Said to have some of the friendliest residents on Island, East End maintains its small neighbourhood feel, thanks to the area being less-developed than Cayman's western side.
You will discover numerous unspoiled beaches that are great for exploring. Bring lunch or dinner and some drinks and take advantage of these deserted beaches and incredible sea views.
There are several good restaurants dotted along the coast-line,that people will drive out from town to visit. Popular spots include Tukka, Eagle Ray's Bar & Grill, Blue Rock Restaurant Bar & Lounge and Taco Cantina.
You will also find two major resorts in the area: the Wyndham Reef Resort and Morritt's who offer great on-site restaurants with weekly specials and live entertainment. You will also be spoilt for choice with the selection of watersports available on the beach and incredible dive sites that are within easy reach of the hotels by boat.
The quiet roads are also great for fitness fanatics and you'll often find people running and cycling. Small groups of cyclists can often be seen doing loops of the East End on a Sunday morning.
Similar to North Side, it will take at least 40 minutes (without traffic) to get to George Town and during rush hour, commute time can be up to two hours.