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All reviews star fish rum point shallow water their natural habitat sea grass great for kids tour boats worth the trip north side these beautiful creatures public beach take pictures nice beach stingray city an excursion private charter seven mile beach
We really had a great time photographing the colorful starfish. The water was very still when we were there and we probably saw 25-30 starfish in one small area of beach. Most of the starfish could easily be seen wading up to your waist.
The beach is pretty, as is pretty much every beach in Cayman. And we were sadly disappointed to find only a few starfish. We actually visited starfish point 3 times during our week long vacation, due to various boat tours, and only ever saw a...More
No trip to the island is complete without visiting this quiet nature reserve. It is only about one mile from Rum Point, although the signs are not marked well. Park your car, and safety walk to the point where the water is clear and calm,...More
Stopped by to see the starfish after an early morning snorkel trip to Stingray City. It was amazing to see the starfish and it's also a lovely small beach. We decided it would be a great place to watch the sunset and went back another...More
Starfish Point used to be peaceful where you could find starfish easily now its full of boats playing loud music people having bar-b-q's and spilling their alcoholic drinks into the ocean they even have a water slide anchored off shore. If I was a starfish...More
Starfish Point is a relatively popular Cayman attraction, and it can be accessed by both car or boat. In fact, many of the shore tours make a stop there. If you decide to go by car, know that Starfish Point is located down a rather...More
They're everywhere! We saw about 25-30 starfish, plus several baby rays.
Water is knee deep, if that. The beach offers shade and picnic tables. Perfect place for toddlers, kids, couples, seniors....everyone!
I went on an excursion with Rowan Water Sports to Stingray City and Starfish Point with a stop off to snorkel on the reefs. Fabulous few hours. Captain and crew were so helpful and friendly to everyone. It was a wonderful experience so much so...More
The island bus runs to that side of island also and runs often just make sure you take the route through mid island not all way round use Frank Sound rd it is shortest route. Go early to make it back to cruise ship return... More
The island bus runs to that side of island also and runs often just make sure you take the route through mid island not all way round use Frank Sound rd it is shortest route. Go early to make it back to cruise ship return time. go with intention of walking into water star fish are not always right in the shallows no shoes needed soft bottom area in water
We are a family of 5 (children ages 17, 15 and 8) who will be traveling to GC in July. I'm trying to plan my activities for the week and schedule the must do items. I've only scheduled my bioluminescent kayaks so far. We are interested in the following things and I would like to know when is the best time to schedule them and if any of them can be consolidated. Not sure how long each activity can take. We rented a car for the week so our transportation is set. In looking at the cruise ship...More
May 15, 2016|
A visit to the blowholes is an entertaining experience if you're on you're way to some of these other suggestions.
Planning 1st trip to GC - stay in North SMB or Kaibo Area? (19 Replies)
Hello, My husband & I are planning a family vacation to Grand Cayman with our two kids, ages 8 & 6 years old. This would be our first trip to the island. We have been spoiled with many fantastic Caribbean vacations, always to the quieter islands like Tortola, Virgin Gorda, St. John, Turks & Caicos (not Grace Bay) & Anguilla. We just about always rent a villa and stay in a remote part of the island directly on the beach. We would like to try Grand Cayman as we've heard it's very safe,...More
October 29, 2018|
I think the northern area of SMB would work very well for you and your family. SMB offers ideal beachfront and the northern area is glorious and quiet yet also in close proximity to numerous restaurants, grocery store, every convenience and seldom affected by the dreaded seaweed issues. There are many lovely condo properties there...Discovery Point, Christopher Columbus, London House, Anchorage, Aqua Bay all get good reviews from those who have stayed there. The condos in the central part of...More
Star fish point (8 Replies)
Hello- thinking of renting a car from our hotel at 7 mile and taking a drive to star fish point. Most of what I saw on TA were posts from several years ago. Has anyone been there recently or have any feedback if it's worth the drive? Supposed to be pretty windy/cloudy tomorrow and thought this might be a good option for the day. Thanks all
January 14, 2018|
We were there last year at this time and, honestly, Starfish Point was a bit underwhelming in terms of Starfish. We stayed at Kaibo, so we were within walking distance of Starfish Point, and ended up walking down there a few times. At the most, we saw two Starfish any time we went; we actually saw more Starfish at Kaibo. I wouldn't discourage you from going there, but if you are going to rent a car, I would make a day of it and maybe have lunch at Kaibo, or hit Rum Point too. Starfish...More