The 10 Best Things to Do in Bodden Town, Cayman Islands

July 23, 2017 Kandra Bartel

Discover the best top things to do in Bodden Town, Cayman Islands including So-Chlo, Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden, Blue Haven Charters, Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery, Rum Point Club, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Kayaks, Ocean Frontiers, The Cayman Islands Brewery, Blue Iguana Recovery Program Safari Tour.
Restaurants in Bodden Town

1. So-Chlo

563 Bodden Town Road, Bodden Town KY1-1600, Grand Cayman
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5 based on 3 reviews

So-Chlo

Small little beach shop selling our own T-shirts that are hand printed here in the Cayman Islands. Unique, screen printed designs on quality shirts.

Reviewed By Freakybabe2

Love this shop! Lovely staff and products. I bought via email as I'm from the UK. Really good quality and designed t-shirts! Will definitely buy again.

2. Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden

249 Old Robin Road, North Side KY1-1700, Grand Cayman +1 920-377-1574
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4.5 based on 229 reviews

Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden

On the highway, Old Robin Road, between Old Man Bay and the Queen's Momument, North Side, is a small concrete sculpture garden/park next to the road with free admission and free parking. Sculptures include a giant 16' Blue Iguana, a 6' giant land crab, super sized octopus, 17' crocodile and more. Persons can stop, walk around, look and take pictures. It is also a popular geocaching site. Free... No charge. Open everyday. The art within this garden is on private property so please be respectful of the owner's privacy.

Reviewed By Stevey1612 - Canby, Oregon

If you are taking a drive to the East End this is a nice spot to stop, stretch your legs and snap a picture or two. I've been on the island a couple times before but hadn't realized that this was open to the public and the best part - it is FREE. The artist has a good sense of humor. It looks like they are actively working on adding to the garden.

3. Blue Haven Charters

Kaibo, Rum Point, Grand Cayman
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5 based on 32 reviews

Blue Haven Charters

Private Boat Charter to Stingray City, snorkeling, starfish point, reef and deep sea fishing and more! Located on the North Side of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and departs from Kaibo. Camana Bay, or alternative dock pickups are also possible. We will work with you to ensure you have the BEST day of your holiday!! Cooler will be filled with ice, bottled waters, and plenty of room for your chosen beverages/cocktails! A typical 4 hr charter with Captain Blair consists of a Stingray City trip to the sand bar and a snorkel at one of the incredible coral heads away from all of the crowds. Some will even squeeze in a trip to Starfish Point or extend their trip to include lunch to one of our favorite spots which include Rum Point, Kaibo Beach Bar and Grill, Camana Bay, Morgan's, George Town Yacht Club and The Ritz Carlton! *3 hr charters can be arranged.

Reviewed By Sadira E

As frequent travellers to Grand Cayman, I can say with confidence that a day out on the water with Captain Blair is the best thing you can do on island. Blair makes you feel like part of the family and we are always excited to...MoreThank you so much for your review! You guys are always a pleasure to take out and we look forward to your next visit!

4. Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery

End of Bronze Rd., George Town KY1-1206, Grand Cayman +1 345-943-4786
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5 based on 1 reviews

Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery

Reviewed By Andy A - Eastleigh, United Kingdom

This is a must do! Warning: Have something to eat before you go otherwise you are likely to leave wasted!
The distillery does seem out of place but inside has a great atomosphere. really wasn't sure how the tour was going to go and certainly wasn't expecting to sample 10+ different rums and 5+ triple secs!
The tour and narration was very good and informative, the owner is very knowledgable and knows how to work the attendees. After the tour it was just a free for all and was such a good laugh.
This is a definite must do when you come to the Cayman Islands.

5. Rum Point Club

Rum Point Club, North Side KY1-1700, Grand Cayman
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4 based on 108 reviews

Rum Point Club

Reviewed By WorldTvlerParker_CO - Parker, CO

Best mudslides and rum Punch on the island! Great place to hang for a few hours, eat a simple meal, or head into the restaurant for a fancier meal.
Good beach, but the waters were not as nice as they used to be. Have been here many years and was totoally disappointed in the water...murky, hardly any fish.... folks were great and it’s still a fun place to visit.

6. Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Seven Mile Beach

Reviewed By Clive480077 - Letchworth Garden City

We walked a large part of the beach every day. The sand is gorgeous in texture and colour and each property rakes the portion outside every morning.
There’s several bars and restaurants right on the beach and if you go one block back, there are dozens.
One of the nicest Beaches we’ve been to anywhere in the world.

