Whether you’re just kicking off your Grand Cayman adventure or making that last day on the island really count, there’s nothing more enticing than Saturday morning at Rum Point.
One of the most invigorating ways to start your tropical Saturday is a dip in the pool or ocean. Of course, South Bay Beach Club’s exclusive pool is ideal for swimming and sunbathing, as is our scenic section of Seven Mile Beach. This beach, one of the most famous in all of the Caribbean, is renowned for its coral sand and clear water.
Other options for sun, sand and surf include Rum Point Beach, which features shallow water perfect for children to swim in, along with volleyball nets, convenient changing rooms and charming huts.
If you’re yearning to start your day with even more adventurous seaside fun, check out Rum Point’s many other water activities. Experience coral reefs and aquatic life at close range by snorkeling at the famous sandbar area known as Stingray City — where you can actually pet the friendly, non-venomous creatures.
Local outfitters also offer floating toys, rafts and other water crafts like paddle boats, sailboats, stand-up paddle boards, banana boats and kayaks. Alternatively, take guided trips on glass-bottom boats, or book an early fishing excursion.
For a Saturday morning adventure you’ll never forget, go horseback riding on the beach. You can arrange to be picked up right from your villa, then taken on either a ride along the beach, or an extra-special “ride and swim” adventure.
If golfing is more your thing, you’re just a tee’s throw from the North Sound Club, the only 18-hole, champion-level golf course in the region.
And for a true adrenaline-rush to kick start your Saturday, go on a morning helicopter ride. A helipad is available right on Seven Mile Beach for a tour of the scenic shoreline from above. Longer rides featuring the entire island are also available.
Of course, breakfast by the water is always a great way to start the day. Our concierge service can help you set up a balcony feast with the perfect view. You’ll also find plenty of cafes and eat-in bakeries nearby in Rum Point, along with other seaside eateries serving Saturday morning breakfast.
Round out your morning with some duty-free shopping. Everything from exotic clothing, Caribbean artwork and diamonds are sold in boutiques, and even vendor huts along Seven Mile Beach. As you might imagine, rum (along with other spirits) is also sold at Rum Point.