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At the Rum Point Beach Club, a man enjoys riding a jet ski in the ocean while savoring refreshing cocktails on the Rum Deck.
03
Jun

Should You Try a Jet Ski in Grand Cayman?

Riding a jet ski is one of the most thrilling activities you can do in Grand Cayman. These personal watercraft are perfect for the whole family to go darting across Caribbean waters. If you’re asking should you try a jet ski in Grand Cayman, we believe the answer is a resounding yes! At Rum Point...
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Girl snorkeling with the rays
15
May

Snorkeling Guide to Grand Cayman

Surrounded by turquoise waters with clear visibility, Grand Cayman is undoubtedly one of the best places to go snorkeling in the Caribbean. Whether you swim from the shore or join a boat tour to explore unique locations, you’re bound to uncover an underwater extravaganza.  Rum Point Club is situated near some of the most idyllic...
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A group of people sitting at tables in a restaurant.
01
May

Where do locals go to have fun in the Cayman Islands?

At Rum Point Club, we specialize in offering an escape from the hordes of tourists on Seven Mile Beach, and we welcome both locals and the more discerning tourists. Here, we have put together our guide to top local leisure time pursuits on Grand Cayman. Locals will often be willing to share their own favorite...
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Colorful fish swimming around vibrant coral formations in clear blue underwater scene.
10
Apr

The 10 Best Snorkeling Spots In Grand Cayman

There are many, many incredible places to snorkel in Grand Cayman, and for most, all you need to do is swim a short way off the beach. You can rent snorkeling equipment from Cayman’s Red Sail Sports at many locations across the island. Since sealife numbers and diversity fluctuate with the weather and seasons, it...
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A dj is mixing music at a nightclub.
14
Mar

The Best Things to Do After Dinner in the Cayman Islands

The fun and adventure in the Cayman Islands don’t stop when the sun goes down!  Whether you’ve enjoyed a sumptuous dinner at a local restaurant or tucked into a traditional Caribbean beachside barbecue, there’s a treasure trove of activities waiting for you after your meal. The Rum Point Club is home to the Rum Deck,...
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Man, woman, and child with stingray in the water
12
Feb

Our Local Grand Cayman Family Activity Guide

Grand Cayman may be a small island, but it’s big on adventure! And best of all, there’s something for all ages to enjoy here. So, if you’re visiting the place we call home on a family vacation, you can be sure that fun-filled days await you. Rum Point Club, located in Grand Cayman’s North Side...
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A boat in the water.
12
Dec

What time of year is it best to visit the Cayman Islands?

Grand Cayman can offer a paradise vacation all year round, but depending on what you are hoping for, it is worth planning your dates carefully. At Rum Point Club we enjoy welcoming a great range of visitors, and their differing priorities have informed this blog.  Some will want to plan the perfect time for diving,...
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A mangrove forest in the middle of a body of water.
10
Nov

7 Non-Touristy Things to Do in Grand Cayman

After you’ve enjoyed your Seven Mile Beach sunset, sampled a Mud Slide at Cayman’s Rum Deck, and visited Stingray City, you might be ready to take a step away from the tourist trail and create some unique Cayman memories. At Rum Point Club, we specialize in giving guests a peaceful experience, and here we have...
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A chef pouring smoke over a plate of food.
02
Oct

The Culinary Scene, Dining, and Nightlife in Grand Cayman

Are you visiting Grand Cayman to explore our island’s incredible dive sites? Or have you got a relaxing beach break in paradise in mind? Whatever kind of Cayman vacation you’re planning, many ingredients will come together to make it unforgettable. And at Rum Point Club, home to The Rum Deck and Solis Restaurant, we can...
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A catamaran sails in the ocean during a stunning sunset
12
Sep

Things to do in Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach is a stunning stretch of coral sands on the western end of Grand Cayman. It received the title of “The Caribbean’s Best Beach” in 2015 from Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine.  At 6 miles long (not actually seven…) there is truly space for everyone to relax in their own private space. The...
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