Grand Cayman Islands Tourism

Grand Cayman Islands Tourism
Grand Cayman is a country of three small islands. Boasting a robust tourism industry, visitors can explore beautiful waters, take part in exciting activities and take in some memorable sights.

Location

The Cayman Islands are just under 500 miles south of Miami. They were discovered by Columbus in 1503, and were first settled in 1666. They operate on the GMT-5 time zone.

Travel Information

All travelers going between the United States and Grand Cayman must have a valid U.S. passport. Legal drinking age is 18. Pack appropriately for your sporting/hiking trips--weather in Grand Cayman ranges between 70 and 90 degrees F throughout the year. U.S. currency is widely accepted throughout the country.

Hiking

Choose from an endless array of hikes for your Grand Cayman vacation, including nature tours or self-guided hikes: the Wild Banana Orchids, Mastic Trail, Cayman Brac cliff walks and Little Cayman.

Caving/Tubing

See the islands from inside a cave, including Peter's Bluffs, the Bats Cave (where you may encounter some of the residents the cave was named after), Rebecca's Cave (which was once a hurricane shelter) and the Great Cave (plenty of stalactites and stalagmites).

Diving

Scuba enthusiasts will enjoy the crystal blue seas and access to schools of indigenous colorful fish and fauna. Grand Cayman has its own diving school; for those already certified, a number of companies offer private dives each day.

Article Written By Filonia LeChat

Fionia LeChat is a technical writer whose major skill sets include the MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher), Photoshop, Paint, desktop publishing, design and graphics. LeChat has a Master of Science in technical writing, a Master of Arts in public relations and communications and a Bachelor of Arts in writing/English.

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