Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands and the location of
the territory's capital, George Town. It is the largest cruise port the
largest that attracts many adventure-sports enthusiasts and beach lovers
for its famous Seven Mile Beach. People also come here to spend their
vacations while swimming with stingrays, and diving, and hiking. The star
attraction here is scuba diving and snorkelling because the island features
coral reefs, underwater sea walls and many shipwrecks. Those interested in
duty-free shopping take out sometime to go to the national capital city of
Things to do in Grand Cayman Island
Seven Mile Beach
Located in the Grand Cayman Island, the Seven Mile Beach is regarded as one
of the best beaches in the Caribbean. It is a powdery white sandy beach
that is dotted with casuarinas and coconut palm across a stunning backdrop
of turquoise coloured waters of the Caribbean Sea. Best of all, the beach
is squeaky clean and playing loud music is discouraged here.
A trip to the Stingray City in the Grand Cayman Islands comes highly
recommended to all those swimmers who are afraid of stingrays. One of the
top attractions in the entire Caribbean, it is a premier shallow water
snorkel and dive site. One can come here to snorkel and dive, and to swim
George Town is Grand Cayman Island’s capital and a premier banking.
Visitors come here for duty-free shopping and to appreciate local arts and
culture in in art gallery. Two-star attractions here are Cayman Islands
National Museum (where one can see native historical and ecological
exhibits) and the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (it features fine
art collection made by local artists).
Best Time to Visit Grand Cayman Islands
Winter and early spring seasons (the months from December to February) are
the best to book your flights from Tampa to Grand Cayman Island. Book your
flights from TPA to GCM during this time of the year to enjoy sports and
cultural events like the Cayman Jazz Fest and Taste of Cayman. It is
advised to book Grand Cayman Island flights in advance to avoid paying more
during peak season.