Cayman Islands Activities
Kids of all ages can discover the meaning of “quality time” in the Cayman Islands. The shared experiences that families enjoy truly set our country apart from other family vacation destinations.Families can revel in new experiences both above and below the signature turquoise waters. Exploring Cayman’s famous underwater world is an experience that can be shared by experienced divers and first-time snorkellers alike. There are countless opportunities to take each other to new depths, whether it’s getting up close and personal with stingrays in Stingray City
or exploring a wreck at the bottom of the sea.
Kids are never short of new things to experience in the Cayman Islands: playing with sea turtles in The Cayman Turtle Farm, riding the waves at Black Pearl Skate and Surf Park, frollicking aboard a pirate ship or swimming with the stingrays at Stingray City.Whether you’re travelling with children or you are a child at heart; there is a host of memory-making activities in Cayman for all ages.
Cayman Islands Attractions
The Cayman Islands offers so much more for families than the gentle splendours of sun, sand and sea. Children and adults alike can immerse themselves in Cayman’s rich maritime heritage and culture by visiting our unique heritage attractions, Boatswain’s Beach/Cayman Turtle Farm, Pedro Saint James
, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, and the National Museum
. Kids can learn about Cayman culture “hands-on” in the Cayman Craft Market
. Families can share unique yet enriching experiences all throughout the islands, whether it’s rollicking aboard a pirate cruise on the Jolly Roger
or the Anne Bonnie, reveling in the festive atmosphere and delicious libations at Rum Point
, or plunging the depths aboard the Atlantis Deep Dive Submarine
, the only excursion of its kinds anywhere on earth.Adventurous families can explore our natural treasures on a hike along the Mastic Trail
on Grand Cayman, stroll through Booby Pond Nature Reserve
in Little Cayman, home to the largest population of red-footed boobies in the Western Hemisphere, or visit to the Brac Parrot Reserve