Grand Cayman has plenty of activities to offer, many of which can be found on dry land or even up in the air!
Explore the Island with a local guide. Book a tour with Cayman Safari Adventures Ltd., a private Island tour with Tours Cayman, or a group tour with Cayman in a Nutshell.
Cayman Turtle Centre is a modern day reminder of Cayman’s seafaring history. You can interact with turtles and marine life, feed exotic birds, enjoy a day in the snorkelling pool and ride the Turtle Twister waterslide. A free shuttle from Seven Mile Beach is available.
Go Horseback Riding along Barkers Beach or in the water for a unique experience with Coral Stone Stables or Spirit of the West. The latter even offers moonlit rides. No previous experience is required.
Explore Cycling Trails with Cayman Bike Company. The trails are flat and mostly traffic free.
Take the Flavour Tour for a guided dining adventure around Camana Bay. Enjoy small plates and featured wine or cocktail pairings for a fun and very sociable culinary evening.
Blue Iguana Safari Meet Grand Cayman’s famous “Blue Dragons” behind the scenes at the breeding facility at the Botanic Park. Tours are held at 11am Monday to Saturday except on days when it rains. A guide will explain how the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme was able to bring this endangered species back from the brink of extinction and they will introduce you to their star breeders.
Check out the Cool Cars at the Cayman Motor Museum. Take a historical tour of the motoring world and see over 80 vintage cars including Rolls-Royces, Bentleys, Jaguars and more. Open November-May.
Admire National Art at the National Gallery. It’s home to the national art collection and is a fascinating journey through Cayman’s artistic history.
Take a Helicopter Ride for an awesome view of SMB, Stingray City and remote areas of Cayman with Cayman Islands Helicopters
Visit the Crystal Caves Local guides take you through the surrounding tropical forest and around the network of caverns culminating with a visit to a crystal clear underground lake. Call (345) 925 3001 to arrange a visit.
Cook ‘Cayman Style’ Learn to cook Caribbean and other cuisine styles at Bon Vivant (345) 623 2665 or the National Trust (345) 749 1121.
Sample Beer, Rum or Wine Take a tour of the Cayman Islands Brewery or visit Cayman Spirits Company Distillery. Try wine tasting at West Indies Wine Company and sample some of the 80 different wines on offer.
Play a Round of Golf There are two golf courses on-Island, The Ritz-Carlton Golf Course offers nine-holes on the Greg Norman designed golf course and the North Sound Club is an 18-hole course with a driving range and two putting greens. At both you can rent clubs, improve your swing with a lesson from the resident pro and take advantage of cheaper twilight rates. You will find the courses are quieter during the week when residents are at work. For younger enthusiasts, Cayman Crazy Golf (345) 945 8362 is located next to Deckers Restaurant on Seven Mile Beach. This 18-hole mini-golf course is a fun and inexpensive family activity.
Treat Yourself to a rejuvenating, massage or body wrap at the Hibiscus Spa, la prairie Spa, Touch of Thai, or Da Vinci Centre.
Mini Golf is great for young golfing enthusiasts. This 18-hole mini-golf course is located next to Deckers Restaurant and is fun for all the family. CI$5 per round for adults and children.
Dining with a Twist View tarpon feeding every evening at 7.30pm at the Lobster Pot and twice daily, 7pm and 9pm, at The Wharf (345) 949