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Things to Do in the Cayman Islands

Kissed by Sun & Sand

Paradise is always a moment away. From the crystal-clear waters and soft, white sand of Seven Mile Beach to the memorable snorkeling excursions at Stingray City, you’ll find an excellent selection of things to do in the Cayman Islands during your stay.


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Seven Mile Beach

Just steps away from our pool deck, the award-winning Seven Mile Beach is famous for its impressive scenery, crystal blue ocean and water activities.

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Bonny Moon Beach Club

Head on over to Seven Mile beach, grab your chairs, umbrellas and towels, and experience Grand Cayman’s newest beach club serving food, drinks and vibes all day and through the night.

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The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

Established in 1996, The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is a contemporary museum dedicated to showcasing and preserving local Caymanian art through unique exhibitions.  Admission is always free.

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Stingray City

For a truly distinctive experience, Stingray City offers snorkeling tours that allow you to swim with stingrays in their natural habitat. A Cayman tradition not to be missed.

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Rum Point

Completely renovated in 2022-2023 and located on Grand Cayman’s north side, Rum Point is a seaside attraction ideal for a picturesque lunch or an exciting day of water and beach activities.

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Camana Bay

As Grand Cayman's premiere shopping and dining destination, Camana Bay is a lively waterfront destination where visitors can satisfy  their foodie cravings, shop for all things local experience a music performance or movie, and even explore a weekly farmers market.

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North Sound Golf Club

North Sound Golf Club is home to 18 holes of traditional golf for players of every background, complemented by scenic ocean views.