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On the western shore of Grand Cayman lies Seven Mile Beach. Named by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine as the Caribbean’s Best Beach this coral and sand beach is a favorite among Those Visiting the Caymans. Seven Mile Beach is home to most of the resort hotels on the island but is public property which means guests can stroll along the shoreline. You’re welcome to grill for yourself or take advantage of one of the beach bars or hotel restaurants which are very inviting and located along the beach.
Stingray City is located in the shallow waters of the northwest corner of Grand Cayman's North Sound. If you want to experience Sting Rays in their natural habitat, this is the place to go. Known as one of the most popular attractions on the island, Sting Ray City welcomes both divers and snorkelers alike. Hungry for food you will experience the Rays first hand as they will take bait right from your hands. Stingray City is a phenomenon like no other in the world.
If a quiet retreat off the beaten path is what you’re looking for Grand Cayman’s Rum Pointe is the place for you. Located on the North side of the island its natural beauty, white sandy beaches and clear waters are a popular hang-out for locals looking to unwind. For travelers it’s a relatively untouched oasis with plenty of hammocks and lounges to relax in and soak up the sun or chill in the shade. This beautiful public beach is a 40 minute car drive from George Town. Often time’s visitors opt for the boat ride over to catch a view of the beach from the water.
A popular port of call for cruise ships means that George Town the Caymans capital city is loaded with activities. Whether it’s shopping in the busy shopping district, a submarine ride, or tour of a local rum distillery, there is plenty to keep you busy. If you care for a little time on the beach, visit Seven Mile beach which is just to the west of George Town. The beach is the Islands most popular, and offers bars and restaurants for all to enjoy.
First sited by Christopher Columbus the Cayman Islands can boast itself as a major international financial center thanks to the notable fact it has more registered businesses than it does people. Don’t let business distract you from the beauty of this tropical paradise. Consisting of three islands, the Caymans are a haven for snorkelers and scuba enthusiasts alike. Whether it’s a swim with stingrays or a dive to explore the remains of one its several shipwrecks, the Caymans offer plenty for the water enthusiast. For a more laid back experience, visit Seven Mile Beach, on which a number of the islands’ hotels and resorts are located. The Cayman Islands are a must for the person looking for it all. Come and experience everything offered by this lush tropical paradise.