A small, beautiful, and very active British Crown Colony in the Western Caribbean, the Cayman Islands are famed for white sand beaches, fabulous scuba diving in crystal clear waters, and a a friendly and welcoming environment. The islands host millions of visitors each year who revel in our picture postcard beauty. Read on for all the information you need to plan the tropical island vacation of your dreams.

A large percentage of our visitors are repeats, drawn back by fond memories of the great vacation they had, and to see their newfound, or old, Caymanian friends. Should you choose to visit the Cayman Islands, you will no doubt make many friends whom you will look forward to seeing again, year after year.

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Flights to Grand Cayman

Air travel service to the Cayman Islands is available from several countries, with flights from Canada, US, UK, Honduras, Cuba and Jamaica. Cities served by regularly scheduled flights or seasonal charters include Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte, Houston, Miami, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, Tampa, London (England), Kingston & Montego Bay (Jamaica), Havana (Cuba), La Ceiba (Honduras), and Toronto (Canada). 

Grand Cayman Resorts and Hotels

Many of the hotels and resorts on Cayman’s three islands cater to dive enthusiasts, offering special packages that include daily two-tank boat dives and shore diving, dive shops and everything you need to enjoy your sport. Non-divers need not fret, though, as they will have just as much to enjoy since many of the hotel properties offer shopping, dining, non-scuba water sports activities and tour options.

Grand Cayman Vacation Rentals & Condos

The Cayman Islands offer beachfront condos, hotels, resorts, villas, cottages and home-stays available for rent throughout the islands. Whether you prefer the quiet seclusion offered by Cayman Brac & Little Cayman, or the busier Seven Mile Beach area of Grand Cayman, you'll find something to suit your needs.

Grand Cayman Restaurants

There are over 200 restaurants in the Cayman Islands including fast-food outlets and small native style diners. Visitors can choose from a wide variety of mid-range and elegant dining as well as low cost fast food and take-out outlets on Grand Cayman. Traditional Caymanian cuisine will feature many items unfamiliar to you as well as well-known favourites such as conch, lobster and shrimp. 

Cayman Shopping

Shopping in the Cayman Islands could be considered a tourist attraction all on its own. Duty free prices, a range of goods catering to a range of budgets, and stores and malls scattered across the island make shopping for a souvenir or special gift an easy and enjoyable experience.
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Grand Cayman Car Rentals

Many of the well known rental car agencies are represented here along with several local operations. You will find a wide variety of rental cars, 4-wheel drive vehicles, vans and minibuses, as well as scooters. In order to rent a car you will need to present a valid drivers license from your country and purchase a Visitors Driving Permit.

Scuba Diving in the Cayman Islands

Many books, picture guides and magazine articles have been published on the subject of diving in the Cayman Islands, and, quite simply, these islands have the best scuba diving that you'll ever find. The sheer number and diversity of the dive sites is truly amazing.

Snorkeling & Watersports Activities

Grand Cayman offers many in-water activities and plenty of local water sports operators to help you enjoy them. The undersea world of Grand Cayman may be equaled but certainly not surpassed, and snorkeling is a good alternative to scuba if for some reason you are not able to dive. There are literally hundreds of sites...

Cayman Islands Sport Fishing

The Cayman Islands are regarded by fishermen the world over as a destination for all types of sport fishing. From deep sea trolling for Blue Marlin to casting for Bonefish in the knee-deep waters of a lagoon, you'll find the action you're looking for. The best fishing is usually in the months of May, June, and July...

Getting Married in the Cayman Islands

For couples looking to plan an exotic Caribbean island wedding, the Cayman Islands offers something few destinations can match. The result is a sort of “barefoot elegance” that promises to make your big day truly remarkable. Whether you’re planning a grand, sophisticated church wedding for 200 or an intimate beachfront...