Great local food, and great prices. This was probably the best food we had all week. You should definitely visit if you get a chance.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The East End is far removed from the hustle and bustle of Seven Mile Beach. Different strokes for different folks. Your away from the crowds and the cruise ships, it so laid back here, but that's what we like. I don't think this is for the party till dawn folks, stay in... More
The East End is completely on the other side of the island from 7 Mile Beach which is exactly why I liked it. We still had access to fuel, food and fun, but had to work a little harder to "do stuff" other than diving or relaxing. Slower pace and much less traffic than the other side of the island.... More
If you are looking for chain restaurants, lots of people, faster paced vacation, stay on Seven Mile Beach. If you are looking for quiet, relaxation, stellar snorkeling, authentic island food, isolated beaches, go to the East End. Stay at The Reef or at the Morritts, drive through the small towns, go to Rum Point, Kaibo, the Botanical Park, discover your... More
We stayed at Morritt's on the East end and found the area very quiet and relaxing. We spent one day going north to Rum Point and Starfish point. However, if you want to see any of the major areas (Georgetown, Boddentown, Seven Mile Beach, Helltown, etc.) it's at least a 45 minute drive one way. We got caught in opening... More
I wouldn't say that you should make a special trip to see East End. If you are driving to Rum Point anyway then it's worth driving through. I found the town itself to be a little scary. There is a local bar there and at all times of the day and night, there are people hanging out there and walking... More
I even rented a car to see the East end and Collier beach. What a waste of money and time! I don't know what's wrong with these people giving 5 star ranking to it, but they probably rented some cheap place at the East end and had nowhere to go and no means of transportation.....or they stated a month at... More
Rent a car, get out of 7-mile beach and Georgetown, and drive along the southern coast to East End, the quieter side of the island.
GC's east end is great for those who like a more laid back, less "hustle&bustle" location. With only two condo resorts and a few small restaurants, the east end is the quiet end of GC. The highlights on this end of the island include incredible scuba diving, a few nice restaurants, and a quick drive time to Rum Point.
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