7. Cayman Kayaks

Sand Point Road | Yacht Club Boat Ramp, Rum Point KY1-9006, Grand Cayman
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4.5 based on 35 reviews

Cayman Kayaks

Cayman Kayak/Cayman Kayaks offers Bioluminescent Tours by kayak and on Cayman's ONLY electric boat. Do not miss out on this memorable experience.

Reviewed By RANDINY - NEW YORK

Tom was incredibly knowledgeable about the Bioluminescent bay. There is a choice to go with a small group (no more than 10 people) in an electric boat or take a kayak. It's impossible to learn and see what you did in the boat in a kayak. I would have been worried about kayaking in the dark and getting lost or running into a scary sea creature. The boat was amazing. It was built exactly for this tour. It had high edges to help with night vision and the bottom middle of the boat opened entirely so you can interact with the bioluminescence but moving your feet and hands in it, as well as getting a bucket of light up water to play with. The stars and constellations that Tom pointed out also were amazing. This kept my family (my daughter 17, and son 16) super engaged and interested. Definitely well worth the trip from 7-mile beach. The 9pm tour rocked because it was totally dark for great viewing. Don't miss this natural attraction when you are on Grand Cayman Island. It doesn't exist too many places in the world.

8. Ocean Frontiers

344 Austin Connoly Drive, East End KY1 1801, Grand Cayman
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5 based on 708 reviews

Ocean Frontiers

Ocean Frontiers Diving Adventures, on the East End of Grand Cayman, offers world class scuba diving, renowned for pristine reefs and breathtaking wall diving, coupled with custom built dive boats awaiting at the end of the dock. Our award winning dive staff offer the perfect combination of 5 star service and fun for your diving vacation. Offering Freedom, Safety and Adventure with full "Dive Valet" service, making gear handling, storing, rinsing and set up hassle free. Enjoy a dive service style you have never experienced before...."The Green short service." Tours available for beginners, intermediate and experienced divers. Tours include: Two-Tank Boat Dives, Night Dives, Wreck Dives, Lionfish Hunt Dives and our famous X-Dive. Ocean Frontiers also offers coral reef snorkel trips and Dawn Stingray Snorkel Trips.

Reviewed By Lesia B

Did two snorkelling tours with them. Evan, Stephan, Brittany and a woman from Quebec all were superb, patient, helpful, knowledgeable guides Did the three stop tour and the x snorkel. Both super Organized, well equipped. Well staffed

9. The Cayman Islands Brewery

366 Shamrock Road | Prospect, George Town KY1-1209, Grand Cayman +1 345-947-6699
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4.5 based on 289 reviews

The Cayman Islands Brewery

The secret of Caybrew, CayLight and Ironshore Bock (ISB) involves some of the most ancient brewing and manufacturing arts known to man; combine this with the most current state of the art brewing technology to date and this is The Cayman Islands Brewery.Caybrew has already won a prestigious Monde Gold award and quickly becoming the fastest growing beer in the Cayman Islands, Caybrew, Caylight and Ironshore Bock are brewed to the highest international standards.Brewery tours are available every Monday trough to Friday on the hour from 9 am to 4 pm. Ring ahead for bottling days for the main experience. The Gift store is also open during these times selling exclusive Caybrew, CayLight and Ironshore Bock items.

Reviewed By LinnyTee

We ventured out one afternoon due to rain. We saw signs for Caybrew Brewery, so off we went! We got there just in time for the short tour they were doing. Very interesting process, not to mention the great beer! I believe it was only $10 for tour and several tastings!

10. Blue Iguana Recovery Program Safari Tour

Frank Sound Road, East End KY1-1800, Grand Cayman
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4.5 based on 75 reviews

Blue Iguana Recovery Program Safari Tour

Behind the scene tours of the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme's captive breeding facility and a guided tour of the woodland trail. Monday to Saturday at 11 a.m. Tickets are available at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park's main gate.

Reviewed By DeniseR23 - Brandon, Manitoba

The tour is at 11 am only and on sunny days. They have implemented a breeding program as the blue iguana was nearly extinct. With this they are making a comeback. We did walk around the botanical Gardens afterwards as well, and three blues have escaped their enclosures and roam freely around the park, we were lucky enough to see one as well which was nice to see

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