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Cayman Islands see + do

Since the first dive operation opened on Grand Cayman in 1957, the Cayman Islands have developed a range of activities for landlubbers and seafarers that showcase their unique beauty. While diving remains the chief vacation pastime, the Cayman Islands also have the world's second-largest skate park and nature preserves that protect endangered species like the Brac parrot. Grand Cayman offers numerous diversions, with its historic grand houses, a botanic garden, the world's only commercial sea-turtle farm, and the gorgeous Seven Mile Beach. While Little Cayman and Cayman Brac are best known for diving and sportfishing, the islands are also a great spot for bird-watching, with nearly 200 species, including rare endemics, neotropical songbirds, and the Caribbean's largest red-footed booby colony.—Christopher Cox

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Black Pearl Skate and Surf Park, George Town, Grand Cayman

With 62,000 square feet bristling with bowls, half- and quarter-pipes, humps and ramps, handrails and stairs, Black Pearl ranks as the second-largest concrete...more

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Booby Pond Nature Reserve, Blossom Village, Little Cayman

This land-locked saltwater pond is a designated Ramsar site (a protected wetland of international ecological importance) that supports a red-footed booby colony...more

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Brac Parrot Reserve, Cayman Brac

Running a green belt across the island, this reserve protects 281 acres of dry-forest habitat for the endemic Cayman Brac parrot, a colorful native bird with an...more

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Cayman Turtle Farm, West Bay, Grand Cayman

The island's most popular family attraction, this 23-acre operation features a large breeding pool and man-made beach where hundreds of female green sea turtles...more

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Diving on the Cayman Islands, Cayman Islands

Blessed with startling visibility, healthy coral reefs, abundant fish populations, and varied underwater terrain—from slightly sloping terraces to patch...more

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Fishing on the Cayman Islands, Cayman Islands

With the year-round presence of baitfish, warm water, and steep drop-offs just offshore, the Cayman Islands are a fisherman's paradise for big blue-water...more

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Mastic Trail, North Side, Grand Cayman

For a change-up from the beach or diving, a growing number of Grand Cayman visitors are stepping out on this two-mile-long trail, which winds through the...more

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Pedro St. James National Historic Site, Savannah, Grand Cayman

Built in 1780, this former plantation great house overlooking a dramatic south-side bluff is the oldest surviving residence on Grand Cayman. Its stout stone...more

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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, North Side, Grand Cayman

Just a half-hour drive east from Seven Mile Beach, this well-organized 65-acre arboretum holds a series of walking trails that wind through woodlands and...more

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Sailing on Grand Cayman, Grand Cayman

A North Sound outing to Stingray Sandbar—a chest-deep shallow that attracts scores of rays (and hundreds of tourists)—is part of many itineraries...more

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