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Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman Travel Guide

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Things to do in Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands are located in the Caribbean Sea and consist of three islands. Grand Cayman is the largest, at 20 miles long and four to seven miles wide. Christopher Columbus during his fourth and final voyage to the New World discovered the islands and named them Las Tortugas after the large number of sea turtles observed there. Sir Francis Drake would later name the islands "Cayman" after caiman, word for alligator.  The Cayman Islands are now a British colony.

 

 


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Grand Cayman is famous for crystal clear water, light currents, and awesome reefs and sea life – making it one of the top SCUBA diving and snorkeling spots in the world. Guided dives with classes and instruction are available and you can also become certified once you "fall in love" with diving. Rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, SEVEN MILE BEACH is a 7 mile stretch of white sand. Contact Cayman Condos offering 1, 2, & 3 bedroom vacation rentals at resorts in Grand Cayman at multiple Seven Mile Beach property locations with amenities and rental units to fit every traveler's needs! www.cicondos.com North Sound boat and snorkel trip. Boatswains Beach — A park that houses Grand Cayman’s famous Turtle Farm. Get up close and personal with the Green Sea Turtles. Visit Rum Point and relax and enjoy the quiet north side of the island. This beach on the North Sound is truly relaxed. Sip your favorite island concoction from a hammock on this tree shaded beach. Britannia Golf Course, golf resort spans Grand Cayman from Seven Mile Beach to North Sound Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park — A 65-acre nature preserve where you can observe the beautiful flowers and plants of the Cayman Islands, a butterfly farm, and the endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana. Pedro St. James Historic Site — A restored 18th century colonial “castle” by the sea. Cayman Islands National Museum Talk a walk on Cayman Street, a “living museum” pathway with traditional buildings where local artisans demonstrate Caymanian crafts, gardening, and cooking. Stingray City — Take a boat tour to the world famous snorkel and dive site in the North Sound Hell — View these interesting rock formations that resemble flames frozen in place, and even send a postcard from the Hell post office. Blowholes in East End — Visit the shoreline formations that send the waves shooting skyward along the more rugged and unspoiled coastline of the East End. Rental cars and taxis are readily available. Drive on the left! You can drink the water. It is produced from seawater and is probably the most expensive you will ever use. Voltage and plugs are the same as in the U.S. and Canada




Map of Cayman Islands