Grand Cayman Orientation
Grand Cayman is not a suit-and-tie island; It is as laid-back as any other fun-in-the-sun site.
So where to start in the Grand Cayman? If you arrive by air or cruise ship, you’ll start off in George Town, the capital of the island and the center of its business, transportation and shopping industries. From George Town, most visitors head to Seven Mile Beach, the center of the tourism industry, filled with luxury hotels, condominiums, restaurants, dive operators, and more.
Grand Cayman is an easy island to navigate and most travelers find that within a day or two they’re ready to do a little exploring. Getting from A to B, whether on foot, by taxi, or in your rental car, is easy. Good maps are available from the tourist board as well to help your discovery. The best way to get an overview on your first visit is an island tour (see above). Once you’ve got the lay of the land, you’re ready for a more intense look at the people and places that make Grand Cayman such an international destination.
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