Activities

Cayman Island Snorkeling, Golf, Tennis & Scuba Diving

There's so much to do on Grand Cayman.... 
Or nothing at all...

Water activities are unlimited! Snorkeling (right off the Harbour Heights beach!), diving, parasailing, swimming with the stingrays, paddle boarding, kayaking - just to name a few! From your condo at Harbour Heights, you can walk to the hotels that offer some of these activities, or ask our manager about booking a trip to Stingray City. Leave from a dock that is minutes from Harbour Heights.

Like to shop? By car, taxi or by bus, you can go downtown (we suggest you go in the late afternoon or on a day when the cruise passengers are not in port) or to the new Caymana Bay shopping center. The shopping in Cayman offers the best selections of world class brands.

The Botanic Park, the blowholes, Pedro's Castle, and Rum Pointe are other attractions that you can experience when you take a day to drive around the island.

Or, chose to relax under our palms & casaurina trees and thatched huts and do nothing at all. You’ll love the location – no other condos on either side of us. You’ll really feel like you had a Caribbean vacation. Private, yet close enough to all the activity you desire.

There are plenty of local activities to participate in. Want to do a triathalon, marathon or Boxing Day run? Want to catch a local play? Attend the festivals which celebrate Cayman culture like Pirates week, or Batabano? Check the local paper, the Cayman Compass when you arrive to see what’s going on!

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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

“We had a LOVELY time! Harbour Heights was the perfect location for sure. We drove around the entire island and agree that we had the best spot. Our active teenage daughters loved snorkeling right in front of Harbour Heights!” Family of Four from Boston, Summer 2013


“It is always difficult to make a decision from online information but in this case it was the right decision. This complex is small and has more oceanfront than many much larger resorts and hotels. For the fair skinned there are many options for staying on the beach and keeping out of the sun. But it was the balcony and it's view that held us most mornings and late afternoons.” Beverly from Michigan, February 2011


“This location was fantastic. It's in walking distance to many restaurants & hotels but still, very private. The grounds & courtyard are beautiful and well maintained. The pool is fantastic! There's also a screened room with tables and a ping-pong table which our kids loved! We felt safe and the staff were helpful.” Kate, June 2012