Tips on What To Do in Cayman Islands
Grand Cayman is said to be the most populated, tourist-geared of the three Cayman Islands; in addition the multiple resorts, travelers will find the most popular beaches and land attractions there. More specialized travelers , divers tend to choose the smaller and less secular Little Cayman or Cayman Brac. Those who cannot choose between the distinctive resort activities of Grand Cayman and the authentic landscape and activities of its sister islands are encouraged to ferry to the smaller islands for day tours.
You can find some of the world's best scuba diving and snorkeling, from the plunge at Bloody Bay Wall off Little Cayman to the calm waters and gentle stingrays at Stingray City off Grand Cayman.
Grand Cayman has the most to offer on land activities to all its travellers, with plenty of tours and activities, including semi submarin tours of the bay for those who want to see under the waves without getting wet.
Among one of the most popular beaches is the Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman Island, which comes complete with a strip of resorts, restaurants and shops, as well as a playground, restrooms and showers. Experienced travelers also emphasize on the Rum Point on Grand Cayman, Point o' Sand in Cayman Brac and the secluded Owen Island's beaches.
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