Getting around the Cayman Islands is not a problem if you are staying in a built up area. The largest island in the chain, Grand Cayman, has most of the facilities and activities that would be drawing tourists, so that is where it is easiest to get around. If you are hanging out in a downtown area like George Town then you will have no problem just walking to and from places. There are a lot of shops and other activities to do in town, and this is where a lot of the tourists congregate. If you are a bit further out, however, you can always take a taxi. There are taxis all over the islands, and they generally hang out in busier spots. However, if you call ahead you can have a car come and get you. They will all charge a flat rate agreed upon before the car ride begins.

 If you want to, you can rent a car from a number of different agencies located on the island, however, it is important to remember that in the Cayman Islands, the driving is on the left side of the road. Also as another option, you could rent a scooter or mo-ped if you don't plan to go too far and want to conserve money on gas. Maps are pretty good but street signage is dismal so having a navigator is helpful, however, the island is small and it doesnt take long to orient yourself to landmarks. There are colour coded license plates, the white ones are a beacon to residents that a tourist is behind the wheel and local Caymanites are oh so patient and gracious when they see them.