Grand Cayman offers great island experiences!
In addition, all the FREE relaxation you want! 


Seven Mile Beach - "The most Beautiful Beach in the world", white sand and crystal clear Caribbean sea. Find yourself stretched out on this magnificent beach sun bathing or enter the warm waters to partake in various activities such as snorkeling or scuba diving. Stay afloat on top of the sea with the multiple water sports including jet skiing, para-sailing, windsurfing, sailing and banana boat rides. 





Shopping - Enjoy the outstanding array of exciting shops. These stores offer duty-free, internationally known brands and designer fashions. Shops will be located along Seven Mile Beach and in the center of George Town.


Rum Point

Rum Point - This is located on the North side and is known for its tall pines and clear waters. You'll find great places for lunch including The Wreck Bar and Rum Point Club Restaurant. Relax and kick back for a romantic beachfront dinner or take a glass bottom boat tour. This spot is enjoyed by visitors and residents alike for swimming/snorkeling and is only a 15-20 minute walk from the condo! 



Stingray City - This spot is world famous for stingrays! The water in this area is only 3 feet deep and clear to the bottom. The stingrays are very use to people and are waiting to be fed the minute you dip into the water. Don't be too afraid as they brush past you! You can catch a glass bottom boat from the Rum Point Club to this sandbar and reef at various times throughout the day. You can also catch boats from Morgan's Harbor. 

Glolfing on Grand Cayman Island


Golf - This is one of the best places in the world for the golf enthusiast. With it's natural seaside setting, taking in the gorgeous views will feel like heaven. The Links at Safehaven is a remarkable course just five miles from George Town right off Seven Mile Beach. This is the Grand Cayman's only 18-hole championship course. The greens are USGA standard and is very challenging to all levels of play. This golf course also has a great restaurant and open-air bar to enjoy a cocktail after a round. A second course is located in the heart of Seven Mile Beach called Britannia. This course was designed by Jack Nicklaus himself. Britannia consists of 2 courses: a par 58 short course and par 70 championship course.