Rum Point is a beach located on the north side of Grand Cayman Island, that attracts seasoned visitors looking to escape the traffic of Seven Mile Beach and new tourists who are looking for a relaxing day. This spot attracts many tourists and provides a variety of activities for adults and children of all ages.
The shallow and clear waters of Rum Point Beach make it the ideal beach for swimming in the Caribbean and offers the finest of snorkelling, ensuring that Rum Point is not only a fun and beautiful, but a convenient beach. Rum Point beach is under 40 minutes from most hotels on the trips, the cruise terminal, and a mere 15 minutes from the East End of the island.
Positioned on the eastern coast of the island of Grand Cayman, 3.3 miles east of Old Man Bay, You might want to drop by even if you aren't staying particularly close by. It's often said that Barefoot Beach is the ideal location for escaping over-crowded hangouts in the town proper.
It's free, open to the public, and you'll definitely find somewhere you can park, even if it's along the road. A shipwreck, the wreck of the Geneva Kathleen is to the east offshore, so snorkeling is a great activity on this beach.
George Town is a popular port of call for the Caribbean with cruise ships anchoring in George Town Harbour Tuesday through Friday. Cruise ships calling at George Town anchor offshore and ferry their passengers ashore by tenders, also known as shuttle boats. Passengers disembark in George Town, in the center of the Grand Cayman shopping district and usually remain anchored from early morning until mid-afternoon.
Activities available to tourists in George Town include submarine tours of George Town Harbour, glass-bottom boat tours, snorkelling, scuba-diving, parasailing, charter boat tours, rum distillery tours, art galleries, a historical museum, and of course, shopping and eating. For nightlife, Seven Mile Beach is host to numerous nightclubs and bars. George Town's waterfront is also home to a Harley-Davidson shop, a Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville franchise, and a Guy Harvey art studio and restaurant.
Starfish Point Grand Cayman is a breath-takingly beautiful location. A remote beach situated on the Northern coast of Grand Cayman, with shallow, crystal clear water on all sides.
Aptly named because the water is full of amazing starfish that naturally live here and regularly frequent the shallows looking for food.
Whether you're looking to sunbathe on a remote beach, take amazing photos, snorkel or spend time with the kids hunting for starfish and beachcombing, this is a perfect location.
You can get there by car, but many people prefer to get there by boat, drop anchor and let the day drift away on the beautiful, crystal clear currents.
Close to Stingray Sandbar, Kaibo and Rum Point, it’s a great location to combine with any of those destinations and fantastic for swimming, relaxing on the beach, sunbathing, young children, non-swimmers and beach picnics.