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Rum Point, Grand Cayman

Wonder what Seven Mile Beach might have looked like before all the condos and hotels? Then maybe it's time for a day trip over to Rum Point, a beautiful stretch of beach that's a fun alternative to Seven Mile Beach. Rum Point is located on the East End of the island where the land meets North Sound (home of Stingray City), and is dotted with casuarina trees, chalky sand, aquamarine waters, and a club with just about every watersport.

Over $5 million in improvements were made to this getaway spot, which sports a full-service dinner restaurant, casual lunch eatery and bar, decks and walkways, plenty of comfy hammocks and picnic tables, a gift shop, and more.

You can arrive at Rum Point by car (about an hour's drive from George Town) or on the Rum Pointer Ferry, which departs from the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman. (Note: the ferry has been stopped by Hurricane Ivan; check with the Hyatt before making plans.) This 120-passenger ferry travels to Rum Point in about 30 minutes. For ferry reservations, 345-949-9098.

If you're at Rum Point at dusk, don't miss the fish feeding off the docks.

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