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Bicycles and Scooters

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 […]

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Bus

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 […]

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Car

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 […]

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Transportation

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.