An extremely popular Caribbean island for spring breakers, Grand Cayman is the most well known and largest of the three islands that make up the Cayman islands. The other two are Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Even though the spring break months may bring a large crowd of college kids to the island, the entire year serves as a tropical escape. This is due to the large amount of outdoor activities and generally good weather. Most people who visit don't intend to enjoy a calm, relaxing vacation but instead partake in hours and hours of ocean fun through activities, tours, and excursions. With that said, there are a few great things to do on land as well, including duty free shopping and sightseeing.
If you're stopping at Grand Cayman as part of your cruise, you'll want to explore Georgetown (the island's capital) and an activity or two in the ocean if time allows. If you're flying onto the island, then you'll have a lot of time to explore a few different aspects of the island. Generally speaking, a week will give you plenty of time to go on a few adventures, along with a day to just sit back and people watch on one of the beautiful white sand beaches.