Bicycles and Scooters — These are viable alternative, especially for fitness enthusiasts, and those who want to explore quieter parts of the Caymans. Bicycles (for US$15 per day) an scooters (at about US$40 per day) can be rented at George Town. Those staying at resorts in Cayman Brac or Little Cayman are often offered complimentary […]
Bus — The public bus terminal (916-1293), located by the public library on Edward St in downtown George Town, acts as the dispatch point for buses to all areas of Grand Cayman. Color-coded logos on the buses to indicate their routes. The main routes: West Bay (fare US$2.50; 6am-11pm Sun-Thu, 6am-midnight Fri & Sat) Every […]
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 […]
Given the small size of the Caymans’ main island (Grand Cayman), aside from car, bicycle and scooter rentals, taxis and public buses are the only real means to getting around.