Located near the deepest part of the Caribbean sea, south of Cuba and north of Jamaica, the three Cayman Islands are known for snorkeling, scuba diving, and offshore banking.
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The largest of the islands, Grand Cayman, promises visitors a tropical vacation for the ages. Georgetown, the capital city, is a bustling hub of activity with a distinctly Caribbean flair. Roam the streets lined with colorful buildings housing a dizzying array of shopping and dining options. Make yourself comfortable on the soft coral sands of Seven Mile Beach, noted as one of the best-loved beaches in the Caribbean. With a wealth of accessible reefs to explore, Grand Cayman is a haven for avid snorkelers and divers.
Only a short plane ride from Grand Cayman, the island of Cayman Brac is known for its rugged offshore adventures including shallow water diving and wall diving. And Little Cayman, the smallest island, is home to protected wildlife, several bird species, and wealth of marine life.
This sparkling British Overseas Territory was mostly uninhabited until the 1600s, except for pirates and shipwrecked sailors. Today, visitors from around the world arrive at its shores for an idyllic vacation in the sun.
Play with curious stingrays on a sandbar in the clear shallow waters of Stingray City.
Enjoy duty-free retail therapy in the luxurious shops of George Town.
Learn all about the area’s history and wildlife at the Cayman Islands National Museum.
Explore Rum Point, a secluded beach on the north of Grand Cayman; the Cayman Turtle Farm; Pedro St. James, the island’s longest-standing building; and Bodden Town, the former capital of the Cayman Islands.
Hike the National Trust’s Mastic Trail through protected old growth forest. Visit the unique black limestone formations in the West Bay area of Grand Cayman.
Go deep beneath the sea onboard an Atlantis submarine through the island’s protected National Marine Park.
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