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Drone footage captures exotic town in Grand Cayman Island

Kaibo is a gorgeous small town area on the North side of Grand Cayman Island in the Caribbean. Nestled between Rum Point and Starfish point it has much to offer. Restaurants, bars and luxury condos provide everything any tourist could want. If travelling from the West end of Grand Cayman, you can drive or take a small ferry. Driving will take approximately 1.5-2 hours depending on traffic since the roadways are narrow and the island life makes for slower travel. If you either don’t have a vehicle or are short on time, you can hop a ferry that leaves from Camana Bay in the West for a very affordable $25 round trip. It will drop you off at either Kaibo yacht club or Rum Point, both beautiful locations and very close to each other. You could walk from one drop point to the other if feeling ambitious. While enjoying your day in Kaibo or Rum Point, make it the best and enjoy the pristine waters while paddling a kayak. You can bring your own snorkeling gear or rent some as the shallow calm waters of both Kaibo and Rum Point are great for this. Another amazing thing with Rum Point is that Southern Stingray often cruise around the shallows looking for a snack so your chance of seeing these beautiful creatures while snorkeling is very high. Box fish, similar to a Puffer fish are also around, so keep an eye out. Conch shells are plentiful as well, most have been discarded by conch fishermen so you will notice a hole in one end of the shell. Give it a go with your best efforts of blowing the mighty conch! Personal powered watercraft such as Sea doo and Jetski are also rentable from Red Sail sports located right on the beach at Rum Point. Take a tour or play close by with a friend or family member, its a blast. If you love sunsets and bio luminescence, Rum Point is the place to come. Kayak groups head out at sunset to a nearby bay well know for its amazing bio luminescence. Get there early as the beach fill quickly with all the sunset watchers and photographers. It is amazing! Grand Cayman has a lot to offer and is a short plane ride from the East coast of USA.
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