The Cayman Islands, comprising Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, are three islands formed by large coral heads. Not surprisingly then, this area is considered to have some of the top scuba diving and snorkeling in the world. At Stingray City, you will have the unique experience of swimming in shallow waters or feeding dozens of Stingrays. Alternatively, on Little Cayman, the Bloody Wall starts at 18ft and plunges down 1200ft, creating a showcase of colourful coral gardens, black coral trees, and tropical fish. Ashore, Seven Mile Beach is a low crescent shaped coral sand beach considered one of the best in the Caribbean. It is located just south of the capital city of George Town. Driving along, you may catch a display from one of the blowholes from one of the many caves located along the coast near Frank Sound Road. Bat caves, housing colonies of bats, Rebecca’s Cave, or Pirates Cave, are among the more popular. To the north, you can actually go to Hell, a small rock formation field created by weathered ironshore that is estimated to be over 1.5 million years old. Bird lovers should be sure to visit the Bobby Pond Nature Reserve, and hikers will love to trek along the Mastic trail. In the evening, spend the night in a laid back manner, or hop into one of the active and lively pubs.