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Enjoyed our 2 trips here to snorkel. The rock outcropping right off shore was truly unique and was more impressive than the low reef. Sunset was phenomenal. Several groups of folks gathered around sunset for beer parties, too much trash for my tastes.
Heard about this place from a fellow vacationer. Asked a local and they seemed to not know what I was talking about. Decided to go based on TripAdvisor reviews. So glad we did!
Excellent, quiet beach. Lots of shells. Beautiful snorkeling. Follow the other advice...More
This was the best snorkel spot that WE VISITED in our week on Grand Cayman. And we snorkeled everyday in multiple places all over the island. Shade and sun, picnic tables, beautiful wide sand beach, and smaller volumes of visitors. No public bathrooms.
Easily accessible from the road. Somewhat limited parking, depending of the time of day. Tends to be more crowded mid-morning. Short walk to the beach. Plenty of shade if you need to get out of the sun. The beach is clean and free of debris...More
Here's a free place that family and friends can visit to do some decent snorkeling. Not the best on the island, but still good to see. I personally don't use snorkeling equipment but choose just a pair of goggles to see the sights. I did...More
This was our nightly walk-to spot, to sit and watch the splendid sunset scenes. It was in this vicinity at which we discovered a small, hurricane-wrecked house, amid uprooted trees, with one of them, nearer the beach, serving as a refuge...a heavenly viewing spot of...More
This is very much like the beaches of seven mile BEFORE all of the big hotels got built up. A great swim can be enjoyed by all and for those who are stronger swimmers - go a little further out with a snorkel and enjoy...More
Took the family here to check out the historic cemetery and see if we could spot any baby turtles going for the ocean at the beach. Its got some shaded areas and its a great spot to hang out with friends and picnic.
We aren't big fans of crowds, and this area of the beach (just north of 7 Mile Beach on the west side of Grand Cayman) is not crowded at all. There are several dead reefs with a decent number of fish, and crystal clear water.