Ninety miles south of Cuba, are the Cayman Islands, famed for the stunning coral reefs and crystal clear waters, the islands are a haven for snorkelers and divers alike. In addition to spectacular underwater worlds, tourists flock to the Cayman Islands for lazy beach holidays and a decadent dining experience, not to mention the superb atmosphere.
Georgetown, the Cayman Island capital, is found on the largest of the three islands, Grand Cayman. Also the region’s largest city, Georgetown is a fantastic starting point, paving the road to such sights as the Pedro St James Castle or simply visiting the tourist favourite Seven Mile Beach.
The smallest and least developed of the Cayman Islands is Little Cayman, and although only 10 miles in length and a mile wide, features over 50 dive sites, and is famed for the site of the Bloody Bay Wall. Head to Point O’Sand Beach for views of Cayman Brac, often referred to as Little Cayman’s sister island by the locals.
Crayman Brac attracts visitors with its offshore reefs and shipwrecks, in addition to activities such as swimming in the island’s warm waters, exploring the heart of Cayman culture, picking your own mouth-watering fresh fruit and discovering a network of mysterious caves.
Be it sand and sea, culture and romance, excitement and exploring, the Cayman Islands will inspire travellers for years to come.