Port of Call George Town, Grand Cayman

George Town, Grand Cayman Cruise ships moored off George Town, Grand Cayman. The tenders unload at one of two small wharfs in George Town harbor.
George Town Shore Excursions

7 Mile Beach 7 Mile Beach 7 Mile Beach is a picture-perfect beach with (literally!) miles of pure white sand and crystal clear azure-blue waters. The beach, which is actually just a little over 5 miles long, starts at George Town and extends up the whole of Grand Cayman's west coast. You'll find everything from watersports to beachfront bars, plus easy access to Grand Cayman’s best bars, restaurants and shops.

Hell Hell Hell is a terrible tourist trap, but few can resist the temptation to send a postcard postmarked 'Hell'. Though the village does try to live up to its name - it's centred in a barren field of sharp black rocks. Just a mile or so north of 7 Mile Beach.

Pedro St. James Historic Site Pedro St. James Historic Site Pedro St James presents a slice of Grand Cayman's history, with an immaculately restored 'Great House' from the late 18th century The house was built by a wealthy Englishman, using slave labour from Jamaica. There's also a 3D Theatre, and the obligatory gift shop. Located in the Savannah district, about 5 miles east of George Town.

Mastic Trail Mastic Trail The Mastic Reserve on Grand Cayman contains the largest area of original forest still standing the island. The Mastic Trail is two miles long - a guided walk takes about two and a half hours. The trail leads deep into Grand Cayman's wild interior, in an area where the trees have been evolving undisturbed for over a million years. The Mastic Reserve is 15 miles east of George Town, near the village of Breakers.

Rum Point Rum Point Rum Point is one of the most beautiful spots on the island, but also often one of the most crowded. The beach offers azure and warm waters, plenty of palm trees for shade, a beach bar and grill, and a range of watersports for hire. The beach can be very busy, but one way to avoid the crowds is to move to beautiful Starfish point, about 300 yards beyond. Rum Point is at the center of Grand Cayman's north coast, around 30 miles from George Town.

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