Cayman Islands

Deep-water wonders

The Cayman Islands chain comprises a trio of limestone pinnacles from a subsurface mountain range that sits among some of the deepest seas in the world. As a result, the country’s three islands (Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman) enjoy crystal clear waters with penetrating visibility – perfect for diving the corals, the wrecks and the plunging oceanic drop-offs. These deep marine highways also mean a Cayman charter brings you into close contact with some extraordinary wildlife. You can fish for blue marlin, yellowfin tuna, wahoo and barracuda or you can swim with stingrays, giant turtles, dolphins and whale sharks. While the two smaller islands are perfect for a low-key charter, Grand Cayman is a major cruise ship hub with a rich collection of designer boutiques, buzzing bars and open-air cafés.

Georgetown, on Grand Cayman Island, is home to the major port for the Cayman island group. Owen Roberts International Airport is situated a mile outside George Town and is the main international hub for the Cayman Islands. Start your Cayman Islands charter from the main town, visit the fascinating Cayman Turtle Farm and enjoy a smooth typical caribbean atmosphere.

Located on the western shore of Grand Cayman, Seven Mile Beach now extends only 9 km, but its gorgeous clear waters and coral sands continue to attract visitors from around the world. Swim with friendly stingrays at Stingray City, snorkel dive in the beautiful waters surrounding coral cemetery.

Sheltering fruit-eating bats, herons, wild green parrots and an abundance of lush vegetation, the 19 km-long Cayman Brac island owns among 170 caves  It offers exceptional diving sites such as Wilderness Wall and Peter’s Cave. The emerald green parrots flock to the natural reserve of National Trust Parrot Reserve. Discover some of the island’s secrets by hoping on a bike or race walking, the scenery deserves it..

Island of coral and sand that has lived without electricity until 1990, Little Cayman is a paradise on earth : beaches, lagoons, lush vegetation and spectacular dive sites are waiting for you. According to Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the Little Cayman waters be among the three best diving submarine in the world. The reefs, wrecks and Bloody Bay Wall in Little Cayman, considered the most beautiful dive site in the Caribbean, will offer you unforgettable swims !

Georgetown, on Grand Cayman Island, is home to the major port for the Cayman island group. Owen Roberts International Airport is situated a mile outside George Town and is the main international hub for the Cayman Islands. Start your Cayman Islands charter from the main town, visit the fascinating Cayman Turtle Farm and enjoy a smooth typical caribbean atmosphere.

TOP TEN CAYMAN ISLANDS ATTRACTIONS

  1. Anchor off lovely Seven Mile Beach and enjoy some high-class diving.
  2. Go wakeboarding at North Sound, a huge, sheltered saltwater lagoon.
  3. Take a guided tour of the Georgetown Spirits Company Distillery.
  4. Dive one of the Cayman Islands’ famous destination shipwrecks.
  5. Take your tender ashore at Rum Point for a picnic on the beach.
  6. Embark on an aerial tour of the islands by helicopter.
  7. Mingle with blue iguanas at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
  8. Take a dive at the famous Bloody Bay Marine Park on Little Cayman.
  9. See the stingrays at ‘Stingray City’ on Grand Cayman’s North Sound.
  10. Visit the Georgetown Ritz for seafood, drinks and a high-end spa treatment.

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