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Customs Duty

Arriving visitors may bring in duty-free any personal items for use while on vacation – laptop computers included.

Top Cayman Islands Travel Myths

Myth: I don’t need a passport to fly to the Cayman Islands if I’m a UK, US or Canadian citizen.

Cayman Islands Vacation Tips

What to Pack

Cayman is largely an outdoor and casual environment.

The dress code is correspondingly casual – shorts, tees and polos, sandals and sundresses are all acceptable wear. Comfort is the keyword and light loose fabric is recommended. Evenings may cool off enough to warrant a light sweater, especially during our cool dry winter months. The essential accessories for your vacation are beach gear, including hat and sunglasses, swim wear and sunscreen. Water sports gear is easy to rent and widely available if you don’t have your own. If you happen to forget something, don’t worry – you can find anything you need right here on island at our well-stocked sports supply, grocery and clothing stores.

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