The main town is George Town, where you will find historical architecture reflecting the rich culture and go shopping for local crafts along with duty free shopping. This is also home to The National Museum of the Cayman Islands. In the eastern part of the island you will find the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, which is famous for the Blue Iguanas. You can also visit The Turtle Centre to understand the natural habitat of these giant creatures.
Grand Cayman boasts some excellent restaurants and no trip to the Caribbean is complete without sampling the fresh catch of the day. If you are feeling really adventurous, then why not take the Mastic Trail for a hike through the tropical forest.
If you are keen on diving, then there is no place better than Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park, where the dive can go as deep as 5000 feet, but at only 100 feet below the surface you will see sharks, stingrays and turtles in abundance.