Top 15 Things to Do in Seven Mile Beach
Your guide to getting the most out of your time in the Seven Mile Beach area in Grand Cayman.
Seven Mile Beach is a popular area for visitors to explore as it’s packed full of things to do, great restaurants and of course, stunning Seven Mile Beach itself. Read on to find out more about the best things to do in Seven Mile Beach.
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Governor’s Beach is situated in front of Governor’s House and offers clear calm waters. Swim about 80 yards out and you will find coral and plenty of colourful marine life. Keep an eye out for the occasional sea turtle too!
Stingray City is an absolute “must-do” for any visitor to Cayman and is often described as the experience of a lifetime. Stingray City is home to approximately 90 Southern Stingrays. Reached only by boat you will get the chance to pet and feed these gentle creatures.
Located just steps from Seven Mile Beach, the lively waterfront town of Camana Bay is a must-see destination for visitors. With world-class shopping and dining, family-friendly entertainment, authentically local experiences, a packed events calendar and lush outdoor spaces with unique attractions, Camana Bay is not to be missed!
For a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of Grand Cayman and the crystal clear waters of Seven Mile Beach, take a ride with Parasailing Professionals. A safe but exhilarating ride suitable for the whole family, you will ‘fly’ hundreds of feet in the air above the sea.
Paradise Pontoons offers unique private charters along Seven Mile Beach. Set your own itinerary and enjoy an unforgettable day cruising around Seven Mile Beach. Your party will enjoy a boat slide, floaties, snorkelling, a brilliant sound system, free wifi and much more!
Rent paddleboards from waterman and you can spend the day cruising up and down Seven Mile Beach at your own pace. Stop in at one of the hotel bars to refuel on your adventure.
With over 60 treatments to choose from, and award-winning spa therapists, prepare to reach peak relaxation mode. Treatments include massage therapies, facials, body wraps and rain shower experiences, energy balancing rituals, Reiki sessions, manicures, pedicures and more.
Visit the National Gallery and see its permanent art collection, plus up to eight exhibitions a year. Enjoy the stunning gardens and finish up with some refreshments from the on-site café.
Diving Around Seven Mile Beach
You will find excellent diving around Seven Mile Beach. Take a boat dive with a tour operator and you can explore the north wall with its vertical drop offs. There are also several wreck dives including the Oro Verde, the Doc Polson, and the popular USS Kittiwake.
A helicopter sightseeing ride is the most exciting way to see the Cayman Islands from a whole new vantage point. From several hundred feet up you can truly appreciate the magnificent view of Seven Mile Beach and its clear blue waters.
North Sound Golf Club is the only 18-hole championship golf course in the Cayman Islands. With spectacular water views and sun-drenched greens, this course is designed to take advantage of the North Sound’s ocean breeze while offering challenging play.
Paradise Pontoons is a one-stop shop for exploring and experiencing the tranquil waters off Seven Mile Beach. Enjoy a sunset cruise along Seven Mile Beach. Enjoy complimentary bubbles as you watch the sun drop below the horizon. A great activity for friends and families to enjoy.
Catch a Movie
Don't miss the latest releases at the seven-screen multiplex in Camana Bay or catch a classic movie on The Crescent during the summer months and special holidays. The Ritz-Carlton also shows a family-friendly movie under the stars every evening at Andiamo.
Red Sail Sports offers a range of boating and beach activities on Seven Mile Beach. From snorkelling and diving trips to banana boat rides, waterskiing, sailboat rentals and more, there is always something to keep you busy on the beach.
Cool down at the waterparks located at The Ritz-Carlton and the Kimpton Seafire, both of which offer day passes. Kids are guaranteed to have a blast and delicious food and tropical drinks are served at both waterparks.