Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Museums
Getting to the beach is a great option for families coming to Grand Cayman on a cruise, but there are also a number of other activities you can do. There are snorkeling trips at Seven Mile Beach that take you to shipwrecks and other snorkeling spots in the Grand Caribbean, including the Great Barrier Reef and Grand Bahama Islands National Park. You can also swim and ray along the sandbar known as Stingray City, and there is also an underwater museum with a scale replica of the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, the Queen Elizabeth.
We can also highly recommend the Crystal Caves in Grand Cayman, which host the largest cave system in the world with over 2,000 caves, and II, one of the largest caves in the Caribbean with a depth of 1,500 feet.
There is even a tourist post office where you can have your postcard stamped with the town of Hell on the island of Grand Cayman.
A visit to these small museums will give you a great appreciation for the people of the Cayman Islands. The local museums offer a great insight into the local history and culture and each visitor is given a unique perspective on why the Caribbean Islands are so unique. If you visit George Town in Grand Caymen, its National Museum is worth a visit. The Caymans get a museum, but they are not the only ones on the island, with a number of local and international museums in the area.
Car fans in Cayman will enjoy the rare car collection that this museum has to offer as well as the island's history. The Caymen Motor Museum, owned by local businessman Andreas Ugland and also showcasing motorcycles to the delight of all car fans, has the largest collection of vintage cars, motorcycles and motorcycles in the Caribbean in the world.
This is definitely a festival worth attending and one that should be included in your visit to the Cayman Islands, so prepare accordingly. There are a number of things to do for children in Grand Caymen, but among them you should definitely plan a lot of time on the beach. This has long been one of the most popular tourist attractions on the island and a great place to learn about the history and culture of the Grand Caribbean. It has been greatly rated as the first of its kind in the Caribbean and definitely worth a visit.
It is easy to go to Seven Mile Beach on your own, but this is also one of the most unique things to do in Grand Cayman. Often you will find tours that include visiting the sights listed above, as well as a number of free things that can be done at the Grand. If you use a rental car to explore other parts of the island, you will be rewarded with many more sights in and around Grand Caribbean. I suspect that many visitors to Grand Bay, the island's largest and most popular tourist destination, can barely get their hands on it.
If you only choose one trip on your cruise, then it's Pedro St. James, and if your children are old enough to dive, you can take the designated marine park as your next stop. If you are in Grand Cayman long enough for the kids, or if you are cruising and your child is old enough to dive, take a trip to one of the two designated marine parks on the island, Pedro and St. James.
The Cayman Turtle Centre is a popular place for visiting with the family and it is easy to spend a whole day visiting the turtle enclosures. You can play on the water slides and explore the grounds with exotic flowers and animals. This museum has a number of attractions, including water slides, water sports and a water park, but there is one of the most popular attractions, the Grand Caymen Museum. A kind of castle is now a museum and is surrounded by lush vegetation, with all its buildings and there are various types of exhibits as well as a variety of interactive exhibits.
The Cayman Islands government buys and restores historic properties, making them cultural and visitor attractions that reflect the history of the Caymen Islands. This activity is regulated and regulated by the government and is now the most popular thing to do. I particularly enjoy visiting the traditional Caywoman houses, which are filled with mini-museums.
If you have never been to the Cayman Islands, I recommend a kind of total island tour, so that you get a better overview of everything at once. If you are a foodie and just want to experience the good local food that the Caribbean Islands have to offer, start with the list below. Although I haven't listed all my favorite places to eat in Grand Caymen, please leave them in the comments below so everyone else can benefit. And if you have a favorite store in or around Grand Caribbean, please write it down as a comment below!