If you want to see the real treasure of Cayman Island, visit the most stunning Grand Cayman Island, which is its integral part. Whether you are seeking for utter relaxation, amazing dining, electric night life or incredible underwater sights, Grand Cayman Island is a peerless place to explore. Explorers drift here to witness the presence of magnetic beaches, nature reserves as well as lush vegetation.
Rest, relax and admire the beauty of nature
Grand Cayman is blessed with many beaches and Seven Mile Beach is one of them. This super stunning crescent-shaped beach is the best place to rest, relax and admire the beauty of nature. It has many wonderful spots for fishing, swimming and diving. The treaty of wind, sun and waves is breathtaking and can leave you speechless. People who love the vibes of Caribbean, often choose this less populated island.
Cayman Islands is known for offering world-class scuba diving, snorkelling, and fishing sites. People enjoy non-stop adventure activities on this island.
Both diving and snorkelling are the most famous activities of Cayman Islands. Families enjoy crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, which is dotted with colourful corals, dancing vegetation and dramatic wildlife.
Hiking, caving, bird watching and horseback riding
People also enjoy endless hiking, caving, horseback riding and much more. They often explore the three island (Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman) to experience the rich and diverse flora and fauna. They stretch their horizon to follow the hiking trails. No doubt, there are many forests and caves that attract inquisitive explorers.
According to a survey, there are more than 200 different species of birds in Cayman Islands. One of the most significant things is that you can book bird watching tours in advance.
Cars, buses and taxis are always available for travellers. You can choose limousines to make your journey more comfortable and enjoyable.
- Don’t miss to see eight species of bats.
- Explore George Town, West Bay, Bodden Town, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
- Don’t forget to swim with stingrays.
So, are your ready to visit – Cayman Island, in the western Caribbean Sea?