Grand Cayman has warm weather, hours of sunshine every day, and a laidback atmosphere. A visit to the island should involve a trip to at least one beach, like Rum Point. This beach has a party atmosphere, with attractions like snorkeling, scuba diving, and volleyball all available.
If you want something a little quieter, head to Sandy Point. You can walk along the beach and only see your own footprints in the sand. These two beaches are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to beaches in Grand Cayman. More beaches and other attractions are waiting for you when you book with Orbitz.com.
Locals claim that there isn't a bad time to visit, and given the climate of the region, that might be true. The temperatures stay in the high 70s and low 80s year round, letting you swim and snorkel even in the dead of winter. January through March offer nice weather and more sunshine than other months, with temperatures in the mid-60s up to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. The water temperatures remain around the same as the air temperatures, giving you the chance to have fun in the water. With Orbitz.com, you can make all your travel arrangements no matter when you plan your trip to Grand Cayman.
Whether you take a car or boat to the north side of the island, you can enjoy views of the water and beaches as you dine on authentic Caribbean dishes.
One visit to this small restaurant and you will see why locals are hooked. The casual atmosphere and low prices let you eat like a local.
Authentic dishes made in traditional cookware like clay ovens will have any Indian food lover in paradise at this restaurant.
This restaurant offers local wines and house wines at budget-friendly prices, and it fills up quickly during cocktail hour when locals get off work.
Long after the sun sets, this restaurant comes to life as a tiki bar with live entertainment, dancing, and cheap drinks.
Snorkeling classes for beginners and tours for experts are only steps away at Smith's Cove, which has hundreds of native creatures swimming nearby.
This local company provides tours by horseback, but dress appropriately because your horse might decide to take a dip.
These are the beaches preferred by the locals because the area is quiet and peaceful. You won't run into any other tourists at this hidden gem.
Located in Georgetown, this statue honors those who died in the waters off the ocean, marking the loss of more than 400 lives.
This beach is the perfect place to lounge and relax, as local stores rent lounge chairs that you can take out onto the sand.
This area gets its name from the rock formations created by acid rain, which naturally look like something from another world.
The Cayman Islands National Trust maintains this fort, which was built in the 17th century to save locals from invaders.
Many locals skip this island because it requires a boat ride, but if you make the trip, you will find private beaches with no one around for what seems like miles.
Enjoy a romantic brunch for two without worrying about other travelers at this secluded beach.
Traveling abroad to Grand Cayman gives you the chance to see stingrays in action at this attraction, and you can even get close to some of them.