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The Cayman Islands are an idyllic tropical oasis encompassed by colorful reefs and the translucent, temperate waters of the Caribbean Sea. You can experience the wonderful ambiance and recreational activities on the Grand Cayman Island as well as the other major islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. With three islands, the possibilities are endless. The nation is home to great beaches and excellent dive spots along with fascinating cultural attractions and a delectable cuisine. Traditional and international dishes feature fresh seafood, such as mahi-mahi, turtle and conch, along with citrus fruits and spices like curry and jerk.
With visibility exceeding 100 feet, the pristine waters are ideal for exploring a wide array of recreational diving and snorkeling sites. The spectacular underwater environment includes colorful offshore reefs, sunken wrecks and marine animals like horse-eye jacks, damselfish, goliath groupers and triggerfish. Each island offers a rewarding experience for divers of all skill levels. Popular destinations include the Kittiwake and Captain Tibbetts wrecks as well as the Snapper and Peter’s Reefs. Situated inside a natural channel, the calm waters of the Sandbar and Stingray City attracts diamond-shaped southern stingrays. People on jet skis and glass bottom boats as well as snorkelers and divers touch and hand feed the aquatic animals in clear waters as shallow as 3-feet deep. Other popular activities include relaxing on the white crystalline beaches or parasailing, kitesurfing and paddleboarding as well as sailing and deep-sea fishing.
The resplendent islands are home to a biodiverse ecosystem that includes endemic animals and plants, such as blue iguanas and wild orchids. Bird watchers can see more than 200 different bird species like the colorful Cayman Brac parrot, sandpipers and bananaquits in seabird colonies and sanctuaries. The islands are also home to various bat species and the Western Hemisphere’s largest colony of red-footed boobies, a type of seabird. Marine animals like loggerhead turtles, beaked whales and grey dolphins inhabit the temperate waters. Visitors can also enjoy the warm ocean breeze while taking leisurely horseback rides along the coast or one of several scenic trails.
This former British colony has attractions and cultural activities that convey the nation’s unique spirit, history and traditions. The National Trust preserves sites of historical, cultural and artistic value, such as Fort George, the Mastic Reserve and the East End Light House Park. Exhibits and programs at the National Museum present the cultural and natural history of the three islands. The Pedro St. James Castle is the location where the Slavery Abolition Act of 1835 was first recited. The fully restored three-story building is the oldest extant structure on the islands. The aquarium, the Cayman Turtle Farm and the lush grounds of the Botanic Garden introduce visitors to the Cayman Island ecosystems as well. Visitors can also enjoy cultural festivals, such as the Red Sky at Night and Carnival Batabano celebrations when the air is filled with excitement, music and the aroma of epicurean treats like conch fritters.
Best Time To Visit:
You can enjoy the Cayman Islands any time of year. The peak winter season runs from approximately mid-December to mid-April. If you want to travel during this time, you should book your reservation well in advance. The dry weather provides refreshing cool trade winds that are perfect for almost any activity. During the offseason, beaches and other popular attractions are less crowded due to the warmer summer weather and the rainy season that lasts from May to November. Although rain is frequent, it usually occurs in short bursts that quickly dissipate, which means that you have the rest of the day to sightsee, shop and enjoy other exciting activities.