Explore The Beaches On The Cayman Islands

A beach is not just a beach in the Cayman Islands. Each one of the Cayman beaches has a unique experience to offer you. All you have to do is decide which experience you want to have most. Following are a few of the most popular beaches on each of the Cayman Islands.

Grand Cayman Beaches

Rum Point has a nice, inviting sandy beach. It is a great place to go swimming and lounge for the day. The drawback is that it can be quite congested because the crowds from the cruise ships often make their way to it as well.

If you have a full day, and would like to go where the action is, then the Seven Mile Beach offers you access to restaurants and bars, plus the ability to take part in water activities, such as parasailing. You will also find it easy to find your own little section of beach to relax and enjoy the calm water.

If privacy is your biggest concern, then Smith Cove is your best choice. Many people believe it is the best snorkel spot on the whole island. It is also a great place for taking some beautiful vacation photos.

Cayman Brac Beaches

The Brac Reef Beach is a great place to go for everyone. If you feel like doing some activities, you can snorkel, dive, fish, kayak, and more; however, if you feel like relaxing, there are picnic tables and hammocks where you can rest and relax. This is a great spot for a larger group with individuals who have different ideas of fun at the beach. Everyone can do their own thing!

Carib Sands offers you the services of a vacation resort with the ability to dive, fish, snorkel, and relax. You will find that everything you need is within walking distance from the beach, including a restaurant, supermarket, and even a car rental dealership if you decide to leave the beach and explore.

Little Cayman Beaches

Point O’ Sand is the ultimate private setting. In fact, many find that they often have the beach to themselves, which makes this a great beach for romantic or quiet time. In addition, if you are not a swimmer, you will love the fact that the water stays ankle deep for about 15 feet and then has a gradual drop off after that.

If you would rather be closer to the action, then the Little Cayman Beach is ideal for you. You can lay on some hammocks under cabanas and lounge your day away. Or, if you want to do some diving, the Reef Divers has the staff and experience to help you experience diving at its best. They offer guided diving boat trips and snorkeling.

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  • July 8th, 2015

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