As the largest of the three Cayman Islands, there is certainly no shortage of things to do in Grand Cayman. Whether on dry land, underwater, or even from the air, there are countless ways with which to enjoy Grand Cayman’s numerous treasures.

Begin on the gorgeous western shore, where one can traverse the entire coral crescent of the public property that is Seven Mile Beach, stopping at the many beach side bars and restaurants that line its length.

Although erosion has rendered Seven Mile Beach a slightly more manageable 5.5 miles, a person might have the extra energy to swim with the nearly domesticated stingray population at Stingray City, scuba and snorkel in the crystal-clear waters around Cemetery Reef or simply feed the turtles at the Cayman Turtle Farm along the way.

At the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, a person can experience over half of the flora native to the Cayman Islands simply by strolling the .8-mile Woodland Trail as well as catch plentiful glimpses of the still-endangered Blue Iguana throughout. Orchid exhibits, art shows, lakes and gardens are also within the lush confines of the 65-acre North Side District establishment.

Tired of walking? Then head over to the Spirit of the West, where a full stable of horses is available to take its riders along and even into the Caribbean Sea. Or scoot behind the wheel of a George Town go-kart in the Cayman Islands capital, hop aboard a glass-bottom boat or para sail high above the sparkling waters. Once in George Town, shops, museums, galleries, nightclubs, and even rum distilleries await. Hang loose in the Hard Rock Cafe or waste away in Margarita-ville.

After an abundance of such heavenly sights and exhilarating activities, it may be time to take a West Bay detour into the black, limestone rock formations that collectively make up the area known as Hell, making sure to collect souvenirs and send postcards from Hell’s devilishly red post office while there.

And though this particular area’s name may be tongue-in-cheek, one might in fact find that the only truly hellish thing about a stay in Grand Cayman is actually finding the time to do all there is to be done there.