Grand Cayman is the largest and liveliest of the three Cayman Islands. It is a cosmopolitan place with great resorts, an impressive restaurant scene and a small but sophisticated capital (George Town).
These features, however, are matched if not exceeded by the island’s impressive natural attributes. The western part of the island is home to Seven Mile Beach, a busy but stunning stretch of sand that comes close to living up to its name. Around the island, however, there are plenty of quieter beaches for sunbathing, swimming or snorkeling, like Kaibo Beach or Rum Point. And the island is famous for its on and under water activities.
Photo: Kaibo Beach is a beautiful, quiet spot on the north side of Grand Cayman.