The Cayman islands have much to offer any visitor lucky enough to visit these Islands – Birdwatching, diving, snorkeling, great restaurants or just relax on a beautiful sun-kissed beach staring at the turquoise water with a cool drink and a book – You’ll soon leave your cares behind.
With year round stable climate and little rainfall, visitors know they can plan a great trip to the Cayman Islands. Cool winter nights and hot summer days are norm in Cayman. Occasionally, Cayman may encounter the odd winter storm or hurricane threat every few years. Generally January and February are the coolest months with daytime highs in the low 80’s and nighttime lows in the mid 60’s. July and August are the hottest months with daytime highs in the low 90’s and nighttime low’s in the low 80’s.
Visitors will find a great variety of things to do while in the Cayman Islands. Those who prefer total relaxation in a trip, would like the smaller islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – Two quiet Caribbean gems with plenty of opportunity to explore nature. Grand Cayman offers the visitor an exciting larger Island with extensive shops and historic landmarks including the castle of St. Pedro James & the Turtle farm and ofcourse don’t forget to pay a visit to Sting Ray City!
The Cayman Islands gives you the opportunity to lounge on a beach all day and party all night, or, rise early and take in the sights ensuring you don’t waste a second of your trip.
The Cayman Islands are situated at the top of an underwater mountain range with the deepest point reaching over 25,000 feet. Regular underwater visibility is 150 feet and with waters teeming with fish, Snorkeling and diving activities are amongst the best in the world.
Cayman Island food offers both international cuisine and local fare. Local fish favorites include Grouper, Tuna, Marlin and snapper. Cayman local food is typically topped with onion, pepper, tomato and seasonings. Various international cuisine choices include American, Italian, Asian, and French and Cayman also has a host of restaurants that cater for these tastes.
Cayman accommodation meets the requirements of all visitors. Whether it’s an all-inclusive resort, the independence of self-catering rental property or opportunities for camping in the national parks Cayman has something for everyone.
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