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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in the Cayman Islands is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It's the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Bright jewels in the western Caribbean, the Cayman Islands are a place where you can really get away from it all, kick back on the beach and relax. It's worth arranging car hire whilst visiting the Cayman Islands, as there's much more to discover for those ready to go exploring. With little land-based public transport on the islands, and none at all after 9pm, a car is the only practical way to get around, especially if you have the family with you. There are no pavements in most places and the weather can be very hot, so walking or cycling will soon wear you out.
Most visitors to the Cayman Islands are holidaymakers attracted by the famous sands of Seven Mile Beach, but there are many smaller beaches scattered around the islands where you can get away from the crowds. There are many places to go diving, including Bloody Bay Wall on Little Cayman, where an enormous wall of coral and sponges in dazzling colours and teams of fish and stingrays can be seen cruising by.
Driving east from Seven Mile Beach will take you past some of the island's most elegant houses and gardens, and if you follow the coast, you'll discover soft, white, sandy beaches with water ideal for swimming. Up in old Bodden Town, the former capital, you'll find a host of intriguing shops including the locals' first choice of fish and fruit markets. Beyond this, on the way up to Breakers, there's a handsome conical white lighthouse with an excellent restaurant hidden inside. Finally, you'll pass beyond the settled parts of the island into the wild part, where exotic plants grow in profusion and blue iguanas bask on the sand.
Because of their British heritage, Cayman Islanders drive on the left hand side of the road. Seatbelts are mandatory and the top speed limit is 50mph. When you sort out your car rental, give serious thought to getting a vehicle with tinted windows - the bright sunshine may be delightful when you're on the beach, but you won't want it in your eyes when you're on the road.