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What to do in the Cayman Islands?
For those who might want a little more action than just relaxing on the beach to soak up some sun and scenery, the Cayman Islands offer many activities.
Of course watersports take center stage, and there are plenty of water related activities here. For years the Cayman Islands have been a byword among divers. World famous Stingray City is only a boatride away, along with some of the most stunning snorkeling in the Caribbean. For the more adventurous, you can try your hand at deep sea fishing, personal watercraft, or even parasailing. Give Captain Chuckie Ebanks a call for a great day on the water pursuing big game bluewater fishing or snorkeling with the stingrays (345)949-0400. Or check out his web site at www.fishgrandcayman.com. Want a more easy going pace? Take a kayak ride among placid waters of the mangrove forest or cast a fly rod at bonefish in the shallows.
For Fly Fishing island style, check out flyfishing guide Davin Ebanks at www.fish-bones.com.
One must do in Grand Cayman is a trip to Stingray City. Ebanks Watersports with Captain Shawn Ebanks will provide first class service to this world famous attraction. Visit them at their website today and book a trip on their brand new custom fit 38' Egg Harbor the Black Pearl.
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There are also plenty of activites for those who aren't feeling quite so aquatically minded. Grand Cayman Island is home to some great golf courses, easily reached by ferry ride from the Cayman Kai or Rum Point areas of the North Side. West Bay Road, which runs parallel to Seven Mile Beach, offers duty free shopping for those who might want a souvenir of their stay. There's horseback riding on the beach, hiking through the National Trust's Nature Preserve, or a visit to the National Museum for a look at Cayman's rich maritime history.
For a comprehensive storehouse of information on the Cayman Islands, as well as listings of everything from taxis to restaurants, be sure to visit the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism website.
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