Located only an hour's flight South of Miami the beautiful Cayman Islands can provide you with a once in a lifetime holiday experience. Whether you're visiting for a day trip on a cruise ship or spending a week or two with your family at one of our great resorts the Cayman Islands can provide you with everything your heart could desire.
So what things are there to do in The Cayman Islands?
Stingray City is perhaps the #1 tourist attraction in Cayman; it is a series of shallow sandbars found in the North Sound of the main island of Grand Cayman. Southern stingrays are found in abundance there and visitors can pet, feed and interact with the animals. These stingrays are not poisonous like their very distant cousins in Australia. Read more about Stingray City in The Cayman Islands.
DivingThe Cayman Islands is constantly voted in the top 3 diving sites worldwide – The Great Barrier Reef always seems to be #1. Cayman has more than 40 dive operations and over 200 dive sites marked with moorings. The warm, calm waters, and 100 ft. plus visibility with a breath-taking variety of marine life offer a world of exciting logbook entries just for you! Read more about Cayman Islands Diving.
Seven Mile BeachSeven Mile Beach is a long crescent of coral-sand beach on the western side of Grand Cayman Island. The beach is world famous for its stunning beauty and recently received the honour of "The Caribbean's Best Beach" from Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine. Seven Mile Beach is the most popular and most developed area of Grand Cayman and is home to the majority of the island's luxury resorts and hotels. Read more about Seven Mile Beach.
Turtle FarmThe Turtle Farm or Boatswain Beach is located on the North Western side of Grand Cayman. It was founded in 1968 to help raise Green Sea Turtles for commercial purposes but when that failed due to changing regulations worldwide the farm changed its mission towards conversation over the following decades. Nowadays the farm receives 500,000 people a year through its doors, with most coming from the Cruise Ships that dock in George Town.
Botanical GardensThe Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park located on the Eastern side of Grand Cayman showcases the beautiful Flora and Fauna of the Islands. There are several areas to walk through including: The Floral Colour Garden; The Heritage Garden; The Woodland Trail; The Lakeside; The Orchids Park. The park also hosts the breeding and conservation area for the rare Blue Iguana.
You'll be able to take some of the best photographs of your entire holiday here.