Land, air, and sea – Grand Cayman covers all the bases when it comes to attractions and activities offered to visitors! Interact with the Island’s wildlife at Stingray City or the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Discover the history that shaped the Island at Pedro St. James Castle, or visit the Cayman Islands National Museum (the Island’s oldest surviving public structure!). The Cayman Islands are a world-renowned diving destination and visitors flock year round to dive one of the 365 marked (one for each day of the year!) diving sites the Island boasts. Dive and tour operators willing to take you out for a day of fun on the water are aplenty. Book off an evening to discover the unique bioluminescent phenomena - there are only a handful of places in the world where it can be experienced!
If you’d rather appreciate the Island’s beautiful waters and beaches from land – horseback riding along the white, sandy stretches of Barker’s National Park is an unforgettable experience. And if you’re after a higher vantage point still, helicopter tours offer a unique birds-eye view of the Island. Those who prefer gastronomic thrills will delight in the sheer volume of restaurants and bars the Island has to offer – with a huge range of international cuisines on offer, though the Island’s own local dishes should not be overlooked. From beaches and water sports to fine dining and shopping, the Island truly has it all – read on for all the ways you can make the most of your time spent on Island.