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Explore the Districts and Areas of Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is made up of 5 districts with various neighbourhoods.

Cayman's size makes it ideal for visitors to explore the different areas and neighbourhoods in a short space of time. From the rugged iron shore and water spouts in the East to the gorgeous sandy beaches of Seven Mile in the West, Cayman is made for exploring.

Seven Mile Beach

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Stretching over 5.5 miles along the island's western coast, the beach boasts sugar-soft, white sands and crystalline turquoise waters. Renowned globally, it offers an idyllic setting for relaxation and recreation. Deluxe hotel resorts line the shore offering unparalleled luxury. Bask in the sun as you walk along the sand, cooling down as the lapping waves hit your feet.

Fans of the underwater world can take advantage of the beautiful reefs that lie just metres from the sand. Adrenaline seekers can partake in jetskiing, parasailing and other watersports throughout a day spent on this world-famous beach. And as the sun dips below the horizon, Seven Mile Beach transforms into a canvas of warm hues, embodying the charm of the Caribbean.

George Town

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The waterfront of Grand Cayman's capital, George Town, bustles with activity every day, hosting cruise ships and offering a picturesque view of the harbour. Duty-free shopping attracts many visitors, with jewellery stores, local artisans and markets selling their wares.

George Town is the home of the Islands' National Museum, the Legislative Assembly Building and many of the Islands' best restaurants. A trip to the capital is a must-have on your itinerary.

Camana Bay

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Designed with meticulous attention to detail, Camana Bay features an array of shops, restaurants and cultural spaces just waiting to be explored. The lively atmosphere of the Town Centre is complemented by picturesque waterfront views.

Visitors can enjoy leisurely shopping, savour culinary delights at diverse eateries and partake in many of the town's community events. Camana bay also has the Islands' only cinema and the Camana Bay Observation Tower, providing entertainment and panoramic views.

West Bay

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West Bay in Grand Cayman is a tranquil coastal enclave, offering a more serene escape from the bustling energy of the island. Nestled along the northwest shores, it combines natural beauty with a laid-back charm. The district is known for its scenic vistas, including the iconic Hell rock formations.

Boasting local charm, West Bay provides a glimpse into the island's history and culture. With quiet beaches, authentic eateries, and a relaxed ambiance, it's an ideal retreat for those seeking a peaceful experience on Grand Cayman's picturesque shores.

North Side

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North Side in Grand Cayman is a secluded haven, offering an escape for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty. Far from the bustling crowds, this district on the island's north eastern coast is characterised by untouched landscapes and pristine beaches.

With its unspoiled scenery and a slower pace of life, North Side is an idyllic retreat, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the peaceful ambiance of the Caribbean.

Top Experiences

Cave Attraction

Cayman Crystal Caves

North Side
Botanical Gardens

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

North Side
Bioluminescence Tours

Cayman Kayaks

North Side

Though it is a much quieter side the the island when compared to the west, North Side is still a spot for adventure seekers. Whether it's Cayman's wildlife or excursions on the water, you'll find it in North Side.

East End

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East End in Grand Cayman offers a tranquil escape on the island's southeastern tip. Known for its untouched beauty, this district invites visitors to explore pristine beaches like Colliers Public Beach and experience a more secluded side of the island.

The laidback atmosphere, local charm and opportunities for outdoor activities, like snorkelling or the captivating Blow Holes, make East End a retreat for those seeking a quieter, more authentic Caribbean experience away from the bustling tourist hubs.

Top Experiences

Watersports Operator

White Sand Water Sports

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Wildlife Attraction

Cayman Parrot Sanctuary

East End
Caribbean & Australian Fusion

Tukka East

East End

Explore East End the right way, taking advantage of all the activities and restaurants suitable for all the family. 


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Nestled inland, Savannah provides a contrast to the coastal scenes with its lush landscapes and quiet streets. It is also home to the Pedro St. James National Historic Site, known as the 'Birthplace of Democracy in the Cayman Islands' – a fascinating stop for history buffs!

Savannah's community-centric vibe and proximity to natural attractions make it a delightful retreat for any day out. 

Areas and Districts Map

Discover the Cayman Islands using our downloadable, detailed local maps and an interactive map of Grand Cayman that allows you to locate nearby businesses through an interactive map.


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