The flat terrain and good condition of the roads makes getting around by bike easy, although it does get hot.
On the Sister Islands, most of the resorts have bicycles which you can borrow to go exploring. You just put them back when you have finished with them.
Scooters and mopeds can be rented on Grand Cayman and Little Cayman. If driving a scooter, you must wear a helmet. Remember the rules to the road and be extra cautious when changing lanes. It is best to use hand signals in addition to your indicator lights when changing lanes—especially in a rotary.
Bird electric scooters are now available to rent in Grand Cayman and they can be found in Camana Bay and various other points around Seven Mile Beach and George Town. E-scooters are 100% electrically charged and a great alternative to bicycle transportation. Download the Ride Bird app to find out more. You must have a drivers license to be able to rent an electric scooter in the Cayman Islands. The cost for renting a scooter is CI$1 to start and CI$0.15/minute after that.
Little Cayman is the perfect place to rent scooters because there is no traffic, the roads are straight, and the speed limit is just 25 mph. You can rent scooters from Scooten! Scooters! for either for a day or your whole stay. They rent quality Yamaha C3 50cc scooters for KYD$27 for a ½ day or KYD$38 for a full day (KYD$10) extra for a double ride) which includes a free tank of gas, free souvenir photo and free delivery and pick up anywhere on the Island. You have to be 18 years or older and have a valid driver’s license.
There are no scooter rentals are available on Cayman Brac.