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Experience the Caribbean the way it was meant to be...
at Tortuga Kai.
Snorkeling Kayaking Hiking Sailing
Scuba diving Wave runners Fine dinning Water Skiing
Deep sea fishing Windsurfing Shopping Submarine rides
Fly fishing Golfing Catamaran rides Sunset Dinner Cruise
Water skiing Biking Horseback riding  

Scuba Diving/Snorkeling:

World-class scuba diving is located out your back door.  Cayman is home to an unprecedented underwater experience.  From awe-inspiring walls & pristine reefs to incredible and diverse marine life, the Cayman Islands are a diver’s paradise.  Dive operators can accommodate all skill levels. All Tortuga Kai guests receive 10% off their dive activities with Red Sail Sports. For a list of dive operators in Grand Cayman go to Plan Your Trip. If going below the surface is more than you care to do, don't worry. Grand Cayman hosts some of the best snorkeling in the Caribbean. Feel free to float on the surface and you will still be able witness so much of the incredible world below!

Scuba Diver
Stingray City/Sandbar
This legendary site brings you closer to stingrays then you’ve ever imagined.  Your heart may pound as they approach, but you will laugh with delight as these gentile rays mystically float amongst you. This amazing site is only a 10min boat ride from the condo. This is the most popular activity for visitors to Grand Cayman, and for good reason! It is a fantastic adventure. These rays are not captive. This is truly a wild encounter. Enjoy nature and all the excitement it has to offer.
Sting Ray
Golfing: Britannia Golf Course

Soak up the beauty of the islands as you play this course designed by Jack Nicholas. Due to damage from Hurricane Ivan, this course will not open until April/May 2006.

The Links at Safe Haven

The challenge of this fantastic 18-hole championship course will remind you why you love this sport.

Sea Kayaking: Cayman Kayaks

A fabulous way to view the true beauty of Grand Cayman is to embark on a kayak adventure! Cayman Kayaks will take you on a guided tour to show you the beauty of the mangrove forests, its wild inhabitants, and educate you on the natural history of the Cayman islands. The adventures depart from the beach next to the Kaibo Yacht Club. Don't miss this spectacular opportunity to view these protected wetlands! For additional information click on this link: Cayman Kayaks

Kayaking in Cayman mangrove
Sport fishing: Deep sea fishing & fly fishing

Grand Cayman is a true heaven for the sport of fishing.  One can bottom fish for snapper and grouper or set sail to deeper waters for tuna, blue marlin, and wahoo for an amazing angler experience. Captain Darvin Ebanks and Captain Marvin are two of the many local fishing charters available.

fishing charter
Shopping: George Town

Everyone is sure to enjoy the premier duty-free shopping in George Town.  Popular duty free items include jewelry, watches, and liquor.   The beautiful views of the ocean follow you as you stroll through the plethora of shops along this quaint downtown. Local fisherman can be found selling their day's catch along the shore in town.

Georgetown, Grand Cayman
Natural sites: Rum Point Beach

The true Caribbean experience, this pristine beach with its powdery sand and crystal blue water may truly be heaven on earth. Enjoy your favorite drink from the Rum Point bar and restaurant.  Your worries vanish as the ocean laps at your feet, the tranquil breezes blow through your hair and the Caribbean sun warms your soul.  Once you set foot on this beach, you may find yourself wishing you only purchased a one-way plane ticket! 

Rum Point Beach

The Blowholes

Located on the south shore near the East End, this natural phenomenon of exploding waterspouts is impressive to watch. Although several of the blow holes were destroyed by Hurricane Ivan, many still exist. Be certain to wear shoes (no flip flops as it is rocky) and stand right next to the blow holes- the sound, as the water emplodes, is fantastic!  

Blow Holes East End, Grand Cayman

Mastic Reserve

Stroll along this trail to fully appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of nature on Grand Cayman.  The trail will take you from mangrove wetlands to rocky woodlands.  Bring your binoculars to identify the plethora of birds along the way.


Cultural Activities: Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park

Naturalists will enjoy this 60-acre park filled with mahogany trees, orchids, and bromeliads.  Stroll along the Woodland Trail to fully appreciate the island’s natural assets.

Pedro St. James Castle

Located in Savannah, the immense size of this home lead to its name “the castle.”  This site marks
the origin of democracy in the Cayman Islands.

National Museum

Caymanian history is the fascinating subject in this George Town museum.  History buffs will not want to miss this stop.

Boatswain's Park Grand Cayman

Turtle Farm/Boatswain's Park

This small marine park raises sea turtles. You will see new hatchlings all the way up to turtles estimated to be over 300 years old. There is also a tank where you can hold the turtles. Scheduled to be open this spring/summer is Boatswain's Park, a marine park with a variety of sea life.

Turtle Farm Grand Cayman
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Rum Point Ferry Cayman Islands sunset
Rum Point Ferry
Grand Cayman Sunset