North Side and East End are among the least populated in Cayman and offer lots of peace, quiet, and quaint island charm.
North Side was the last district to be settled, while East End, Cayman’s second largest district, offers a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of Cayman’s busier districts.
Throughout both districts you’ll find lots of remnants of Cayman’s past, including traditional cottages and cultural sites.
In East End you’ll find the Blow Holes in addition to the remnants of the famous Wreck of the Ten Sails.
At North Side be sure to soak up the splendour of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, explore stunning flora and fauna along the centuries old Mastic Trail, or head to popular Rum Point for a relaxing beach day.
Throughout both districts you’ll find local eateries, jerk stands, and stores selling locally made crafts.