Cayman Islands

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Though it’s actually a little less than six miles long, this powdery crescent on Grand Cayman’s western coast has plenty of room to spread out a blanket for a sunset picnic. — Travel + Leisure
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Allows visitors to take a short walk through wetland, swamp, dry thicket, mahogany-tree stands, and patches of orchids and bromeliads. — Frommer's
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This former plantation great house overlooking a dramatic south-side bluff is the oldest surviving residence on Grand Cayman. — Concierge
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This should be your first island stop. It’s a combination of museum, cafe (the luscious homemade ice-cream is amazing), information center and gift shop (T-shirts read ‘Little Boobies’). — Lonely Planet
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Exhibits are beautifully designed and give you a sense of what makes these Islands special. — Frommer's
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Cayman's premier attraction has been transformed into a marine theme park with souvenir shops and restaurants. Still, the turtles remain a central attraction. — Fodor's
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The main hiking trail on Grand Cayman, and for seasoned hikers with an interest in native birds and plants, it does not disappoint. — Frommer's
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If you're a car buff, you'll love this place, and if not you'll soon find a reason to like it. — Frommer's
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A worthy nonprofit, this museum displays and promotes Caymanian artists and craftspeople, both established and grassroots. — Fodor's
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This private, forested island can be reached by rowboat, kayak, or an ambitious 200-yard swim. — Fodor's
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The caves themselves are pure yo-ho-hokum, tricked up with more faux "skeletons," swords jutting from limestone formations, and other rusted artifacts of dubious authenticity. — Fodor's
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In this brewery occupying the former Stingray facility, tour guides explain the iconic imagery of bottle and label as well as the nearly three-week brewing process. — Fodor's
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Developed by the local chapter of the National Trust, the site of the first, albeit temporary, Cayman Islands settlement, in the 1660s, is lined with traditional cottages. — Fodor's
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A massive maritime collision may have led to the myth of a resort island's strange financial status.  — Atlas Obscura
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Quite literally the tourist trap from Hell, especially when overrun by cruise-ship passengers, this attraction does offer free admission, fun photo ops, and sublime surrealism. — Fodor's
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This North Sound beach has hammocks slung in towering casuarina trees, picnic tables, casual and "fancier" dining options, a well-stocked shop for seaworthy sundries, and Red Sail Sports. — Fodor's
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A narrow, sandy driveway takes you past the small cemetery to a perfect strand just past the northern end of Seven Mile Beach — Fodor's
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A diverse, well-displayed collection of historic Bracker implements ranges from dental pliers to pistols to pottery. — Fodor's
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