Enjoying the highest standard of living in the Caribbean, the people on this magical trio of beautiful islands like to do everything well. In the Cayman Islands you are expected to leave all your worries behind and just enjoy the best in watersports, dining and total relaxation. There is a surprising amount to do on Grand Cayman, while the two sister islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, offer a wonderful chance to escape to a barefoot paradise. The strict policing of Cayman's precious marine environment means you will be hard pushed to find better diving and snorkelling in the whole region.
Snorkel with stingrays - A definite 'must do' when in the Cayman Islands is a trip to Stingray City. Take a boat to Grand Cayman's most popular snorkelling site and interact with these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat. The friendly stingrays are used to having human visitors and will gladly accept pieces of squid from your hand as they glide by.
Drive to Rum Point - Rent a car and enjoy a leisurely drive round Grand Cayman. Visit George Town for a spot of duty free shopping, explore the rocky Ironshore with its many blowholes and stop for a barbeque lunch on the beach at Rum Point where you can also enjoy a little afternoon nap in one of the hammocks.
Dream Diving - Rated as one of the top dive locations in the world, it just dosen't get any better than this. With almost 360 dive sites, the Cayman Islands, clear, warm waters offer pristine reefs, breathtaking wall dives and abundant marine life.
Cayman Brac and Little Cayman - Most people opt to stay on Grand Cayman, but if you can drag yourself away from Severn Mile Beach, head over to Cayman Brac or Little Cayman, as you will love the laid back vibe of these heavenly islands. This can be done as a day trip but you may be tempted to stay longer.
British airways departs out of Heathrow to Grand Cayman 4 times a week, via Nassau in both directions. Total flying time is apporx 12 hrs 15 mins