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South Lagoon & Owen's Island
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Address: South-Western coast of Little Cayman, Cayman Islands
Categories: South Lagoon & Owen's Island
Little Cayman
For a real adventure and a true taste of Cayman watersports, visit the island getaway Owen Island, a small islet just off the south-western coast of Little Cayman. The only way to reach this island getaway is by sailboat or kayaking across the waters of Bloody Bay, so be prepared for an exciting voyage! If you love the idea of a Caribbean island getaway to a secluded beach for the ultimate in romance, rest, and relaxation, Owen Island is the Caribbean vacation for you.
Stingray City
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Address: North Sound, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Categories: Stingray City
North Side, Rum Point and Cayman Kai
Ever pet a stingray in an aquarium? How about petting a few dozen while wading in the Caribbean? The Stingray City Sandbar is one of the top Cayman attractions and a must-do on your Grand Cayman vacation. Stingray City is home to a whole fleet of southern stingrays who congregate near the shore.
Kittiwake Ship Wreck
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Address: Northern end of Seven Mile Beach,
On the west or lee side of Grand Cayman at latitude 19 21.714’N and longitude 081 24.073'W,
Cayman Island.
Categories: Kittiwake Ship Wreck
Seven Mile Beach
Discover Cayman’s latest treasure, the Kittiwake on your Cayman dive vacation. It was after a perilous 9-day tow through an ice storm that the former Chanticleer Class Submarine Rescue Ship reached Cayman waters. In service from 1945 to 1994, her most memorable duty was the diligent recovery of the Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster. On January 5th, 2011 a three cannon salute signaled the Kittiwake’s triumphant sinking.
The Observation Tower @ Camana Bay
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Address: Town Centre, Camana Bay,
Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Categories: The Observation Tower @ Camana Bay
Hours Of Operation: The Tower is open from sunrise until 10 p.m. (subject to weather conditions).
(345) 640-4000
Seven Mile Beach
A bird’s eye view of Grand Cayman awaits atop the 75-foot Observation Tower. One of the island’s tallest structures, it offers 360-degree views across Seven Mile Beach, George Town, the North Sound, and beyond. Free to the public, The Tower is open from sunrise until 10 p.m. (subject to weather conditions).
The Cayman Brac Bluff, Caves & Lighthouse
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Address: Cayman Brac, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Categories: The Cayman Brac Bluff, Caves & Lighthouse
Cayman Brac
The limestone bluff that encompasses most of this island's land mass, protrudes upwards to more than a hundred and forty feet in some areas from the basically sea level coastline, providing the backdrop for diversely lush but also dessert like flora and fauna and is also the home to many amazing caves which are open to the public. Take a drive on the bluff road out to the Bluff lighthouse for some truly amazing birds eye views of the Caribbean Sea.

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