Cayman Island Activities

With three islands and miles and miles of sandy white beach and clear blue ocean, it’s unlikely you’ll ever run out of things to do in the Caymans. Activities in the Cayman Islands range from active adventures to relaxed sightseeing. Here are some Cayman Island activities to tryand tourist attractions.

Diving

Cayman Islands diving is some of the best diving in the world. If you’re feeling adventurous on Cayman Brac, find the Reef Divers Dive Operation at Brac Reef and let the professional diving instructors show you how to do reef diving right.

Stingray City

It may sound intimidating, but stingrays are not to be feared when interacted with safely in the right environment. One of those environments is Stingray City at Grand Cayman, where you can swim with the stingrays or just watch them float gracefully through the clear blue water.

Dolphin Swimming

Who hasn’t dreamed of swimming with dolphins’ A few minutes with some of the friendly, adorable dolphins at Dolphin Cove in Grand Cayman, and you may find yourself reconsidering who man’s best friend really is. Educational programs are provided to show you how to safely play with the Caribbean’s dolphin population and truly commune with nature.

Explore Cayman Island Activities

We're Cayman, Not the Caymans
The Cayman Islands lie south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica like three little gems in the Caribbean Sea. Often to referred to by locals simply as Cayman, but never as...
Caymana Bay - Eat, Love, Shop
Glitzy, friendly and fun, the newly opened shops in Camana Bay are Grand Cayman’s equivalent of Fifth Avenue glamour  The stores are an eclectic mix of high-end...
The Mastic Trail
The Mastic Trail cuts through the interior of untouched areas in the island’s eastern districts, a dense forest that is centuries old. In the hush of the forest, and in...
Cayman's Best Beaches - Swim and Snorkel in Splendor
Beach babes will love Cayman for the islands’ beautiful white sands and snorkeling spots. All beaches are open to the public and, in developed areas, there is...
Captain Marvin's Watersports
Celebrating his 96th birthday this year, Captain Marvin Ebanks knows a thing or two about taking visitors to swim with the stingrays. A born and bred Caymanian, he pioneered...
Dolphin Cove Grand Cayman
A girl might kiss a lot of frogs searching for her prince, but kiss a dolphin and you know you’ve met a king. At least, that’s how it feels when Pepe, the biggest...