Top 3 things to do in Grand Cayman

Old Feb 21st, 2005, 11:16 AM
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Top 3 things to do in Grand Cayman

Need some information as I am going next week!

Top 3 "Must Do's"
Top 3 Restaurants (from $ to $$$)
Top 3 Snorkeling Spots
Top 3 Night Spots
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If you're a scuba diver, don't miss Stingray City (or the Sandbar for snorkelers).

Also, if you dive, the East End offers amazing diving -- it's worth diving with Cayman Diving Lodge, for example, at least once during your stay in Cayman.

Cemetary Reef, offshore behind the Cemetary on the main drag, offers good snorkeling.


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The top "Must Do" in GC is a charter out to Stingray Sandbar, to swim with & feed the Rays, always a fun time. You need to check your pulse if you don't enjoy this excursion...

The beauty of GC is below the water for sure. It offers amazing diving, and also excellent snorkeling. My picks for snorkeling are: Eden Rock, Cemetary Reef, Wreck of the Cali. Also might want to check out the reef out in front of Treasure Island.

Restaurants are another highlight for GC. Buy some coldcuts & fruit & cereal for your breakfasts & lunches, then dine out for dinner. Our Favorites are: The Reef Grill, Smugglers, Calypso Grill, The Wharf...all these are pricey. Also keep in mind that some may still be closed due to the hurricane.

Top night spot is easy, Royal Palms at the The Reef Grill. There are other clubs, but this is the spot most people really music, on the beach, it's a good time.
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"Must Do's"

1. Sting Ray City
2. Book an Island Tour
3. Walk Around George Town (just not when there are cruise ships in port)
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Gekko..teh diving in East End is indeed amazing... but Cayman Dive Lodge is out of action for the foreseeable future due to Hurricane Ivan... but our partners at Ocean Frontiers are open... and highly rated...
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