It may seem obvious at times, but not always. After all, how complicated can directions be in a compact, 20 miles by 9 miles island destination, Grand Cayman, that is, in the end, bounded by the sea on all sides? The answer is twofold: Directions can be very confusing, especially in tightly packed neighborhoods like West Bay; and a tourist map offers a lot more information than simple road routes. To see what we mean, read our top 10 reasons why tourists need a map
There are several places where you can get a tourist map in the Cayman Islands. One of the best places to start is at the Owen Roberts International Airport, where you can pick up a free map at the tourism kiosk. You can also get a map from your hotel or resort, as many properties have them available for guests. Additionally, the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism has a visitor center located in George Town, where you can get maps, brochures, and other information about the islands. Finally, many tour operators and car rental companies also provide maps to their customers.