Grand Cayman, the largest of the three Cayman Islands, lies at latitude/longitude 19.18 N and 81.22 W in the western Caribbean Sea; 480 miles south of Miami, 150 miles south of Cuba, 180 miles northwest of Jamaica, and over 1,000 miles west of the US Virgin Islands.
Grand Cayman is approximately 22 miles long and 8 miles wide and has over 90 square miles of flat terrain.
The terrain consists of a low-lying limestone base surrounded by coral reefs, with an interior of thick vegetation and white sand and coral beaches around the perimeters.
You are situated on the north side of the island in the community known as Cayman Kai, directly on the ocean, at the very beginning of Rum Point. This area is mostly residential, therefore it’s quiet. You may meet a few people on our beach daily – but that is the most we’ve met in any given time!
The native Caymanians display truly welcoming behavior to those visiting their island. English is the spoken language. Those who live here are very special and friendly as can be, as you will discover upon venturing out. The Rum Point area has an excellent safety record and is mostly residential, unlike many other similar vacation and resort areas on other islands. (However, this doesn’t mean you should abandon all common sense safety measures!)