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Your Business and Leisure Guide

The Cayman Islands are undoubtedly a top business and leisure destination in the Caribbean.  Its tax neutral environment and luxury amenities for family vacations simply put it at the very top of all locations. If you’ve just started your online research on where to list your business or where to take your next luxury family vacation — read on, and welcome! 

A Complete Guide to Business and Leisure

Three Islands, Endless Possibilities

With an average year-round temperature range of about 75° F in winter to about 85° F in the summer, the Cayman Islands boasts some of the finest tropical weather. All three islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – are coral outcrops surrounded by healthy coral reefs and dramatic walls close to shore, creating ideal conditions for the best diving and snorkeling in the Caribbean.

Grand Cayman

The largest of the three islands, Grand Cayman is the hub of all business and leisure in the Cayman Islands and perhaps, the Caribbean.  Known for being a global financial leader and more recently, the culinary capital of the Caribbean. Grand Cayman boasts a community of over 125 different nationalities working shoulder to shoulder with locals in all industries such as financial services to tourism.

Cayman Brac

More popularly known as one of the Sister Islands, Cayman Brac is a nature-lover’s paradise.  More specifically, bird-lovers such as parrots, boobies and peregrine falcons.  Brac is a 30-minute short flight from Grand Cayman and is popular with Scuba Divers for wreck diving.  Only around 2,000 permanent residents reside in Cayman Brac.  Interesting fact:  Columbus signed Cayman Brac and Little Cayman in May 10, 1503.

Little Cayman

The smallest of all three islands and only measuring 8.7 sqm, Little Cayman is a Scuba Diver’s Paradise.   Famous for Bloody Bay, a  submerged mountain range, dropping 2,000 meters to the seafloor — divers from all over the world come to Little Cayman just to dive in this marine park. With only 160 permanent residents, Little Cayman is truly one of the last remaining gems in the Caribbean.