Bodden Town

Bodden Town

If you're looking for wild nightlife, world class shopping and endless streets of upscale restaurants and bars, then Bodden Town isn’t for you. If you're searching for a serene, pristine and peaceful slice of the Caribbean, then you're in the right place. This is the former capital of the Cayman Islands, and it might be the district with the most character. A stay in Bodden Town will not only give you the rest and relaxation you need, but also connect you with the true culture of Cayman.

East End

East End

East End has all of the Caribbean charm that is synonymous with the region. It has the array of blues that pattern the sea, the powdery white sands and leaning palm trees, and the friendly, laid back people you would want to encounter on vacation. In some ways, East End is the “real” Caribbean district of Cayman. A few days here and you’ll be a whole new you.

Little Cayman

Little Cayman

Little Cayman is one of the Caribbean's most well known spots for diving and fishing. Home to the Bloody Bay Wall, one of the world's most famous underwater sites, this tiny island is frequented by experienced divers from all corners of the globe. But unless you are a resident of the Cayman Islands, a very well travelled adventurer, or of course a seasoned diver, you probably are unaware that Little Cayman has more to offer than just world class diving. A quick overnight trip to this gorgeous Caribbean beauty is simply not enough to experience all of it and here's a quick overview.

North Side

North Side

Laid-back, barefoot vibes is what Rum Point is all about. You're on island time in this district and good thing too, because the beaches up this way are phenomenal. If you can drag yourself away from the sandy shoreline, there's so much more to explore.

West Bay

West Bay

You'll find West Bay at the Northern end of the famous, powdery Seven Mile Beach. This district, with it's endless stretch of waterfront,  offers peace and quiet for beach bums who want to escape the crowds. It's not all lounging out and taking in the view, there's just enough to do in West Bay to fill those lazy, Cayman days. Here's how we'd spend our time in this character-filled district and how we'd spend 3 days there.