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Cayman Islands Information

This page provides Cayman information regarding culture, vacations, destination, basics, history, and more. It’s Caymanian tradition to welcome newcomers with open arms; whether you’re dining at a restaurant or spending a day on the beach, you’ll be treated as though you were born here. We believe that anyone and everyone should experience the beauty of the Cayman Islands, and we’re eager to share it with you.

Cayman Basics: Culture and Currency 

Adapting to a new environment can be difficult. Cultural traditions may be different than yours, which can make it challenging to navigate simple tasks – like finding a hotel or purchasing a gift. Life in the Cayman Islands is easy to adjust to, but it can be even easier if you have an understanding of the way things work.

In the Cayman Islands, the Cayman Islands dollar is the official currency. If you’re coming from the United States, you’ll be pleased to know that the U.S. dollar is also accepted almost everywhere. Popular souvenirs from the Cayman Islands include woodcarvings, hot sauce, spices, coffee and artwork. Caymanite jewelry can be found at a cheaper price than many other ports of call, and gourmet sea salt is a Caymanian tradition that can’t be missed.

Traveling by cruise? Finding your way around might seem tricky, but it’s actually very easy to get to the islands. A small boat, called a Tender, will pick you from your cruise ship and transport you to George Town, the heart of Grand Cayman, where you’ll be able to take advantage of numerous duty-free shops featuring local artisans.

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