Celebrated as one of the Caribbean's paramount diving destinations, Grand Cayman offers sun, sand and a fascinating underwater experience. Since 1984, Vacations To Go has helped more than five million travelers plan fantastic vacations, and we'll help you find your dream Grand Cayman resort for the lowest possible price!
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With average high temperatures of 85°F in the summer and 75°F in the winter, Grand Cayman's brilliant white-sand beaches beckon beachgoers year-round. But you'd be remiss not to venture into the waters here -- more than 250 dive sites located around the island promise stunning sub-aquatic slideshows of shipwrecks, Technicolor marine life and vibrant coral formations. Whether you're an expert or just a beginner, snorkeling is a favorite Grand Cayman diversion.
The island's most popular attraction, Seven Mile Beach, provides opportunities for snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing. Lined with luxury resorts and offering a wide array of water sports, this crescent-shaped stretch of bliss is renowned worldwide for its gorgeous aquamarine seas.
Away from the bustle of Seven Mile Beach, the shores of the East End offer seclusion and tranquility, while North Sound's shallow bay provides striking views of its barrier reef. Adventurers can explore the sound's outer edge en route to sharp drop-offs and a summit guarded by tarpon shoals and turtles. Head to nearby Stingray City and Sandbar to feed and wade with stingrays.
Nature lovers can trek through mangrove swamps and ancient woodlands on the historic Mastic Trail. You can also see exotic animals and vibrant flowers at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, look for neotropical songbirds at Brac Parrot Reserve, or visit the Turtle Farm, an interactive sea turtle nursery where green and hawksbill turtles are raised.
Grand Cayman's capital of George Town offers fine cuisine and upscale shopping. Aside from enjoying cosmopolitan amenities, visitors can learn of the island's natural and cultural history at the Cayman Islands National Museum and Heroes' Square. Championship golf courses also dot the island, while horseback riding and cycling are other popular land activities.
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