Grand Cayman, the largest of the three Cayman Islands, has luxury waterfront resorts and miles of beaches including the seven Mile Beach, where you can relax on the beach or go parasailing. You can also go snorkeling or scuba diving in the reef off the coast to view the sea life, or you can take a submarine tour to view the reefs without getting wet. Guests have the opportunity to visit the Butterfly Farm, where you can watch the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly.
Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM), located in George Town, serves Grand Cayman Island. You can either take a taxi from the airport or rent a car to get around the island. You can visit the capital city of George Town, which offers waterfront restaurants and shops, or you can visit Stingray City in the North Sound area, where you can feed and swim with the stingrays, or take a tour on a glass-bottom boat to watch them swim beneath you.
Grand Cayman has beautiful weather year-round, with average temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s during the day, and in the 70s at night. You can try a Tortuga rum cake at a Tortuga Rum Company store, or you can sit down to a meal at a locally owned cafe in George Town.