hollows in the cliff rock dot the scenic bluff - tradition says pirates reconnoitered here. For the settlers, the caves were an important shelter during storms - Rebecca's Cave helped save the lives of many a 'Bracker' during the devastating '32 hurricane ...

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North Coast, Cayman Brac

Grounds landscaped with native flora surround this reproduction Cayman cottage located on a large lot on the north side of Cayman Brac edging up to the bluff. Historical and cultural features along with narrative panels reveal early life on the Brac. Avai ...

Telephone345-948-0563

Major Donald Drive, Cayman Brac

Enjoy endless views while standing atop the tallest elevation in the Cayman Islands on the 140ft bluff (Brac is the Gaelic word for bluff). The historic lighthouse is accompanied by a newer model. A trail leads to the edge of the bluff - wear hiking boots ...

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Stake Bay, Cayman Brac

Ship-building, turtling, rope-making and other displays focusing on the mariner's life reveal the daily activities of early Brac settlers. The historic building has served as bank, customs, treasury and post office over the years. Learn about the devastat ...

Telephone345-948-2622

South Church St., George Town, Grand Cayman

Jewelry, food items and other delights reflecting traditional Caymanian crafting skills. Leather, thatch, shell and wood products. Pick up a unique piece of Caymanite, or admire the handiwork in the plaited straw hats and tote bags. Get your hair braided ...

Telephone(345) 949-0049

George Town, Grand Cayman

Explore art, cultural and natural history collections to get a close up look at Cayman's early and modern heritage. Children's gallery offers interactive learning. Gift and snack shop featuring authentic Cayman crafts. Across the street from the cruise sh ...

Telephone345-949-8368

off Sparky Drive in Industrial Park, George Town, Grand Cayman

Take your kid or the kid in you out to the track for some go-carting fun. Race around a brightly lit track, up to 10 racers at a time. No reservations required. Age 14 and up. Open 6pm to 9pm daily. Track can be reserved for special events. Kart for free ...

Telephone345-526-5278

Northwest Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman

Car aficionado Andreas Ugland displays his personal and extensive collection in this purpose-built museum. The display of 80 vehicles reflects the historical significance of motorized transport. Special and unusual automobiles, such as one of the original ...

Telephone345-947-7741

Northwest Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman

Breeding ponds, touch tanks and a swimming lagoon where yearlings glide through the water are just a few ways you will be fascinated and educated about Cayman's native Green Sea Turtle, one of the most enduring emblems of the Cayman Islands. Guided tours ...

Telephone(345) 949-3894

Savannah and Bodden Town locations, Grand Cayman

In addition to trail rides and beach rides, Coral Stone Stables offers a 'swim with the horses' option. Whether moving through the forest trails or riding under moonlight on the beach, you are sure to enjoy this experience. All rides include an experience ...

Telephone345-916-4799

Beefers Dock, opposite the Hard Rock Cafe, George Town, Grand Cayman

The 45ft luxury yacht Deep Seeker is a research vessel operating in George Town harbor. The pilot guides a Remotely Operated Vehicle fitted with cameras below the surface. Images are relayed to a TV screen on deck allowing you to see the underwater action ...

Telephone345-926-3343

Morgan's Harbour, West Bay, Grand Cayman

A variety of dolphin swim encounters lets you personalize your experience swimming with the dolphins. The lagoon is situated adjoining North Sound so the dolphins live in their natural saltwater environment. Parrots and other Cayman critters enhance your ...

Telephone345-946-3396

Northwest Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman

Swim with the dolphins with an educational focus. Learn about their behaviors (such as the tail splash), biology, anatomy and other interesting facts. Family and kid-friendly programs. Photo and video service to record your memories. Free entry to the Cay ...

Telephone345-769-7946

Pennsylvania Avenue off Spotts Newlands Road,, Grand Cayman

This 1.8 acre reserve consists of a small pond, wetlands and bushland. An observation deck with benches is accessible via the boardwalk over the marsh. A quiet spot to enjoy nature or a picnic. Information board with bird identifications. Home also to nat ...

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Hell Road (where else?!), West Bay, Grand Cayman

Listen to the different tales providing explanations for the name of this tiny community, as narrated by horned devil Ivan Farrington, who regales all-comers with his jokes and stories. Tourists readily relate to the lunar-landscape appearance of the shar ...

Telephone(345) 947-9462

n/a, Grand Cayman

Nicki offers private tours for intermediate to experienced riders. Maximum group size of 4. Basic lessons in walk and trot for beginners. English and Western saddles available. Reservations recommended. Courtesy transportation from/to hotel or accommodati ...

Telephone345-945-5839

North Church Street, George Town, Grand Cayman

Watch experienced craftsman blow ornate glass artware right in the studio. Wide range of sizes, styles and colors featuring marine creatures and themes. Free demonstration Monday through Friday 10am to 3:30pm. Just a few blocks north of the cruise ship te ...

