Located in the western Caribbean Sea, the Cayman Islands are known for their beautiful beaches and abundance of snorkeling and scuba diving sites. No matter which island in the Cayman Islands you are traveling to, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Check out this list of fun things to do in the Cayman Islands:

Shopping & Dining at Camana Bay
Known as the best place to shop in the Cayman Islands, the town center of Camana Bay is home to many top global retailers, as well as local shops. Spend the day on Grand Cayman browsing the stores for jewelry, apparel, books, kitchen supplies, beauty products, local treasures and more! If you get hungry, there is a variety of food options for you to choose from. Stop by the market to try some local favorites or swing by a restaurant for something more familiar. Still not sold? Camana Bay puts on more than 600 events each year! Don’t forget to check out the 75-foot Observation Tower to capture a once-in-a-lifetime panoramic view of paradise.

Stingray City
Rated number 1 on TripAdvisor, Stingray City is the best place to go if you’re looking for the ultimate exotic excursion. Great for families and groups, the package can be customized to include snorkeling along the coral reef. Guests will be able to interact and get a firsthand look at stingrays in their natural habitat. Perhaps the hardest decision is deciding whether you want to swim with these 150-pound animals for an entire day or just a half-day.

Cayman Crystal Caves
Explore the exotic plant and animal life on this 1 ½ hour tour of Grand Cayman’s lush tropical forest. Enjoy the beauty of the crystal structures and other natural formations as you make your way through 3 incredible caves.

Kittiwake Shipwreck & Artificial Reef
A favorite among scuba divers and snorkelers, this attraction is filled with both history and sea life. Home to sharks, exotic fish, underwater plants and other species, the vibrant colors are sure to take your breath away. Explore the former US Navy Submarine Rescue Vessel as you swim among the wildlife.

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