Tips & Tricks
Various car rental agencies (from well-known ones like Avis and Budget) to local outfits are available at both Grand Cayman’s airport and port. A driving permit can be bought at these car rental agencies (for a fee of around US$7.50). The permits are valid for a six-month period, although most visitors are there for a […]
Cayside Courtyard (Harbour Drive, George Town, Grand Cayman) – this small courtyard shopping center has a variety of specialty jewelers and antiques dealers.
Cayman Brac Museum (Old Government Administration Bldg., Stake Bay, Cayman Brac) – this museum has a diverse collection of local historic artifacts, ranging from pistols to pottery and even scary dental pliers. An eye-catching item here is a crafted scale model of the Caymanian catboat Alsons. The museum’s main room reconstructs the Customs, Treasury, bank, […]
Camana Bay Observation Tower (extending between Seven Mile Beach and North Sound, Camana Bay, Grand Cayman) — This 75-foot structure provides striking 360-degree panoramas of otherwise flat Grand Cayman, sweeping from George Town and Seven Mile Beach to the North Sound. Running alongside the steps (though an elevator is also available), a floor-to-ceiling mosaic replicates […]
Deckers Caribbean Grille & Lounge (756 West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman) — this bar & lounge is set up within an actual English double-decker bus, and there’s a seafood and steak restaurant at an attached dining room. Try a signature blood orange mojito or a pinetini, a martini crafted with pineapple-infused vodka. […]
Cayman Islands Submarines (30 South Church St., Grand Cayman) –– The Cayman Islands are one of the top scuba diving destinations in world, and with Atlantis Submarines, you don’t have to be a scuba diver to experience the underwater world. The 48 passenger Atlantis Submarine offers a unique but relative option for anyone seeking things […]