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South Sound to East End Beaches, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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South Sound to East End Beaches are typically more rugged and isolated than other areas of the island. Miles of pristine remote beaches lie between South Sound and East End.

Because there are relatively few beaches in George Town, we have included the southern end of George Town in our South Sound to East End beach tour. South Sound does not have too many beaches to speak of, mostly because it is primarily a shallow lagoon that stretches pretty much right up to the road, without many beaches in between. However, just west of South Sound you will find several of Cayman's most popular beaches, including Smith Cove and Eden Rock; the latter being primarily a dive/snorkel spot thoroughly covered in our Cayman Islands snorkel guide. So starting with Smith Cove, we will work our way along the shore all the way to East End, stopping at all of the most beautiful and secluded beaches along the way.

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George Town beaches are much smaller with less sand compared to other beach areas of Grand Cayman, however many offer good to excellent snorkeling.
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Driving along South Sound, often referred to as "Millionaire's Row" by several cruise tour operators trying to peddle paid tours of a typical upscale neighborhood, South Sound beaches tend to be fairly narrow. The drive however affords outstanding ocean views as you embark upon your South Sound to East End Beach journey.

From South Sound all the way to East End you will find many of Grand Cayman's most remote and secluded beaches, many with vast white sand beaches. Miles of scenic beaches unobstructed by buildings will make this one of your most memorable adventures. Many of the beaches between South Sound and East End offer picnic tables and shady trees. Beaches in these areas of Grand Cayman are either adjacent to shallow lagoons or unprotected from frequently choppy waters, caused by Grand Cayman's predominately easterly tradewinds; neither of which creating optimum snorkeling or swimming conditions. There are many areas where swim access is easy and safe under the proper conditions so always check the local forecast and bring a flag or floatation device if you plan on including swimming or snorkeling in your South Side to East End beach adventures.