We offer 26 Cayman Islands holidays & accommodation. Our Cayman Islands holidays & accommodation allow you to explore the beautiful Cayman Islands. These intriguing islands are a western Caribbean paradise. With crystal clear waters and exotic marine life, the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are perfect for scuba diving and snorkelling. If you're looking for an island adventure then take a hike through the jungle to see colourful parrots on the Mastic trail. If on the other hand, you just want to get away from it all then head down to the palm fringed beaches for some rest and retreat. For pure relaxation, why not treat yourself to an indulgent spa treatment. With stunning coral gardens, wildlife and pristine beaches, our Cayman Islands holidays and accommodation offer the ultimate Caribbean island holiday experience.
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Cayman Islands travel guideIf you're looking for information on what to do and where to stay in the Cayman Islands then our insiders guide to the Cayman Islands is the best place to research your trip. The guide has been researched and written from the perspective of the people who live and work there and therefore know the islands best.
Discover the best beaches for families or top snorkelling spots. We've put together our top ten tips of the best things to see and do in the Cayman Islands which range from a trip to Stingray City to snorkelling the wreck of the Kittiwake.
Whatever you're looking for whether it's a family holiday or a romantic escape our Cayman Islands travel guide will provide you with the information you need to plan your holiday.
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The Cayman IslandsThe Cayman Islands was the only Caribbean country to be truly discovered by Christopher Columbus, who first sighted Little Cayman on 10th May 1503 on his fourth and final voyage. There is no evidence of previous inhabitants. He named the islands "Las Tortugas" for the many sea turtles found living there. The islands were later renamed "Las Caymanas" for the iguanas that were mistaken for crocodiles.
Around 100 nationalities live in the Cayman Islands making it one of the most cosmopolitan, friendly and safest countries in the world. The extraordinary story of Cayman’s early settlers can be found in Mission House, and Pedro St James which was the birthplace of Caymanian democracy. Both are in Bodden Town which was the original capital of the Cayman Islands.
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Cayman Islands Scuba Diving HolidaysWall diving in the Cayman Islands is regarded as the best in the world with dives such as Bloody Bay Wall just a stone’s throw from the shore on Little Cayman which falls from 6m to over 300m in a sheer vertical drop off.
The Cayman Islands, staged arguably the most exciting event in its dive history in 2011. The most significant project to come to fruition in the last 15 years, the sinking of the ex-USS Kittiwake, a US naval submarine rescue ship (ASR-13), took place just off Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach on 5th January. The ex-USS Kittiwake was an eight year project to create a new multi-dimensional attraction for divers and snorkelers visiting the Cayman Islands for its acclaimed underwater marine life.
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Family holidays in the Cayman IslandsCayman is one of the most family oriented countries in the world with a deep rooted sense of community. Children of all ages are welcomed in all establishments and can enjoy a huge range of activities including learning to dive from the age of ten, and Jean Michel Cousteau’s Ambassador of the Environment programme.
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Cayman Islands WildlifeThere are more flora and fauna species in the Cayman Islands than can be found in the Galapagos. The Grand Cayman Blue Iguana was the first species to be saved from extinction in the 21st Century by British scientist Fred Burton, MBE, who brought the huge prehistoric reptile – which grows up to 5 ft, has bright red eyes and turns vivid blue in the sun – back from functional extinction. See the ’Blues’ roaming freely or in the breeding facility in the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park on Grand Cayman.
The 65 acre Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park was opened by Her Majesty in 1994 and now is one of the finest in the world with many species of orchid including the national flower, the endemic Banana Orchid, and one of the rarest on earth – the endemic Ghost Orchid.
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Cayman Islands holiday accommodationMost of Cayman’s resorts are located on Seven Mile Beach. The 70 miles or so of coastline beyond the capital of George Town, are largely undeveloped with just a smattering of small hotels and B&Bs and no resorts at all on the North Side although there are around 100 private homes available to rent. Little Cayman and Cayman Brac offer some stunning small resorts which cater for divers, wildlife enthusiasts and those seeking total relaxation.
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Cayman Islands ArticlesRead James’ tale of lionfish hunting and find out why the Cayman Islands have implemented sustainable tourism measures to combat the lionfish threat.