Featuring picture postcard beaches, excellent diving and water sports opportunities, the Cayman Islands are a cluster of 3 islands situated between Jamaica and Cuba. Grand Cayman is the largest of the islands and also the most popular and most developed.
Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are a series of tropical island paradises located just 480 miles south of Miami. The Cayman Islands are safe, relaxing, tranquil and best of all, home to some of the friendliest people in the Caribbean. It’s no wonder that so many honeymooners choose to begin their lives together in the beautiful Cayman Islands.
Popular attractions include a visit to the Turtle Farm, combination zoo/sanctuary/breeding farm for the endangered green sea turtle. Another popular attraction is Conch House, a cottage with 2,000 of these pink shells and resembling a gingerbread house lost in the tropics.
Other attractions include the two-storey Cayman Islands National Museum, the 3-year-old Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and the secluded beach at Rum Point.
For truly tasty dining, try grilled fresh-caught fish in a spicy Cayman Island gravy with rice and beans cooked in coconut milk.