Cayman Islands, which consist of the Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, is the perfect destination.

Cayman Islands is perfect if you want to experience the most spectacular beaches in the Caribbean region and some of the best scuba diving sites in the world.

Stingray City, Cayman Brac’s Keith Tibbetts shipwreck and Little Cayman’s Bloody Bay Marine Park are among the most famous spots for tourists.

If you want to visit historic sites in Cayman Islands, take a walk around George Town located at Grand Cayman. Aside from those mentioned, other interesting attractions in this country include the Mastic Trail which takes you to the unspoiled centre of the island, Cayman Turtle Farm, as well as the Booby Pond Nature Reserve at Little Cayman where you can find around 5,000 pairs of nesting Red-footed Boobies.

The Seven Mile Beach situated at Grand Cayman is considered one of the most mesmerizing beaches around the globe, thanks to its clear blue waters and white sand. There are also a lot of watersports operators and good hotels along this beach.

If you want some peace and quiet, take a break from the crowd by going to Sandy Point on the east coast of Little Cayman or the Point of Sand which is at the Southeastern part of Little Cayman.

Unsurprisingly, among the popular foods in Cayman Islands are seafoods such as turtle, conch, dorado, eel, tuna and mackerel. Conch is a chewy mollusk which is usually used in soup, chowders and fritters. Different kinds of fish are prepared with tomatoes, onions and peppers. You will also see the historical ties of Cayman Islands to Jamaica with the spicy chilli peppers and tangy flavours which are usually present in many of the local dishes.

Now you’ve got some great ideas for your trip, don’t forget to arrange travel insurance as soon as you’ve made a booking.  Get a quote today or call one of our friendly team on 1300 819 888 to discuss your requirements.