Grand Cayman Kayaking
|North Sound's secluded waters and mangrove shorelines are ideal for kayaking|
North Sound may offer more than 20 miles of shoreline for kayaking, but the coves and canals near Rum Point have everything needed for a lazy, informative trip.
The slower you go, the more you'll see.
We start by exploring a canal that leads into North Sound, normally good kayaking on the windiest day. But even if the Sound should chop up, you need only a few strokes to reach a large side lagoon.
Although I provide all the kayak's momentum during the afternoon, the trip turns out to be unexpectedly relaxing.
Thanks to a kayak's stealth, you have the opportunity to spot tarpon and hawksbill turtles in the mangrove channels, view snowy and cattle egrets on the branches, and watch frigate birds circle overhead.
lot of daytime activity, still unknown to most Grand
Cayman Kayaks Join a bioluminescent kayak tour from Rum Point Beach. Or daytime 1.5-2-hour mangrove island tours or sunset tours. Cayman Kayaks does not cater to cruise ship groups. Life vests and bottled water are provided.