One of the world’s best beaches, Seven Mile Beach is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun, but there are many other activities on and off the beach to keep you busy.
Looking for fun things to do? Well, no visit to Grand Cayman is complete without an experience in the Caribbean Sea. From paddle boarding, fishing and sailing to diving, snorkelling and swimming with stingrays, you'll find memorable marine adventures both above and below water. The North Sound is the most popular and convenient place to set sail for your aquatic journey. Conveniently located a short drive from Seafire, the sea-to-sound community of Camana Bay has a harbour boasting amenities and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Travel by boat and savour a leisurely lunch or dinner at Camana Bay, and you can dock for the day in the harbour free of charge. Many repeat visitors to the island choose to make Camana Bay the home for their private boats as overnight and monthly slip rental rates are available, and the harbour is monitored by a 24-hour security team.
In the mood to play with friendly stingrays in calm, clear waters or snorkel through coral gardens? How about a day trip to the Kaibo Yacht Club or world-famous Rum Point? Whatever your desire, Camana Bay's harbour has the right watersports operator for you.
1. Water Fun
Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is the latest fitness/recreation craze to hit the beach. Combining surfing and kayaking, it’s a great way to explore the calm surf and clear waters of Seven Mile Beach.
Take a boat trip! We have rounded up some of the services available right from Camana Bay:
Want to take a short day trip to the Kaibo Yacht Club and Rum Point? Cayman Ferries operates throughout the week offering round trips from Camana Bay, departing from the dock in front of The Waterfront Urban Diner and Mizu Asian Bistro. Both morning and evening trips make it convenient to head over for a quick lunch, special dinner or a fun day at the beach. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride in this enjoyable and stress-free water taxi.
Cayman Luxury Charters
From the harbour to the world famous Stingray City and Sandbar to Starfish Point, Cayman Luxury Charters lets you travel in style, and can be booked any day of the week. Experience some of Grand Cayman’s best activities on the water by taking a private yacht that can accommodate your friends and family and can be customized according to your needs. With four vessels ranging in size, you'll have no trouble finding the right boat for you, from the smallest yacht, the 29-ft. Sea Ray Sport named the Cayman Evasion to the largest and newest addition to the fleet, the 51-ft. Leopard Power Catamaran known as La Vida.
Cayman Private Charters
Cayman Private Charters offers cruises any time of the day, which include snorkelling and Stingray City tours, as well as diving and deep sea fishing excursions. Private diving charters will take you with a certified instructor to all of the island's famous dive sites including reefs and shipwrecks as well as the the USS Kittiwake, a decommissioned U.S. naval vessel sunk to create an artificial reef. Whether you are a seasoned fisherman or you’re a first time angler, experienced local captains will help you make the most of your experience.
Paradise Sailing and Snorkeling
Operators at Camana Bay have options for every budget. Group tours to Stingray City as well as sunset cruises are available through Paradise Sailing’s 44-ft. catamaran that leaves the harbour in the mornings for snorkelling and day cruising and in the afternoon for sunset tours.
2. Taco y Tequila at Coccoloba
Coccoloba, Kimpton Seafire Resport + Spa’s signature Mexican-inspired restaurant, brings spice to Tuesday nights with its weekly Taco y Tequila event. This signature night features live music, tacos and margarita specials and front-row seat to the sunsets that gave Seafire its name.
3. Spa Treatments
Find your zen at The SPA at Seafire. Enjoy a massage and a steam in one of the Caribbean’s only Turkish-style hamams, and finish by unwinding in the spa’s signature botanical pool.
4. Explore the Kittiwake
Just off the coast of Seven Mile Beach is one of the Caribbean’s acclaimed wreck dives, The USS Kittiwake. This decommissioned US submarine was sunk in 2011 and has formed a new artificial reef. Easily accessible from shore, the wreck has become a favourite site for divers, free divers and snorkellers.
5. Golf at North Sound Golf Club
If your perfect weekend involves at least one round of golf, then you’re in luck. A short drive from Seven Mile Beach is North Sound Golf Club, Grand Cayman’s only 18-hole golf course. Golfers will delight in its signature 11th hole framed by spectacular views over the North Sound.
6. Explore Seafire’s coastal trails by bike
One of the perks of living at The Residences at Seafire is access to nearly five miles of coastal walking and biking trails. Hop on one of the resort’s bikes and explore hidden mangrove nurseries or take a ride over to the restaurants at the Cayman Islands Yacht Club.
7. Take A Food Tour
Jump on the locavore bandwagon and enjoy farm-to-table dining with the Flavour Tour at Camana Bay. Running every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., the Flavour Tour is a progressive dining experience where foodies can feast on cuisine inspired by the freshest local produce available at the Camana Bay Farmers & Artisans Market. The night starts with a wine tasting at West Indies Wine Company followed by small plates with paired cocktails at three of Camana Bay’s signature restaurants and ends with a sweet treat at Gelato & Co.