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Cayman Islands holidays - Picturesque scenery and an inviting ambience
Perfect beaches, warm sun, blue sky, clear water and fine sand – the Cayman Islands are simple and very effective. The three tiny islands, floating leisurely just south of Cuba, are a haven for holidaymakers who want nothing more to relax, unwind and enjoy the pleasures of the Caribbean. World-class diving and the sensational Seven Mile Beach makes the Cayman Islands ever so enticing.
Enjoy seclusion in the Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands certainly don't disappoint.
West of Jamaica and south of Cuba, the Cayman Islands are arguably more famous as a tax haven than a holiday destination. And that’s a shame because these tiny islands are blessed with the kind of amazing beaches and relaxed attitude that dream holidays are made of.
Predominantly a Christian country, the Cayman Islands has built up on Caribbean traditions and customs and now has a very unique culture of its own. The year-round warm climate makes it an excellent destination any time. The largest and most populated island is Grand Cayman, it's east coast dominated by the Seven Mile Beach that stretches down miles of shimmering white sand and delightful turquoise water. If diving is your thing then an excursion to Little Cayman should be on the agenda – it is home to some of the world’s best dive sites.
Why visit the Cayman Islands?
- Grand Cayman makes for a comfortingly familiar, like a home away from home with the addition of stunning palm-lined beaches
- Seven Mile Beach is one of the Caribbean’s most famous – and for a good reason
- Some of the best underwater visibility in the Caribbean means that it’s perfect for scuba diving
- You’ll never forget a visit to Stingray City
- Take boat excursions and see the charms of Little Cayman and Cayman Brac – the two smaller Cayman Islands
Inspired? Tropical Sky also arranges Caribbean holidays in other destinations including Barbados, Mexico, Jamaica, Antigua, St Lucia, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Grenadines, Cuba, Tobago, Cayman Islands, Aruba, Anguilla and St Kitts and Nevis.