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Yes, you can go for a ride in a submarine! Grand Cayman is home to the world's first commercial passenger submarine, which opened in 1986.
Take a short boat ride out to the submarine, then climb aboard ...
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'Tweens and teens especially appreciate the chance to ride the half-pipes, bowls and waves at Black Pearl Skate and Surf Park. With a whopping 52,000 square feet of concrete ...
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This 23-acre marine park houses the Cayman Turtle Farm, destroyed in a 2001 hurricane. In huge tanks, various sizes of green sea turtles swim, submerge and clamber over each ...
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The largest colony of red-footed boobies in the Caribbean nests at the Booby Pond Nature Reserve. That's a mixed blessing. It's interesting to watch the brown adults do battle ...
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Located on Grand Cayman, Camana Bay is an outdoor promenade with shops, restaurants and a movie theater. It's also home to the ...
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The Observation Tower is the jewel of Camana Bay, a planned community that's located between Seven Mile Beach and the North Sound. From the top of the 75-foot tower, once Grand ...
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This little museum is definitely worth at least an hour of your time in the Cayman Islands. Exhibits feature Cayman Catboats, as well as ample information on the history of the ...
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Who doesn't love a good game of mini-golf? Not us, that's for sure! Be sure to make your way to Cayman Crazy Golfing for some old-fashioned family fun. Rates are $6 for children ...
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Take a break from the beach to explore the hidden caves of Grand Cayman, located on the northern side of the island. Cayman Crystal Caves comprises three secret caves, one of which has a body of clear, teal-blue ...
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Located in the capital city of George Town, which is pretty and walkable, the Cayman Islands National Museum gives a good overview of 400 years of seafaring history in these ...
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While this attraction offers daytime excursions, Cayman Kayaks is most popular for its nighttime bioluminescent kayaking, a phenomenon you can't experience many places. The water actually omits a blue light ...
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More than 150 dive sites, many of them less than a half-mile from shore, lure SCUBA enthusiasts to Grand Cayman. Devil's Grotto is a big hit with divers, featuring coral, caves, ...
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This museum may be small (hence the name), but it is still chock full of information on the Cayman Islands, so be sure to check it out on your next visit. Exhibits include turtle ...
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Experienced divers and snorkelers head to Little Cayman for underwater wonders on a laid-back island. More than 500 types of fish and 100 species of coral inhabit the 56 walls, ...
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Experience the Cayman Islands and all they have to offer via boat with MarineLand Private Tours. Families can treat themselves to a private luxury charter, which features a fully ...
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Originally built in 1780 and reconstructed after a 1970 fire, Pedro St. James, a great house, is a stone structure ringed by a wooden verandah. The home earned the name ...
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Flowers, woodlands and a three-acre "lake" are among the highlights of the 65-acre Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. In the floral gardens, laid out by color, enjoy patches of red, ...
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Rum Point, a peninsula on Grand Cayman's north coast, takes its name from the remnants of the rum barrels that once washed ashore from floundering ships. Today, it attracts beach goers -- everyone ...
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Many of Grand Cayman's resorts and vacation home rentals line the sugar-soft, white sands of Seven Mile Beach on the island's west coast. Favorites include the ...
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Take your teenagers to this natural wave pool whenever you end up in Grand Cayman next. If the water is calm enough, be sure to do some snorkeling. ...
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The stingrays feel like velvet as they brush up against your legs like playful puppies. Scores of them crowd, their wings flapping in the turquoise sea like giant butterflies in ...
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You can't go on vacation without bringing home a souvenir, so why not stop at the White Dog Art Studio before you depart the always-sunny Cayman Islands and pick yourself up ...
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Prepare to get waterlogged on your next family vacation with White Sand Water Sports. Activities include scuba diving, jet skiing, snorkeling, paddle boarding and kayaking. Tours ...
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Wowballs (which stands for walk on water) Caribbean gives kids the chance to experience what it's like to actually walk on water! Simply step into one of the balls and start ...
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