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Resort Weeks Club Aruba loves the Caribbean, and Grand Cayman Island is high on vacationer’s lists. It’s the largest of the three Cayman Islands and is home to about 50,000 people. Watersports beaches and natural attractions are among the reasons people flock to Grand Cayman.

Resort Weeks Club Aruba suggests one of the best beaches in the Caribbean is Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman

Resort Weeks Club Aruba encourages everyone visiting the island to check it out. With soft, coral sand and calm waves, this public beach is located just north of George Town. There are several casual bars and restaurants, a playground, and even restrooms with showers.

If an underwater adventure is on your list, then be sure to visit Captain Keith Tibbetts Wreck, which was a 330-foot-long Russian frigate that was deliberately sunk to create an artificial reef. The ship is mostly intact and is now crusted with coral and home to groupers, scorpionfish, and a few green moray eels. It’s a doable dive for beginners while navigating the wreck would be fun for those with more experience.

Grand Cayman Island by Resort Weeks Club Aruba

“Hell’ on Grand Cayman looks like how it sounds but is still a huge attraction. It’s a wide-open space full of clusters of black limestone. Platforms are available to look around because visitors are not allowed to walk among the clusters. If you’re in the mood for some kitschy, then definitely check this out.
 
Nature lovers will be thrilled to hike on the Mastic Trail, a 200-year-old gravel path that winds through both a mangrove swamp and a woodland area. Some of the most colorful and rare plant lifeline this path, which is perfect for beginners or hikers of any age.

Resort Weeks Club highly recommends a trip to the Caribbean Island of Grand Cayman. From beaches to hiking to weird limestone formations, there is something for everyone.

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