Top Cayman Islands Attractions

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    Here are the picks for the best attractions the Cayman Islands have to offer!

    The Cayman Islands offer visitors an excellent combination of natural beauty, cultural treasures, and unique experiences.

    Stingray City

    Located in Grand Cayman's North Sound, Stingray City may be the most famous "swimming with (fill in your favorite sea creature here)" experience on the planet. Unlike many other attractions, Stingray City does not hold its animals captive - stingrays are native to the North Sound sandbars and the shallow waters make it easy for human visitors to blend in with local marine life (mostly) harmless. Several providers offer full-day and half-day excursions to Stingray City for those looking to snorkel, dive, or just watch from a glass-bottom boat. And since this is not a private attraction, anyone with a boat or jet ski can also go out and mingle with the stingrays for free.

    The National Gallery

    Located on Grand Cayman Harbor Place, the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands houses a permanent collection of Cayman Islands artwork, as well as more than half a dozen local and international exhibitions each year. Occasional lectures and art movie screenings are also on the calendar for local culture lovers and visitors alike.

    Grand Cayman Crafts Market

    Located a short distance from the Grand Cayman Cruise Pier (at the intersection of South Church Street and Boilers Road), the market at Hog Sty Bay sells unique Cayman Islands handicrafts and items made from local materials, including black coral and shells. from sea. Open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    Pedro St. James

    The Pedro St. James National Historic Site is considered the birthplace of the Cayman Islands. The heart of this seven-acre attraction is a Great House circa 1780, the first substantial house built on Grand Cayman Island ("Peter" is another word for "Castle"). Over the years, the house has served as a farm, courthouse, prison, seat of government, and restaurant, a detailed story in the presentation of the 3-D film that runs in every house from 10:00 a.m. A.M at 4:00 p.m. Also located on the seven-acre site is a memorial to Hurricane Ivan, reminding visitors of the destructive path this Category 5 storm took in the Cayman Islands in 2004.

    Cayman Kayak Tour

    The central mangroves of Grand Cayman are an irreplaceable national (and natural) treasure, not only a beautiful green and blue space but also providing essential habitat and a vital nutrient force for the Northern Strait. The only practical way to navigate the thousands of acres of wetlands is by boat, and Cayman Kayaks organizes a two-hour adventure in the mangroves to see native wildlife from the view of a two-person kayak. Tours run daily at 9:30 a.m. and at 1:30 p.m.

    Atlantis Submarine

    If you don't dive, you've probably never experienced the thrill of diving to the bottom of the ocean to explore coral reefs and marine environment up close. The 48-passenger Atlantis Submarine is designed specifically for sightseeing excursions and will take you 100 feet below the crystal clear waters of Grand Cayman for a narrated visit to Nemo and his friends in the Cayman Islands Marine National Park. Night tours are also offered. It's not cheap, but again, how many unique experiences are there?

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