Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in the Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are a British territory located in the western Caribbeans. There are three of them; Cayman Brac, Little Cayman, and Grand Cayman. All of them possess incredible coral reefs and beautifully clear waters, not to mention the enormously rich marine life, which makes them a very beloved diving destination. Among the many attractions, we chose to present only some. The rest you will have to discover on your own.

Stingray City

In this shallow water, you will have the opportunity to feed or touch the stingrays. You can also dive, swim or snorkel among the amazing animals if you dare.

George Town

As a true capital, George Town has it all; shops, restaurants, amazing, colorful buildings and various historical sites. Visit the remains of Fort George, once built to repel the Spanish and the pirates, the national museum, the modern glass Government Administration Building or the Elmslie Memorial Church whose ceiling resembles a wooden hull.

Mastic Reserve and Trail

Follow the trail through some specific natural beauties of the area, such as dry forest, iron shore or black mangrove wetland. The nature lovers will surely be amazed by this tour, but it is also recommended to other visitors.

Pedro St. James National Historic Site

Pedro St. James is a restored 18th-century plantation mansion. It is among the oldest buildings in the area, also an election place of the nation’s first parliament in 1831. You can learn about the history of the house through a 3D multi-media presentation that is held in the theater.

East End

For those who prefer less crowded locations, East End is the perfect spot. Enjoy the sea activities like snorkeling, relax on the secluded beaches, taste some local specialties, and rejuvenate your body and soul far from the more busy areas on the islands.