In this article, we review Rum Point in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
What is Rum Point?
Rum Point is a beach in Grand Cayman.
Rum Point also has a restaurant, bar, souvenir shop and public restrooms.
This is a popular spot for both tourists and locals. Many people enjoy spending the day relaxing here with friends and family. Rum Point is famous for their rum-infused mudslide drinks.
Where is Rum Point located?
Rum Point is located on the north-side of Grand Cayman.
It is a one hour drive from Seven Mile Beach to Rum Point. It is a 50-minute drive from the cruise ship port in George Town to Rum Point.
Below is a Google Map showing the exact location of Rum Point:
What is there to do in Rum Point?
Rum Point has hammocks between coconut trees that you can relax in.
There is also a watersports company that rents jet skis and kayaks from Rum Point beach.
There is a nice restaurant and bar that you can buy food and drinks from. There is also a souvenir shop where you can buy gifts and t-shirts.
Rum Point is only a 5-minute drive from Starfish Point, so if you drive to Rum Point, then you can also drive to Starfish Point.
Can you snorkel at Rum Point?
Technically you can snorkel at Rum Point, but there is nothing to see.
There is no coral or fish at Rum Point, meaning that this isn’t a good snorkel spot.
There is a very good snorkel spot called the “Aquarium” about half a mile offshore from Rum Point, but it is too far to swim to from shore. You need to take a boat to snorkel at the Aquarium.
If you want to snorkel at the Aquarium, and also visit Rum Point, then check out the “5-Stop Stingray Eco Tour” from George’s Watersports. This tour includes snorkeling at the Aquarium and Rum Point in the same tour.
The below video shows the Aquarium and Rum Point during this 5-Stop Stingray Eco Tour:
How do you get to Rum Point?
You can either take a boat to Rum Point, or you can drive.
The best way to get there is to take a boat, since it is much faster and more fun.
If you are staying on the west-side of Grand Cayman near Seven Mile Beach, then it will take only 20-minutes by boat to reach Rum Point. However, if you choose to drive, then it will take about an hour.
Is Rum Point worth visiting?
The answer depends on how long you are in Grand Cayman for.
If you are a cruise ship passenger, and you only have a few hours on island, then Rum Point is not worth visiting because there are more exciting things to do, such as Stingray City.
If you are visiting Grand Cayman for a week or more, then Rum Point is definitely worth visiting. We recommend that you do the 5-Stop Stingray Eco Tour with George’s Watersports as it includes Rum Point as one of the stops.
When is the best time to visit?
The best time to visit Rum Point is during a week day (Monday to Friday) from 10am to 4pm.
Rum Point can become very crowded on the weekends with locals. On Sundays, dozens of boats anchor off of Rum Point. These boats play very loud music and contain a lot of people. It is best to avoid Rum Point on Sunday if possible.
Is there an entrance fee?
There is no entrance fee at Rum Point.
Anyone can enter for free. All beaches in the Cayman Islands have free public access by law.
If you are looking for other great beaches to visit, then check out our article where we review the top 15 beaches in Grand Cayman.
Is there free parking?
Yes, there is lots of free parking at Rum Point.
The only time that you may have issues finding a parking spot is if you visit on a Sunday, since Sundays are more busy compared to the other days of the week.
What is Rum Point?
Rum Point is a beach in Grand Cayman. There is also a restaurant and bar located at Rum Point.
Is Rum Point good for families with kids?
Yes, Rum Point is a great place to spend the day relaxing with your family. Rum Point is family friendly, with activities to keep your kids entertained.
How do you get to Rum Point Grand Cayman?
The best way to get to Rum Point is to take a boat. There are many tour companies that offer boat tours to Rum Point.
If you are vacationing in Grand Cayman for a week or more, and you have a lot of spare time, then Rum Point is definitely worth visiting.
We recommend that you do the 5-Stop Stingray Eco Tour with George’s Watersports as this tour includes Rum Point as one of the stops.
If you want to learn more about other beaches, then check out our article where we review the top 15 beaches in Grand Cayman.