The Rum Point Club can be reached by car, ferry or private boat and is a great place to hang out in hammocks, eat lunch at a picnic table and swim or snorkel in the safe and shallow water right in front of the sun lounger area. On Sundays the place is jammed and sometimes up to 50 boats are moored off the beach.
Nice things to do in the area include paddleboarding, waterskiing, kayaking, sailing and taking a boat to the Sandbar to see the stingrays. White Sand Water Sports offers a daily sunrise trip to Stingray City Sandbar. The boat leaves from the dock at Kaibo at 7am. Your first stop will be at the Sandbar, to feed the stingrays their first meal of the day before the hordes of tour operators arrive. Make sure to book well in advance, as it is incredibly popular.
You can also fly fish the mini sandbar on the Eastern side of the lagoon entrance and take a bioluminescence kayak tour with Cayman Kayaks on a moonless night. They offerboth kayak tours and trips on their eco friendly electric boat.
Another major attraction is Starfish Point, a beautiful shallow beach where you will find dozens of starfish resting on the sand. Be careful not to pick them up though as they are extremely fragile and cannot breath when taken out of the water.
The commute to George Town will take just under an hour, although a couple of residents commute by boat across the North Sound, but this means you have to leave a car at either end. The nearest supermarket is Foster’s Express opposite The Wyndham Reef Resort in East End, but it is quite small. There is also a small rustic grocery shop, Chisholm’s on Rum Point Drive.