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Kaibo or Rum Point?


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We have chartered a catamaran through Capt Bryan for our day in Grand Cayman and we are customizing our excursion. We have the choice of either going to Rum Point or Kaibo for lunch. We have been to Rum Point years ago, we liked it but it was a little crowded and the food was expensive. But we'll go again if Kaibo isn't as desirable.


Has anyone been to both and if so, which do you prefer and why?


Thanks in advance for the help.

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I have been to both many times, as we have a vacation home halfway between the two. I marginally prefer the Kaibo, but it really depends on what I'm in the mood for.


Rum Point can be more crowded, especially on weekends and busy cruise ship days, but their beach and facilities are better for hanging out, swimming, etc in my opinion.


I'd suggest looking at the menus on both websites and see which you prefer since the point of your stop is lunch. Food is good at both places and will be in a similar price range (it's an expensive island).




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I have found a few videos on Kaibo but I have found many more of Rum Point. And Kaibo's web site is under construction so I can't see a menu from them and I can't even email them. Very frustrating.


It looks like Kaibo is more relaxing but Rum Point is more interesting.


Does anyone know which one has the least children? We will be a bunch of adults and are not interested in mingling with the kiddies.


We'll be there on a Tuesday. Does that make a difference.


Again, thanks in advance for all of the help.

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