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First-time visitors to the Cayman Islands are in for a real treat! There are so many tourist attractions and tours in Grand Cayman, you will be amazed at the variety. Check out as many of these exciting activities in the Cayman Islands as you can.

Here are some of the top Cayman Islands tours and excursions:

  1. Top of your list should be an excursion with Cayman Islands submarines. We offer the best underwater tours in Grand Cayman as our glass bottom boat and our submarines let you explore the marine parks and shipwrecks that the islands are famous for. View all of the exotic sights in comfort and safety without ever dipping a toe in the water.
  2. Seven Mile Beach, of course, is known as one of the most pristine white sand beaches in the world. If you are staying in one of the hotels or condos along the beach, you can begin most excursions from there. You can also stroll for miles or just sit comfortably and watch the stunning sunset over the Caribbean Sea.
  3. Experiencing the nightlife under the water is a no-miss in the Cayman Islands. You get to view the nocturnal marine critters and the ephemeral surrounding gleaming with the light of our submarine. Seeing this intriguing sight is among the most popular things to do in the Cayman Islands. We provide night dives on Mondays and Wednesdays.
  4. While Seven Mile Beach is the most popular tourist beach in Grand Cayman, and though it never feels crowded, if you really want a quieter experience, head to Rum Point beach on the north end of Grand Cayman. You’ll find a shallow swimming cove, a delightful island bar, hammocks swinging under the shade of Casuarina trees, and a very laid-back atmosphere.
  5. Who would have thought that there are caves in the Cayman Islands? You’ll be awed and surprised by these stunning caves in a tropical forest on the north side of Grand Cayman. You’ll take a guided walking tour through “rooms” of stalactite and stalagmite crystal structures while learning about the geological significance of the Cayman Islands’ oldest landmark.
  6. Another surprising excursion awaits with a visit to Pedro St. James Castle, the oldest building in the Cayman Islands. Built in the 18th century by a wealthy Englishman, this three-storey manor houses artefacts and serves as a one-of-a-kind museum dedicated to the history and culture of the islands
  7. Exotic tropical flowers and trees, lush gardens, and a traditional old Caymanian house are among the sights at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park on the north side of Grand Cayman. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along shady lanes, stop in the Tea House, and see the blue iguanas, which are only found on Grand Cayman.
  8. Go to Hell. There is no other way to say it! This large area of black limestone formations in West Bay, Grand Cayman, is presided over by “the Devil” himself. Send a postcard to your friends and family back home as you explore the weird but fascinating landscape.
  9. Get outside of town and enjoy the rustic nature of the Mastic Trail, a hiking trail in a protected nature reserve. Here you can see plants and wildlife unique to the Cayman Islands.