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Rum Point
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Owner description: Secluded beach on northern Grand Cayman.
Reviewed August 31, 2013

so happy to come here and take pictures!!!Definitely going back soon! Powder sand beach with turquoise waters!! Amazing!

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Reviewed August 30, 2013

Lots of fun stuff to do here, water sports, hammocks, food, snorkeling, stingray tours, jet skis, gift shops, and great food! They even have fried pickles!

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Reviewed August 29, 2013

We drove up one day to look around. Great beach to spend the day. We met Tortuga Divers boat here for our 2nd dive. Found good underwater camera for $30.00 in gift shop.

Thank Billie M
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Reviewed August 29, 2013

Rum Point is mentioned frequently in the tourist guides as a place you must visit. It is pretty nice, but if you are staying at Seven Mile Beach, you get very spoilt, so Rum Point does then seem a little touristy. There are hammocks on the beach, but the beach beds are a bit packed together. However, the water is deliciously warm and the sand is almost white.
There is a bar, a restaurant and a couple of takeaway shacks available too.
The highlight of that area though is a 5 minute drive away at Starfish beach. Here you can see pretty red starfish by wading in to waist high water. Apparently dolphins regularly swim here too.

Thank manth10
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

Went on Saturday morning and it was still quiet, thats the great thing about going in low season. The beach is beautiful, great drinks at the bar and they have a cute gift shop.

Thank Olichops
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