Water sports, Boating, Beaches and
Scuba Diving

Island life style, tours and island hopping

Excellent Cuisine in Dining

Adventures: Caves, hiking, botanical gardens, horseback riding and more

Shopping: Duty-free, local favorites and hidden gems

Things to do / What's nearby

Located on a private beach, Cayman Stead also has a new outdoor pool. If you are a scuba diver, the famous North Wall (world renowned as one the best barrier reef/dive sites in the world) is just 300 yards off the beach or snorkeling is a few swim strokes away. This is a quieter, more relaxed atmosphere than Seven Mile Beach with restaurants, beach bars and groceries located nearby. Rum Point club, Red Sail Sports (assorted water sport activities) and Cayman Kai/Kaibo (restaurant) are just up the road. You may choose to go to Sting Ray City, where you can watch, swim with and hand feed up to 60+ stingrays (completely harmless and utterly amazing), and only a ten-minute boat ride away. You may also go to Seven Mile Beach where you can duty-free shop (great jewelry deals!), Visit the rum cake shop, Caybrew factory, play golf, enjoy 5-star restaurants or wander Camana Bay for some upscale shopping or see a movie. The West End of the island also offers some excellent restaurants, diving and don’t forget the about the Turtle Farm.


You may choose to walk, bike or drive up and down the road and view the numerous, breathtaking seaside mansions of Rum Point and Cayman Kai. The North Side is also home to the scenic Botanic Park which consists of a .8 mile nature trail where you can view local plants and trees that are marked and identified. The park is also home to the Blue Iguana captive breeding program. One might also choose to see over 60 species of exotic birds, Cayman Parrots, Blue Iguanas, Agoutis, Whistling Ducks, Emus, Miniature Ponies and various Turtles at the Cardinal D’s Park which is closer to George Town.

For a quieter day, you can hang out by the pool with a book (sun or shade), take a walk along the beach or drive up and down the roads and view the numerous, breathtaking seaside mansions of Rum Point and Cayman Kai. Thirsty? Stop in one of the local bars and just hang out (happy hour!) with the locals. Something different- put on some old sneakers and Visit the Pig farm!

A trip to Cayman would not be the same without a stop at Cayman’s oldest settlement on the island-the East End, where you can Visit “Hell”, the local farmers market or take some great photos of the Blow Holes and see some ship wrecks. Don’t forget to Visit Nina at Beach Bubbles for some amazing soaps and products (natural). You’ll love Nina and her products! There are numerous things to do, you choose — this is what Cayman Island is all about!!