Grand Cayman Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Grand Cayman with our insider's guide.

Bird-Watching

The Cayman Islands are an ornithologist's dream, providing perches for a wide range of resident and migratory birds—219 species at last count...

Diving

One of the world's leading dive destinations, Grand Cayman's dramatic underwater topography features plunging walls, soaring skyscraper pinnacles...

Fishing

If you enjoy action fishing, Cayman waters have plenty to offer. Experienced, knowledgeable local captains charter boats with top-of-the-line...

Golf

Blue Tip. Designed by Greg Norman in 2006 and built on flat terrain near mangroves, Blue Tip is open only to Ritz-Carlton guests and to owners...

Guided Tours

Taxi drivers give personalized tours of Grand Cayman for about $25 per hour for up to three people. Hotels also arrange helicopter rides, horseback...

Hiking

Mastic Trail. This significant trail, used in the 1800s as the only direct path to the North Side, is a rugged 2-mile (3-km) slash through...

Horseback Riding

Coral Stone Stables. Leisurely 90-minute horseback rides take in the white-sand beaches at Barkers and inland trails at Savannah; photos are...

Kayaking

Cayman Kayaks. This outfitter explores Grand Cayman's protected mangrove wetlands, providing an absorbing discussion of indigenous animals...

Sailing

Though Cayman has a large sailing community, it isn't a big charter-yacht destination. Still, you can skipper your own craft (albeit sometimes...

Sea Excursions

The most impressive sights in the Cayman Islands are on and underwater, and several submarines, semisubmersibles, glass-bottom boats, and Jules...

Snorkeling

Snorkeling Sites Barrier Reef. Separating the North Sound and Cayman's celebrated wall drop-off (part of a 6,000-foot underwater mountain...

Squash and Tennis

Most resorts and condominium complexes have their own courts, often lighted for night play, but guests have top priority. When they’re empty...

Wind- and Kitesurfing

The East End's reef-protected shallows extend for miles, offering ideal blustery conditions (15 to 35 mph in winter, 6- to 10-knot southerlies...

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