Telephone345-946-1483

Blossom Village, South Side, Little Cayman

Early history and daily life are displayed in the Little Cayman Museum. Some of the antiquities are over 150 years old. Learn about the famous pirate Blackbeard who anchored for fresh water, and the battle of Bloody Bay when local pirates engaged the Roya ...

Telephone345-948-1033

Agricultural Grounds, Savannah, Grand Cayman

Cayman's farmer's market sells fresh and locally raised produce, flowers, honey, eggs and juices. Jams and jellies, cooked dishes, and traditional crafts. Open Saturdays 7am to 1pm. Located at the Agricultural Pavilion in Lower Valley.

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Frank Sound Road, North Side, Grand Cayman

Explore Cayman's native terrain by hiking the Mastic Trail, at one time the only path connecting the south shore and North Side. Imagine life under original conditions in this reserve of untouched old growth forest. Listen for the Cayman Parrot in the tre ...

Telephone345-749-1121

Bodden Town, Grand Cayman

At various times, this restored Caymanian structure served as the Presbyterian mission, a private home and a school. Delve into Grand Cayman's religious and educational history. Bird-watching tower overlooks the pond. Gift shop. Open Wednesday to Saturday ...

Telephone345-749-1132

Harbour Place, South Church Street, George Town, Grand Cayman

Cayman's national art museum holds rich traditional and contemporary collections in a wide variety of visual arts formats. View works by international known Keith Haring and local favorite Charles Long. Exhibitions, gift shop, library, tours, film nights, ...

Telephone345-945-8111

South Church St., South Sound, Grand Cayman

The National Trust offers historical, ecological and cultural information on all three islands at its Visitor Centre in South Sound. Adjacent to the Dart Family Park, the centre is a great place to picnic or relax between sightseeing stops. Educational pa ...

Telephone345-749-1121

Brac Trust House, White Bay Road, Cayman Brac

The National Trust was founded on Grand Cayman in 1987 to preserve the natural and historic treasures of the islands. The Brac chapter operates the Brac Parrot Reserve and oversees two other designated sites - the Eldemire House and The Splits. Nature hik ...

Telephone345-948-0319

Barkers, West Bay, Grand Cayman

Explore the remote beaches and beach trails of one of Cayman's most pristine areas, Barkers National Park. Morning, evening and full moon rides on professionally trained horses. Western pleasure style riding; English saddles available on request. Pick up ...

Telephone345-945-2262

Pedro Castle Road, just off the Savannah roundabout, Grand Cayman

Wander the grounds of this restored historical 3 storey Cayman great house plantation covering 7 acres on scenic Pedro Bluff. Enter the Pedro Theater for a multi-sensory presentation presenting the early history of Cayman's settlers and government. Availa ...

Telephone(345) 947-3329

Bodden Town Road, Grand Cayman

Explore the natural underground limestone cavern system (populated by Cayman bats) where pirates reputedly hid their treasure. Kids will be charmed by the pirate decorations. A mini-zoo is part of the tour in this lush, tropical garden area ; a rare chanc ...

Telephone345-947-3122

All districts, Grand Cayman

Food, fireworks, fairs and more at Cayman's largest cultural heritage and tourist extravaganza. From the trial of the Pirates to cardboard boat races, from street fairs to the underwater treasure hunt, there is something for everyone in this 2-week long f ...

Telephone345-949-5078

Frank Sound Road, North Side, Grand Cayman

Wander through 65 acres of natural and cultivated native Caymanian flowers and trees. View the restored historic wattle-and-daub cottage with its outdoor kitchen. Take pictures in the color garden. Visit the Blue Iguana Habitat to learn about this endemic ...

Telephone345-947-9462

The Bluff, Cayman Brac

One of Cayman Brac's little known treasures is the rock climbing activity The Bluff offers. Rock climbers love the limestone cliffs which are nearly all vertical or over-hanging. The routes have been laid out by climbing aficionados over many years and ar ...

Telephone345-948-2222

Rum Point, North Side, Grand Cayman

Beach, shade, swimming, snorkeling, water sports, restaurant, bar, grill, volleyball, hammocks, lounge chairs, dock, rest rooms - Rum Point has a little of everything in one compact yet friendly and comfortable location. Expansive views of North Sound and ...

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South Church Street, South Sound, Grand Cayman

Located in South Sound, Smith's Cove is one of Cayman's most picturesque and photographed spots - a lovely shaded nook in the ironshore with a tiny but immaculate white sand beach. The park here provides restrooms and showers, as well as picnic benches. T ...

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Conch Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman

Horseback riding on the beach and in the water in unspoiled Barkers national park. Guided individual and small group tours operating Monday through Saturday for morning, afternoon, evening, and sunset, plus monthly full moon rides. Welcoming cruise shippe ...

Telephone345-916-6488

East End, Grand Cayman

A small path and park are maintained at this East End site over looking the location of the historic Wreck of the Ten Sails. Antique ship canonry and an anchor on the roadside mark the site. Located in the native dry scrubland of East End with sweeping v ...

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