Heritage Beach in East End is a small Caribbean beach full of big events – with a stage and a boat ramp making it a fantastic venue for concerts, parties and more. You can also enjoy an amazing fish fry, just steps from the stage. The site has parking on the landward side of the road and picnic facilities on the seaside. The area is not suited for swimming as abundant turtle grass forms an ecosystem that’s important to diverse marine life. But the spectacular scenery of Frank Sound makes Heritage Beach an appealing lunch or dinner spot for your family vacation in the Caribbean.

Coming from George Town, Cayman’s famous Blow Holes are along the drive on the right-hand side, so keep an eye out for chutes of seawater from the iron shore below. Look for a set of stairs opposite a coconut stand, just after you pass a rock wall known as the Lovers Wall, and add a stop to your adventure.