Cayman Islands

The islands' most notable and popular locations include Stingray City, the Keith Tibbetts shipwreck off Cayman Brac, and Bloody Bay Marine Park off Little Cayman. Stroll around George Town on Grand Cayman to see what historical aspects have in store for you. Other activities and hands-on perks include Cayman Turtle Farm and the Mastic Trail, a forested hiking path to the islands' virgin and untouched fauna, free of a human altering, nature in its full form. Nature lovers should also consider making a trip to Little Cayman's Booby Pond Nature Reserve, which homes about 5,000 pairs of nesting Red Footed Boobies. (or more!)

Upcoming Tours

Must Do Adventure

  • Explore the modified and magnificent wreckage and ruins of the USS Kittiwake, a rescue vessel, and salvage during the Kittiwake wreck diving tour at Grand Cayman. Take a tour of the different chambers of the vessel that is still intact and explore the marine life and coral reefs too.

    Kittiwake shipwreck diving
  • Select among moonlight, sunset, afternoon, and morning tours of horseback riding and canter along the natural trails at the Cayman Islands beaches on the trained and gentle horses. Relish the scenic surroundings of the calm waters and sandy beaches too while horse-riding.

    Horseback riding at Pampered Ponies Grand Cayman
  • Visit the northern part of the Cayman Islands to tour the beautiful Crystal Caves located amid the tropical forests. Take an extensive tour of the lush green forest before entering the caves that are naturally decked with pretty and crystalline stalactites. The tour of the Cayman Crystal Caves lasts for about a couple of hours.

    Take a tour of the Crystal Caves

Bucket List Experience

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Seven Mile Beach

Relax and reflect on the long walk at the trails of the Seven Mile Beach or take part in risky water sports and fun snorkeling in the glossy blue waters. Explore the beautiful coral reefs, have fun while swimming in the clear water, and then sample the delicious Caribbean drinks while swinging leisurely on the smocks tied between palm trees. Take photographs of the golden sunset while going for a dive into the deep sea and play tic-tac-toe with the locals on the white sandy floors of the beach.

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Camana Bay

Start taking a stroll from the Seven Mile Beach to enter the bustling and vibrant streets of Camana Bay. Hunt for pretty souvenirs at the quaint shops or relax for a while after strenuous snorkeling and swimming at Seven Mile Beach. Visit the observation tower of the Bay for a bird-eye view of the Cayman Islands and dig into the exotic dishes of tuna and turtle at one of the numerous restaurants. Visit the local harvest markets of Camana Bay as well.

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Starfish Point

Have fun on the Cayman Islands tour with a day trip to Starfish Point, one of the unique islands of the destination. The water level at Starfish Point is shallow and is the habitat of a variety of passive, colorful, and pretty starfishes. Wade knee-deep into the shallow water to take a closer look at the vibrant population of starfish. Starfish Point is especially fun for children, but adults can enjoy it here as well. Hold a starfish in your hand and bask in the tranquility of Starfish Point.

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Stingray City

Stingray City is one of the most idyllic destinations of the Cayman Islands. Visit the two sand bars of Stingray City. In the first sand bar, you can take part in petting and feeding the stingrays, and in the second sand bar, you can dive right into the sea to take a closer look at the stingrays who usually stay around the floor of the waters. Don’t agitate the stingrays as they they are harmless when undisturbed.

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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park came into existence in the year 1944. What was once only a wooden trail is now home to several species of lizards, iguanas, and orchids. Almost 50% of the flora of the Cayman Islands is preserved in the Park. Take a long and winding walk in the Park to check out the variety of endangered and endemic species of fruits and flowers and watch out for the blue iguanas who pop out of nowhere and roam freely all over the Park.

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Rum Point

Visit the northern part of the Cayman Islands to chill out at Rum Point. Let go of all the weariness to the soft white sands and crystal clear shallow waters of Rum Point. Take a swig at the delicious cocktails at Rum Point while relaxing on the comfy hammock at the beach. Have fun at the mudslides that Rum Point is famous for and enjoy a variety of beach water sports too. Hit the famous Rum Point Club restaurant to relish delectable Caribbean delicacies before calling it a day.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Cayman Islands Tour during the Summer season between March and June weather is warm and perfect for chilling out at beaches.

Travel Guide


The Cayman Islands is a part of North America, situated in the western Caribbean Sea.

Capital City

The capital of the Cayman Islands is George Town.

Main Airport

Owen Roberts Airport in George Town is the most significant international airport in the Cayman Islands.

Language Spoken

The most widely spoken language of the Cayman Islands is British English.


The currency of the Cayman Islands is the Cayman Islands Dollar.


The citizens of the US do not require a visa for the Cayman Islands Tour. Citizens of other countries need a valid passport, a round-trip air ticket, and a visa.


The standard values vary between 120 volts AC and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for plugs of type B.


The recommended vaccinations are Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Cayman Islands tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 911 for the ambulance, police, and fire emergency during the Cayman Islands Tour.

FAQs about Cayman Islands

What is internet access like in the Cayman Islands?

High-speed internet access is widely available at all public places and hotels and restaurants of the Cayman Islands.

Can I use my mobile phone in the Cayman Islands?

Turn on the roaming facility of your mobile phone to connect to the network providers LIME and Digicel and make calls on the Cayman Islands Tour.

How are the toilets like in the Cayman Islands?

There are public restrooms in Seven Mile Beach, but no toilets in Cemetery Beach and Starfish Point.

Can I drink tap water in the Cayman Islands?

The tap water of the Cayman Islands is of pure quality and perfectly safe for drinking.

Are credit cards accepted in the Cayman Islands?

The Cayman Islands widely accepts most credit cards and debit cards of significant companies and notably Visa, American Express, and MasterCard.

What is the convenience of ATM access, like in the Cayman Islands?

You will easily find ATM centers all over the Cayman Islands. The ATMs run on the Cirrus mechanism and accept MasterCard and Visa.

What to wear in the Cayman Islands?

Pack in your swimsuit and fancy beachwear for the Cayman Islands Tour. Carry a light fleecy cardigan and dresses, and shirts too.

Is the Cayman Islands safe for women to travel solo?

The Cayman Islands are incredibly safe for women. The crime rate is very low, almost nil, and the cities are tourist-friendly too.