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All of Inspirato’s nine Grand Cayman accommodations are along Seven Mile Beach, the most pristine beach on the entire island. At the northern end lies Cousteau, an oceanfront penthouse apartment offering a bit of seclusion. In the center of Seven Mile Beach, enjoy Ritz-Carlton amenities such as restaurants and pools when you stay at one of our six Ritz-Carlton residences.
While there's plenty to do above ground, Grand Cayman's real draw is underwater. Dive a mere 30 feet to explore pristine reefs, coral walls descending hundreds of feet, and shipwrecks teeming with pastel-colored fish. If you prefer snorkeling, there's Eden Rock, Devil's Grotto at Seven Mile Beach and the best spot on the island a short swim out from the beach in front of our Inspirato Residences. On land, you'll want to venture to the Cayman Turtle Farm, discover the unique flora and fauna in the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, and spend a carefree afternoon at Rum Point. Still not relaxed? Your Destination Concierge will book you a spa appointment.
At the Cayman Turtle Farm, you'll see Green Sea Turtles, the largest hard-shelled turtle species in the world (they can reach 500 pounds). You can pick up a yearling at the Touch Tank or even wade with them in a small pool.
Ever pet a stingray in an aquarium? How about petting a few dozen? Stingray City offers the unique experience of wading with stingrays: guides and boat crews will show you the ropes for swimming, feeding and interacting with them.
Hiking the glory that is Cayman Brac, a sister island, visitors are treated to the sights of the famed Cayman Parrot, red-footed boobies and gorgeous orchids. The grand finale is the exquisite view of Cayman Brac's 140-foot bluff.
The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is a natural wonder drawing thousands of visitors a year, especially for its Annual Orchid Show. Vacation photos snapped here are guaranteed to make your Facebook friends jealous.
Renowned for their use of Swiss hydrotherapies to replenish the body and soul, the Ritz-Carlton's Silver Rain spa offers a luxurious and trendy path to relaxation. Your Destination Concierge can arrange one appointment, or several.
Grab a drink and dance the night away at Kaibo Beach Bar & Grill, a favorite of locals and tourists alike. A 45-minute drive from Seven Mile Beach, the nightspot features jazz, folk, rock 'n roll, reggae and calypso music.
Grand Cayman covers an area of about 76 square miles. It's most striking feature is the shallow reef-protected lagoon known as the North Sound.
The summer (and rainy) season runs from approximately May through October and the best time to visit is from December to April. If it rains, the squall may pass over quickly, and note that hurricane season is June through the end of November.
Seven Mile Beach is Grand Cayman's most popular beach, with stunning crystal-clear waters and coral sands. Take the family to Cayman Marine Lab, where diving with a marine biologist provides an unparalleled ocean experience.
The Mastic Trail is a national reserve that protects the largest area of dry forest in Grand Cayman. It's a two-mile long trail that includes sights like Cayman parrots, Black Mangrove wetland and Wild Banana Orchids.
Grand Cayman's tourism logo is a turtle, and appropriately so, as the animal is of utmost importance to locals. The Cayman Island Turtle Farm is home to 16,000 Green Sea Turtles. Plan a visit to the interactive Turtle Farm to get up close and personal with the endangered species.
For an unforgettable evening beneath the stars, dine on fresh seafood and island-fusion fare on the open-air deck at the Calypso Grill. It's one of the island's best spots for a casual, romantic night out.
Sunny skies and warm temperatures: Grand Cayman epitomizes the ideal Caribbean climate. The best time to visit is from December to April, but any time of the year, you can expect temperatures to range from the low 70s to mid-90s. Rainy season generally runs from May through November, but squalls may pass over quickly, and while hurricane season starts in June, these storms are rare in Grand Cayman.