Grand Cayman does have museums like the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, the Tortuga Rum Cake Factory, the Turtle Farm, Pirates Cave and the Stingray Brewery.
Shopping and sightseeing in Georgetown, as well as in the other small villages, is always a pleasure. There are great bargains, local treasures, but no street vendors. If you want peace and quiet, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman won’t disappoint you. Both islands take visitors back in time where they can enjoy the seclusion of a tropical paradise filled with limestone caves, exotic plants and wildlife, plus a parrot species that is only found on the islands.
Seven Mile Beach
Seven Mile Beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Sailing, fishing, snorkeling parasailing, windsurfing, submarining and kayaking are just some of the daily activities. Aqua trikes, wave runners, paddle boats, banana boats and other water toys, also make the beach the premier attraction.
- Reef diving
- Wander Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park
- The Cayman Islands National Museum
- National Gallery (Cayman Islands, American and British art)
- Pedro St James
- Boatswain's Beach
- Cayman Brac caves