Cayman's largest land-based attraction, Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife Encounter hosts more than 200,000 visitors each year. Educational, cultural and entertainment programmes are consistently being created and updated to enhance the experience that can only be found at our world renowned attraction.
World renown Seven Mile Beach is famous for its white sandy beaches, turquoise crystal clear waters and large swaying Casuarina trees. Your visit to Cayman is not complete without time spent on Seven Mile Beach.
Although not always on the top of visitors' list of 'things-to-do', the Blow Holes should not be missed! Located along the ironshore in East End, the Blow Holes offer visitors the opportunity to see the large spray produced by the eroded shore and proves for a fantastic photo op.
What is a visit to the Cayman Islands without a visit to Rum Point? Located in North Side, Rum Point offers a variety of water sport activities for everyone in the family. From the shallow crystal waters to the hammocks dotted throughout the property, Rum Point is the ultimate location for island relaxation.