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Grand Cayman Villas


 There are many things to do on Grand Cayman, both on 7 Mile Beach and in the other districts. The island is only 22 miles wide and 7 miles tall– there is a lot to see and do. All of the condominiums on this site have offices with racks of brochures and handouts offering plenty of activities.
Boatswain’s Beach (The Turtle Farm)– With touch tanks, breeding ponds, enormous swimming pools and a predator’s tank– you can get nose to nose with the turtles, bids, etc. Education center and gift shops. See all sorts of turtles, sharks, birds, and butterflies and enjoy a nice swim in the largest pool on Grand Cayman; Breaker’s Lagoon! 1-(345)949-3894.

Shopping in Georgetown- From emeralds to tanzanite, Georgetown has many jewelry and duty-free shopping stores to serve you. Make sure you tell the clerks that this is a duty free purchase so they can get you the best price.

Butterfly Farm– At The Butterfly Farm you can see hundreds of real exotic butterflies flying freely, with dozens of the most spectacular species from all over the world. Some favorites include the Owl butterfly, the friendly Tree Nymph butterfly and the spectacular brilliant Blue Morpho butterfly. You can even handle the live butterflies and caterpillars. This is very close to the theaters and a few restaurants near the new Caymana Bay development. 1-(345)946-3411

Atlantis Submarine Tours-We have a great 100′ deep submarine tour operator on the island. Atlantis can take 48 passengers down for a full-immersion experience. This is a great way for the non-divers in your group to experience the sights and marine life under the sea. Toll Free (from US) 800-887-8571
Red Sail Sports– Jet-Skis, Sailing, parasail rides. Red Sail Sports is the island’s largest watersports operator with nine dive boats, four luxurious catamarans, a large range of resort retail boutiques, as well as  concessions at the Marriott, Hyatt, Westin, Ritz-Carlton and at Rum Point and Morritts Resorts on the eastern half of the island. At the public beach above the Ritz-Carlton, there are also many other operators of tours as well.
Golf – The “North Sound Club”    is really the islands only “real” golf course. It is a 6605-yard par 71course designed to complement the existing Caymanian terrain. Situated on the North Sound coast, is gives the golfer a challenge and stunning 360° ocean views. The Ritz (guests only) and Hyatt Brittania have 9-hole courses that are challenging as well. Make tee times during the Winter months in advance.
Cayman National Museum-The Cayman Islands National Museum is dedicated to the preservation, research and dissemination of all aspects of the Caymanian heritage for present and future generations.