Seven Mile Beach
The Seven Mile Beach is known for its coral-sand beach and its clear blue water. The Seven Mile Beach is the most popular and most developed place of the Grand Cayman. The Beach houses the most luxurious resorts on the island. The beach is really only 6.3 miles long now, because breaking away of the beach occurred from hurricane Ivan.
Stingrays began gathering in a sandbar off the shore of the Grand Cayman decades ago, where fisherman would clean their fish in the shallow waters of a sandbar, when the fish were thrown overboard it became a feast for stingray. Eventually everytime a motor was heard from a boat, the stingrays would come out to be fed. Now the practice has become a tradition and divers could interact with the stingrays.
The Queen Elizabeth 11 Botanic Park is an outdoor garden and wildlife facility located on the Grand Cayman Island. Things to do there include taking a a hike to the Woodland Trail and Blue Iguana Habitat where you can spot blue iguanas and other natural species. There is also a Floral Colour Garden, Orchid Exhibit, and Wetland.