Tips & Tricks
Sea Feather Bay (South Side Road, Cayman Brac) – this beach stands out because it’s the ideal location for escaping over-crowded hangouts in the town proper. Many of the other beaches in the Cayman Islands may have the same warm sand and calming breezes as Sea Feather Bay Beach, but are usually more cramped since […]
Rum Point Beach (Rum Point Drive, North Side, Grand Cayman) – a beach with clear and shallow waters, this is a favorite for young children. There are also watersports operators within that area, as well as some beach bars.
Stingray City (North Sound area, Grand Cayman) – a very popular offshore attraction in this part of the Caymans, the so-called “City” is really a shallow sandbar where visitors can interact with (and even feed) the Atlantic Stingrays that reside within these waters. Along with this visit, tourists can always come across Stingray City during […]
Point of Sands (Little Cayman) — Little Cayman’s most popular and unique beach is Point of Sands, on the South East tip of Little Cayman (facing Cayman Brac). Visit this remote beach and enjoy the solitude of its pink sands… yes you heard right, pink! The pink sand is caused by a type of calcifying […]
Public Beach (Cayman Brac) – located about 2 miles east of the Brac Reef and Carib Sands/Brac Caribbean resorts, this is actually a deserted beach (despite its name) with calm surf and good snorkeling conditions.
Owen Island (Little Cayman) – this is a private forested island reachable by rowboat, kayak or a 200-yard swim. Some visitors are attracted to the “deserted beach” environment this site offers.