Grand Cayman Attractions
Seven Mile Beach
Located in the the heart of Seven Mile Beach, The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa, provides guests with direct access to one of the most famous beaches in the world.
Seven Mile Beach encompasses so many different activities, a day at the beach has the ability to leave your head spinning. Whether or not you enjoy just relaxing and watching the waves roll in, or taking your vacation up a notch and parasailing over the Caribbean Sea – Seven Mile Beach has what you’re looking for. With an abundance of water sports operators, accommodations and beachside restaurants you will never be at a loss for what to do on Seven Mile Beach.
This beach is known for its array of watersports and its translucent aquamarine waters. Australian pines dot the background, and the average winter temperature of the water is a perfect 80°F (27°C). Why not spend your day at the beach?
Discover Camana Bay—a lively waterfront town where you can satisfy your foodie cravings, shop for all things local and explore our weekly Farmers & Artisans Market. Swing lazily on a hammock, climb the 75-foot Observation Tower or be delighted by the sound of kids splashing in the fountains. It all happens only a short walk from Seven Mile Beach.
Mastic Reserve and Trail
The Mastic Reserve on Grand Cayman protects part of the largest contiguous area of untouched, old growth dry forest remaining on the island. This area and other similar expanses of forest in Cayman are of international significance representing some of the last remaining examples of the Caribbean’s dry, subtropical, semi deciduous dry forest, which have been the target of particularly intense deforestation throughout the West Indies.
Boatswain’s Beach is the new home of over 16,000 turtles of the Cayman Turtle Farm and promises to take your breath away with its fabulous arrays of turtles. A journey of discovery awaits you in this beautiful marine park with all the other exciting marine adventures. Enjoy everything from nature trails to a snorkeling lagoon, as well as a bird aviary, iguanas and other predator tanks, shopping arcades, and much more!
Stingray City is 15 feet deep, where you can swim along and hand feed an array of awe-inspiring stingrays.
Enjoy the Stingray Sandbar – only waist deep – you can use a mask and snorkeling gear to watch the rays in more shallow water.
Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park
The Botanical Park is a must-see with its natural beauty of The Cayman Islands. Stroll through its 65 acres of land inhabited iguanas, native migratory birds and other indigenous creatures. Also experience the large floral garden and a variety of exotic plant life.
The Pirate’s Caves
Explore authentic underground caves, where pirates once hid their treasures! One of history’s most notorious pirates cave, tour the Grand Cayman’s most spectacular underground formations. Experience a unique opportunity to wander through passages once used by pirates as hiding places for valuable treasures and artifacts.
Imagine an idyllic tropical retreat set against the backdrop of Cayman’s picturesque North Sound. Where the opportunity awaits you to meet, and swim with a family of Bottle Nose Dolphins at their home in the Caribbean Ocean at “Dolphin Cove Cayman”.
Named after barrels of rum that washed ashore, this is the perfect venue to kick back, relax and enjoy some family time.
The capital of the Cayman Islands, in the British West Indies. The city has a population of approximately 35,600 and is the largest city on Grand Cayman. Historical points of interest include:
- Fort George Historic Site
- Public Library
- Elmslie Memorial Church
- Town Clock
- Heroes Square and the Legislative Assembly (Parliament)
- Post Office
- National Museum