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THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

The Cayman Islands are world famous for their incredible beaches and fantastic locations for scuba diving and fishing. As well as their spectacular white sand beaches, crystal clear water and coral reefs, they have distinctive Caribbean culture, historical sites, art galleries, bird reserves and tropical forests, with excellent hotels and restaurants. This is a group of three Caribbean islands – Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, that is located to the south of Cuba and north east of Jamaica.

TRAVEL GUIDE

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
  • Swimming with Stingrays and Sea Turtles
  • Seven Mile Beach
  • Sports Fishing
  • George Town
  • Maritime Treasures Museum
  • National Museum
  • National Gallery
  • St. James Castle
  • Boatswain Beach Turtle Farm
  • Stingray City
  • Mastic Trail
  • Cayman Brac

General Information

Altitude: 2 masl Surface Area: 260 km² Time Zone: UTC -5 Language: English Currency: Cayman Islands dollar Voltage: 120 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Visitors usually travel to the Cayman Islands by air, or on board one of the many cruise ships that visit George Town. The smaller islands also have airports, mainly offering domestic flights to Grand Cayman.

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