From luxury items to souvenirs, you’ll find every opportunity to feed your shopping urge, the duty-free way in Grand Cayman. Be sure to make a stop at Camana Bay for art, jewelry and designer fashion. Shoppers will also delight in fun finds in the shops of George Town and Seven Mile Beach. Bring home the perfect momentum from your Grand Cayman adventure.
There’s more fun to be had in Grand Cayman long after the sun sets in the west. Enjoy Cayman-style happy hours and world-class nightlife during your stay. There’s something for everyone with a casual beachfront scene at Beach Bar and upscale fun at Tides plus so much more!
Enjoy a day full of fun, sun and memories at Rum Point, a scenic beachfront spot that’s perfect for everyone. Beach goers can bask along the serene beach or enjoy the crystal waters with a land base or on their choice of watercraft. Amenities include changing rooms, showers, huts, bathrooms, hammocks, volleyball nets and much more.
Your visit to Grand Cayman must include a stop at George Town. Stroll through the boutiques and art galleries or stop in for a rum tasting or museum visit. No matter where your adventure leads you, you’re sure to get the true flavor of Grand Cayman with a stop in George Town.
Queen Elizabeth | Botanic Park
The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is a nature lover’s paradise! Explore the lush landscape of this 65-acre garden and its peaceful woodland preserve for a true nature experience. A visit to the park is perfect for those seeking nature, wildlife and an exciting day on Grand Cayman.
Pedro St. James Castle National Historic Site
This historic landmark is the oldest existing building in the Cayman Islands. Located on the southern coast of Grand Cayman Island, the manor is a reconstruction of an original 1780 house, and the home of plantation owner William Eden. In 1831, it served as a rendezvous point for the first elected parliament in the Cayman Islands. For that reason, it is known as the birthplace of democracy in Cayman. Steeped in history, a notable event took place four years later in 1835 when the Slavery Abolition Act was read from the stone archway of the building.
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