When you travel to Cayman Islands, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Cayman Islands, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Cayman Islands to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Cayman Islands things to do can include exploring Cayman Islands attractions and visiting the places of interest.
Bluff- the highest point of the Cayman Islands, it offers a splendid view of the ocean and beach. Face of the Bluff can also be seen if one travels down to its bottom. A journey to the south side of bluff is also worth a trip as it is completely different from the north.
Rebecca’s Cave Historic Site and Pedro St. James National Historic Site.
Pirates Caves accompanied by a mini zoo, these caves are often the most exciting part of a child’s trip. It is said that the pirates hid their treasure in these islands, which adds to the fun while exploring.
Pedro St. James Castle before being turned into a museums served various purposes like jail, courthouse, parliament etc. It is known as the birthplace of Cayman Democracy and narrates political history of Cayman. The house has still retained some of its old appearances and it makes a worthwhile detour if one is looking around BoddenTown.
Cayman Island National Museum-provides knowledge on ‘background of Cayman Islands’. It exhibits engaging models and audio-visuals, which help one understand the cultural and natural history of the islands.
Blood Bay Marine- top diving spot close to Little Cayman. A top view of the park shows the BloodyBay wall. About 20-feet below sea level, the drop down starts and plummets for more than 5000-feet. Exploring the underwater topography of Blood Bay Marine is pretty expensive however; however the experience is all worth it.
Grand Cayman Catamaran Cruise with Snorkelling at Stingray Sandbar and Reef- an amazing opportunity to discover the underwater world. A luxury catamaran cruise allows one to explore the unspoiled coral reefs, and aquatic life. A trip to the Stingray City.
It would be a great loss if one makes a trip to Cayman and does not taste their rum cakes, made by locally distilled rum. Also one must look for Cayman jams, Cayman sea salt, hot sauces and pepper jelly. Traditional dishes are usually made with seafood, vegetables and spices however an exotic variety in fruits also helps make a healthy change in the diet.
National Trust Visitors Centre- although not an eating joint, yet the café attached to it offers a real treat in the form of homemade ice creams available in flavours such as chocolate chilli and key lime.
While there are plenty bars and pubs in Cayman, most can be found on the west bay road, seven mile beach, and whatever be the occasion one can find one customized according to needs. From outdoor, to sea side, sports bar, Irish etc. Cayman has them all. While all are equally attractive, there are a few top picks as they are truly distinctive. The top picks being:
Billy Bones- a relaxing outdoor bar, it promises fine dining options amidst palm trees with the crackle of cascading waterfalls in the background.
Sapphire Lounge- an authentic martini lounge, their menu presents 130 unique martini creations apart from the 225 other drinks that they serve.
Fidel Murphy’s Irish Pub- it is the only traditional Irish pub in Cayman. They offer steaks, fish and curry in addition to traditional Irish food also they serve the famous Irish beer Guiness at the exactly right temperature.
The clubs in Cayman follow trends similar to the pubs and hence, are available in plenty, mostly on the seven mile beach. The favourites being:
O Bar- a great attraction for the young, trendy crowd, the O Bar opens up earlier than most other clubs.
Corner Pocket- located in George Town this hip little place owns one of the few billiard halls in Cayman.