Taxis are available at Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman, from all Cayman Islands hotels and resorts and from the taxi stand at the ship dock in George Town.
Visitors over 21 years of age can get a temporary divers licence at any rental car counter or at the police station.
In the Cayman Islands driving is on the left side of the road. Caymanians are naturally friendly people and we are always happy and willing to lend a helping hand if you need directions and if you are really stuck, we have been known to drive there with you!
Car rentals available include Jeeps, Mini Vans, 4 doors, and SUV’s.
Renting mopeds and scooters are also a great way to explore the islands on your own.
Several private limousine services on Grand Cayman offer transport for special events as well as airport transfers.
There are several public buses that run throughout the different districts.The bus terminal is on Edward Street, adjacent to the Public Library, in George Town. Daily services commence around 6 am and fares start at CI $1.50. Licenced buses have blue number plates and accept both US and Cayman Islands dollars. There are a few bus stops around the island, but buses can be flagged down from the side of the road.
For further information about Grand Cayman’s bus service telephone 945-5100.
|Route Number ||Sticker Colour ||Route|
|1||Yellow||George Town - West Bay/Seven Mile Beach|
|2||Lime Green||George Town - West Bay/Seven Mile Beach|
|3||Blue||George Town - Bodden Town|
|4||Purple||George Town - East End|
|5||Red||George Town - East End/North Side|
|6 & 7||Dark Green||Around George Town|
|8||Orange||George Town - North Side|
|9||Blue (White number) ||George Town - North Side - East End - Bodden Town|
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Hints & Tips
- Bus styles vary in size from Coasters to mini-busses.
- Public transportation is a good way to meet residents.
- Jeeps and Mopeds are one the most popular vehicles to rent so reserve yours as early as possible.