By far my favorite port. We did not do any excursions so we decided to wall around and do some shopping. There was no one harassing you to go into their store and everyone was friendly and polite. This port was gorgeous and the easy to navigate through. Would highly recommend this stop to anyone cruising.
We loved the beautiful water at the public beach. I would go back here and stay a week in a hotel just to go relax at the beach. My great niece first snorkel experience. She loved it as well.
This was a great port lots of fun excursions to do either through the cruise ship or on your own. And since it's Caribbean , there's always Rum to help make "wise" decisions.
LOVED the Caymans! This was our favorite port and felt very safe there! We shopped for a while and then went to 7 mile beach.it was $20 round trip by taxi to the beach! Great place and can hardly wait to go again!
Burger King has free wi-fi and it's really good.
Visited: Oct 10, 2016
We went to Calico Jack"s and had Jerk chicken with Fries and coleslaw. OH My it was so good. After we finished eating we walked down the beach to the left. No one in the area we just layed out on beach on our towels. It was so beautiful at 7 mile beach. Will do that again. Such a relaxing beach day.
Everyone's smile was contagious. Very organized at port. Went on stingray encounter(swam with stingrays) with turtle farm(snorkel & held turtles)& then had time to soak up some sun at seagrape beach in 7mile. Ate at Calico Jack's & had the bestest Jerk chicken & shrimp ever. Drank fancy drinks on the beach & collected sea shells. Honeymoon highlight.
Visited: Dec 09, 2018
We renewed our vows for our 20th anniversary at The Westin Grand Cayman and it was fantastic! Great service, beautiful venue & food, perfect gazebo location on the beach.
Visited: Jun 25, 2017
What happened on the island will stay there very memorable experience yessssss
Visited: Jul 09, 2017
Grand Cayman was a great island. The locals were so kind. We took a short tender ride to get to the port. There were some interesting shops in the port including a little shop owned by a fisherman, who also hunts sharks, who sold all sorts of ocean items. He had sharks teeth, dried star fish, sand dollars, wood work items, etc. My son was so excited to buy a real shark tooth necklace from him. There is also the “coconut man” who was slicing coconuts so you could drink the water out of them. If you’re lucky you will hear him singing! We decided to do the Turtle Farm for our excursion. It was smaller than we had expected but we had a good time. Our bus driver “Love Joy” was very informative and gave us a lot of information about the island and the local buildings. We got to see some of the cemeteries, government houses, and local homes on our way to the Turtle center. The hurricane destruction was very devastating. I really loved this port because, unlike some other places, the shops are not pushy. The alcohol prices here seemed lower than other ports and they have the best rum cake! Make sure to try an authentic Jerk chicken sandwich, best food we had the entire cruise! I can’t wait until we visit again in May 2019.
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