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The Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is the largest of the 3 islands and boasts some stunning beaches. The capitol of the Cayman Islands is George Town which is located in Grand Cayman. With a steady stream of cruise ships docking at the port, George Town is a busy place year-round. The streets are lined with duty-free shops and wonderful fine dining and casual restaurants for you to enjoy. There are many excellent restaurants in Grand Cayman. George Town is known for its wonderful art and galleries. The Cayman Craft Market located in the heart of the town is not to be missed.

Stingray City is also located in Grand Cayman and is about 5 miles North of George Town. A 12ft Dive site in the clear, turquoise water of North Sound, Stingray city is world-famous for its Atlantic stingrays. This is the only place in the world where you can touch, swim and feed wild stingrays. It’s an amazing experience.

Little Cayman

Little Cayman is a mere 10 sq mile island and is inhabited by only a few residents. The island epitomises the definition of "barefoot luxury". The beautiful island offers seclusion and breath-taking scenery, making it the perfect romantic getaway and one of the top honeymoon destinations. Nature rules this laid-back, one-road island where iguanas and bird outnumber humans.

On Little Cayman, you'll find privacy and total relaxation. Bask on empty beaches with soft white sand and only the wind blowing the palm trees to disturb you. If you are feeling energetic, you can take a bike or rent a scooter and meander your way around the island, just remember that iguanas have the right of way. Venture to remote South Hole Sound Lagoon for a private swim in water that is every shade of blue or row out to tiny, deserted Owen Island, a tiny white beach cay, which is ideal for picnics and kayaking.

The Island is a popular day trip from Grand Cayman for travellers who mainly seek relaxation and tranquillity or for exceptional diving. The world renowned Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park offers the Caribbean’s finest drop-offs for divers.

East of the tiny airport, sits Blossom Village, the only village on the island where visitors can stop at a restaurant. Little Cayman is naturally beautiful and offers a nice day trip from Grand Cayman for those seeking solitude.

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Cayman Brac

Cayman Brac gets its name from the Irish Word for Bluff (Brac) and the island is amply named for its breathtaking 140 ft limestone bluff located on its eastern tip. This rugged and charming 14 square mile cliff provides adventure seekers and nature lovers with the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the islands’ most dramatic scenery and exotic flora and fauna. If you want to get off the beaten path and you are looking for adventure, then a visit to Cayman Brac on your beach holiday is a must.

cayman brac in the cayman islands