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Grand Cayman offers numerous activities and attractions for island visitors to enjoy. The island features several engaging attractions and an events calendar brimming with activities. From marine adventures to attractions on the land, there is something to do for visitors of all ages. Here are our top 10 lists of Grand Cayman attractions and activities that Seascape guests typically enjoy to do on land.




Attractions on Land

  • Turtle Farm - 23 acre marine park
  • Cayman Motor Museum
  • Camana Bay - retail and lifestyle centre
  • National Gallery - art
  • National Museum - natural and cultural history
  • Pedro St. James - oldest building on the island and interpretive centre
  • Mission House in Bodden Town
  • Queen Elizabeth II Royal Botanic Park
  • Rum Point - beach and dining destination, and home of the original mudslide
  • Blow Holes at the East End

Activities on Land

  • Walk Seven Mile Beach
  • Golf at North Sound Golf Course
  • Do some duty free shopping in George Town
  • Hike the Mastic Trail - 2 mile journey back in time
  • Take a helicopter tour for a bird’s eye view of the island
  • Go horseback riding on the beach
  • Take a day trip to Cayman Brac (fondly called The Brac) and explore cliffs and caves
  • Explore the Seven Mile Beach neighbourhood on a Segway
  • Stay in shape and discover Grand Cayman on a pedal bike cycling tour
  • Pamper yourself at one of several luxury spas


Marine Attractions

  • Stingray City
  • Kittiwake
  • Atlantis Submarine
  • Smith’s Cove
  • The reef and clear waters that surround Cayman Islands

Marine Activities

  • Scuba diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Fishing
  • Boating - sailing and power boating are equally wonderful to do in Cayman Islands
  • Non motorized watersports – stand up paddle boarding, kite boarding and more!