Holidays in the Cayman Islands provide a wealth of diversity, thanks to the distinct offerings of the three separate islands which make up the Caymans. On Grand Cayman, you’ll find beautiful beach resorts and fantastic scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities, while on Cayman Brac there’s more rugged terrain to explore. Meanwhile, Little Cayman boasts a huge variety of wildlife.
When a destination has places called Seven Mile Beach, Starfish Point and Cayman Crystal Caves, you know you just have to visit. You can even go to Hell (more on that later)!
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On Grand Cayman, you’ll find beautiful beach resorts and fantastic scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities, while on Cayman Brac there’s more rugged terrain to explore. Meanwhile, Little Cayman boasts a huge variety of wildlife.
While all-inclusive holidays in the Cayman Islands are hugely popular among the 2.5 million annual visitors, venture just a little further from the resorts and there’s a wealth of beauty to experience both above and below sea level.
On the south coast of Grand Cayman, couples can stop off at Lovers Wall for a scenic photo opportunity and a chance to spot the Blowholes – a natural feature where seawater rushes through gaps in the rocks, creating a blowhole effect. On the north coast, visitors can walk through tropical forests and explore mystical underground features at Cayman Crystal Caves.
Offshore, the Cayman Islands boast numerous dive spots, including Kittiwake Shipwreck and Artificial Reef (Grand Cayman) and Bloody Bay Wall (Little Cayman).
There are also plenty of attractions to keep the kids entertained during family holidays in the Cayman Islands. Stingray City, located in George Town, south-west on Grand Cayman, is a great opportunity to get close to marine life. Trips here are often packaged with visits to Starfish Point – a great way to see starfish in their natural environment.
More wildlife can be enjoyed on Little Cayman, where iguanas roam freely and at Booby Bay, red-footed boobies and frigate birds gather.
Now, we promised you Hell and on Grand Cayman, you can experience it! Situated near West Bay Beach, Hell is a tourist attraction named after a small patch of black limestone formations formed over 24 million years. Don’t miss the chance to send a postcard from Hell!
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