Cayman Islands

Most of Cayman Islands' population and activity is on the larger island of Grand Cayman (Stingray City), while Cayman Brac and Little Cayman make up the group.Cayman Brac is best known for its rugged scenery with a rocky ridge running 18 kilometres; Little Cayman's "Bloody Bay" is one of the 3 best dive areas in the world, as all the marine life is protected. George Town, on Grand Cayman, is renowned as the monetary centre with close to 500 banks.

Versatile, it is also one of the hottest tourist destinations in the West Indies and is the centre for sightseeing and shopping. The island's mixture of British colonial and casual Caribbean architecture is best explored on foot. Other places of interest include the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, The Cayman Turtle Farm - where you can view the incubation process which delivers many green sea turtles; and the place they call HELL!! This rocky outcrop is where you will have the postmaster stamp your postcard with the infamous destinations name.

Naturally, the Cayman Islands, have long stretches of golden sand where you can find the perfect place to watch the day glide by. When that gets too relaxing, hit the islands restaurant and bars for a great night out. Atmosphere with modern comforts best describes the Cayman.

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Cayman Islands resorts

  • Comfort Suites - 3 stars

    Comfort Suites and Resort is located on Seven Mile Beach with ocean access, walking distance to shops, cinema, nightclubs and restaurants.

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    Comfort Suites
  • Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort - 4 stars

    Centrally located on the world-famous Seven Mile Beach, Marriott's Grand Cayman Resort invites you to experience the ultimate Caribbean escape, your home away from home. The Cayman Islands is known for its luxurious lifestyle and Caribbean charm and this Marriott Grand Cayman Hotel is renowned for its superior service.

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    Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort