The Cayman Islands: A Diversity of Experiences

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The Cayman Islands offer guests an array of experiences from beach to culinary and more.
The Cayman Islands offer guests an array of experiences from beach to culinary and more.

With white sand beaches lining aquamarine waters, the Cayman Islands is an unmatched tropical getaway. While its stunning underwater scenery, impressive culinary scene and amazing attractions continue to draw sun-seeking tourists, the warm and friendly nature of Caymanians, known as “Caymankindness,” adds to the experience, providing a distinctive atmosphere that can’t be found elsewhere in the Caribbean. Whether delving into the rich history and culture of the islands, exploring the meticulously preserved natural wonders, or savouring the extensive culinary offerings, travelers experience a “Caymankind” spirit that leaves them with a lasting impression.

Your clients can also enjoy a plethora of water sports across the island on Grand Cayman’s famous Seven Mile Beach, where paddle boarding and kayaking adventures are available. The Cayman Islands’ beautiful breezy weather makes for the ultimate kite boarding, parasailing or windsurfing weather. And for those looking to simply lounge on the beach, the Seven Mile Beach also promises sweeping white sand beaches and turquoise waters. Guests can lay in the sand soaking up the sun and sipping on a perfectly chilled Cayman Mama cocktail, while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of the public beach and popular local bar, Calico Jack’s.

Culture-rich Grand Cayman offers an effortless immersion into the Caymanian lifestyle. Exploring around the vibrant capital of George Town gives visitors a chance to wander through the bustling galleries and attractions. A visit to George Town would not be complete without taking the opportunity to learn about Cayman’s natural and cultural history. The Cayman Islands National Museum, home to more than 8,000 historical artifacts, provides insight into the islands’ colourful history. 

For those clients looking to expand their vacation beyond Grand Cayman, the Sister Islands present a whole host of different activities that everyone can enjoy. Little Cayman, the smallest of the three islands, has the feel of a private island with just a handful of intimate resorts. Many come to relax on secluded beaches or explore the dramatic underwater vistas of the famous Bloody Bay Wall. With its untouched natural beauty, Cayman Brac offers an adventuresome Caribbean vacation. Visitors can take in the breath-taking view on the 140-ft. bluff, explore the enticing caves, discover the many wrecks and reefs underwater, or unwind beneath the shade of a palm tree on a quiet beach.

Epicures will feel right at home on Grand Cayman, as culinary curiosity is essential to the Caymanian experience. Frequently heralded as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, Grand Cayman features fine dining in combination with sun, sea and tropical landscapes. Grand Cayman has more than 200 restaurants on the island and offers fare to suit any craving, from traditional Caymanian cuisine to American to Asian.

Just an hour flight from Miami, the Cayman Islands is closer than they think. Daily direct flights from major hubs including New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Boston, Washington D.C., Tampa, Atlanta and more, means their paradise is never far away. And with a variety of service from airlines like Cayman Airways, American, United, Delta, and JetBlue, it’s never been easier to get to there.

Few other Caribbean destinations can offer the diversity of experiences and ease of travel like the Cayman Islands. To learn more about the Cayman Islands and how you can become a Cayman Specialist, visit