A jewel in the Caribbean’s crown
With sweeping, soft-white beaches and tranquil turquoise seas, the Cayman Islands are a little pocket of heaven and promise an idyllic island escape.
The three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are also steeped in a deep cultural history, celebrating their unique seafaring heritage. Visitors can sample local culinary delicacies, dive the Kittiwake shipwreck, and discover the rare indigenous Blue Iguanas at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Few other sun-kissed islands in the Caribbean can offer this diversity of experiences all in one place.
A warm welcome
The Cayman Islands caters for family holidays, romantic escapes, culinary journeys, diving adventures and for those simply looking to switch off. The magical underwater scenery, impressive culinary scene and cultural attractions continue to draw sunseekers, with the warm, friendly nature of local Caymanians creating a seriously relaxed atmosphere. Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands and the main entry point for visitors. Combining the best of both worlds, its cosmopolitan capital, George Town, offers a lively range of bars, restaurants, museums and duty-free shopping, while in contrast, there’s a more laid-back vibe on the East End of the island. Here you’ll find traditional hammock-strewn beaches and wooden fish-fry shacks.
It’s a family affair
For those looking to expand their holiday beyond Grand Cayman, the sister islands offer a whole host of different activities. Little Cayman, the smallest of the three islands, has the feel of a private island with just a handful of intimate resorts. Many come to relax on secluded beaches or explore the dramatic underwater vistas of the famous Bloody Bay Wall. With its unspoilt natural beauty, Cayman Brac makes for a perfect adventurous Caribbean holiday. Visitors can take in the breathtaking view from the top of the Bluff, explore the caves, or discover the many wrecks and reefs underwater.
Whatever it is that calls you to the Cayman Islands, you can’t fail to be entranced by the treasure trove of delights that await…
Did you know that British Airways offers four direct flights a week from London Heathro w to Grand Cayman ?