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CAYMAN'S FINEST CYCLE COMPANY FOR VACATION RENTALS
THE BEST RANGE OF BIKES ON GRAND CAYMAN
Free delivery to your hotel/condo.
Grand Cayman is not just about the beach and water, although it is pretty amazing. When you want a break from the sea take a look at these ideas for something to do on land.  We've put together an unbiased choice of places to go and things to see, so you can get the very best out of your time on Grand Cayman.

Head out east to the unspoilt district called East End. Here there is very little mass tourism, only a hand-full of resorts and hotels. The roads are quiet, very light on traffic and you will never be more than 50 yards from the beautiful coastline. This is also prime territory for Cayman's 1000 indigenous blue iguanas.

Cycle out to Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, and enjoy a leisurely walk through colorful botanic gardens, lake and nature displays. Stroll through the Heritage Garden, enjoy the Tea House with its panoramic views, and spot the enigmatic blue iguanas, rare aquatic birds, giant orchids and native animals.

Cycling out westwards from Seven Mile Beach, you'll hit the West Bay district. This area offers a perfect 10 mile tour that includes beaches, Hell, Barkers Natural Park, Cayman Motor Museum and the Cayman Turtle Farm. Trails are often quiet and there are 4 very nice bars and restaurants on the 'loop' for chilled drinks and snacks.

Spend a day exploring the many shopping malls and gallerias on Grand Cayman, as well as smaller boutiques in George Town. Camana Bay is a new up-scale shopping area with many bars, cafes, restaurants, as well as a cinema and great bookshop. From cigars, to wine, and from fashion to luxury watches, Cayman has it all.

A great day out is a trip over to the Northside of Grand Cayman and the paradise spots of Rum Point, Starfish Point and Kaibo. Both offer that quintessential Caribbean laid-back vibe with hammocks, snacks, cocktails and watersports. Kaibo is more upmarket and has a lovely restaurant. You could combine this trip with a stop at the Botanic Gardens on the way.

Grand Cayman’s newest major attraction, Crystal Caves, offers a labyrinthine network of caverns still being explored, opened, and illuminated. The two caves currently on display feature a vast array of limestone gardens, underground lakes, dazzling examples of flowstone, and fancifully shaped rock formations. A guide will explain everything you need to see.