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Holidays to the Cayman Islands

Lying to the south of Cuba, this tiny trio of islands is set like jewel studs in the turquoise Caribbean Sea and offer the most sublime and secluded paradise destinations you can find. Made up of Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, the islands offer sun-kissed beaches, the most famous of which is Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman and home to the most prestigious hotels and restaurants. Life on the islands is taken at a slow, relaxed pace and is ideal for couples, families and honeymooners alike who revel in the luxurious accommodation, gourmet dining and seafood, and sumptuous spas of this idyllic destination. For the active traveller and for nature lovers, the Cayman Islands are surrounded by crystal clear waters offering world-class diving and snorkelling opportunities, and just offshore you can have the unforgettable experience of hand feeding the stingrays at Stingray City. With the distances between and around the islands so short, exciting day trips still allow you easily to be back at your hotel for a relaxed evening reflecting on the day’s adventures.

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Pedro St. James

Pedro St. James

This authentic Caribbean great house dates from the early 18th Century and is the oldest building on Grand Cayman which has come symbolise the birthplace of Cayman democracy. Its grounds include an authentic outbuilding, original Caymanian cottages as well as extensive gardens to explore. A short interactive programme is available which presents the history of the great house and the island.


Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

A must-see for avid photographers, this fascinating park features 40 acres of flora and fauna from around the world, including 2 acres at Heritage Park which recreate the gardens of the original settlers. There are also a Floral Colour Garden and a large lake to see, which is home to much local wildlife including the rare Grand Cayman blue iguana.


Hell

Hell

In Cayman the village of Hell is set on Cayman's West Bay and is named after one million year old black limestone rock formations which are said to resemble the landscape of hell. At the village Post Office, postcards ‘from Hell’ are available to send to friends and family back home as an amusing and unique souvenir.


Cayman Brac

Cayman Brac

An island getaway unlike any other, the 14 square miles of Cayman Brac offer adventure at every turn with sheer cliffs, hidden caves and shimmering aquamarine seas. Get to know the islands unique cultural history and enjoy spectacular cliff walks, bird-watching and following the many winding nature trails that crisscross this fascinating small island.


Little Cayman

Little Cayman

The smallest of the Cayman Islands yet utterly charming and spectacular, Little Cayman is a paradise for bird-watching, hiking, beachcombing, snorkelling or just relaxing on the island’s pristine white powder beaches. Don’t miss visiting the famous Booby Pond, home to the largest colony of Red-Footed Booby and a magnificent Frigate bird colony.

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Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman - European Plan

3.5

Quietly fronting a spectacular stretch of sugary white-sand beach on the east end of Grand Cayman, this pleasant resort offers peaceful accommodation perfect for snorkelling and dive-enthusiasts of all ages.

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Comfort Suites Cayman Islands - Breakfast Plan

3.5
Just off the beach, this charming Caribbean hideaway offers an idyllic tropical setting near the famous Seven Mile Beach, and the best restaurants and shops Grand Cayman has to offer. ​ More info

Grand Cayman Marriott Resort - European Plan

4.5
The Grand Cayman Marriott is your own Caribbean Beach House where you’ll feel right at home, with all of its spacious guestrooms refurbished with reflections of the Caribbean Sea. ​​ More info

The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa - European Plan

4.5
Overlooking crystalline waters, soft-sand beaches and tropical gardens, this superior resort provides an environment of casual elegance ideal for families, golf-lovers and honeymooners. ��​​​​​​ More info

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman - European Plan

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Ushering in a new era of luxury, this distinctive resort blends first class accommodation with unforgettable service. Sure to delight each and every guest, it boasts distinctive restaurants, an elegant spa and a Greg Norman-designed golf course.​ ​​ More info

All Inclusive Holidays in the Cayman Islands

All-inclusive resorts are found in prestigious beach locations in Grand Cayman, and all offer a great choice of amenities and entertainment. At an all-inclusive resort you will enjoy complete peace of mind knowing that your essential costs have all been taken care of so that you can just relax and enjoy your well-deserved holiday. What’s more, an all-inclusive arrangement represents great savings and value, especially when you consider all the different meal options and activities that are included. Make sure to familiarize yourself with these inclusions not to miss any of the great restaurants or activities available during your stay in Grand Cayman.

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Hyatt Zilara

Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman

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Set at the serene East end of Grand Cayman, the Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman is a full service resort with all beachfront suites featuring either a balcony or patio that overlook the gorgeous 1,600 feet white sand beach. The Wyndham Reef Resort is ideal for families or couples looking for intimate beach relaxation or an array of watersports - snorkelling, scuba, diving, kayaking and more! More Info:

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Family holidays in the Cayman Islands

Families are made especially welcome at Grand Cayman's many family-friendly hotels for a memorable holiday together. A stay at one of our family-friendly resorts on Grand Cayman will broaden children’s horizons and many have lively children’s clubs and activity programmes that will keep the little ones occupied and happy during the day. In the evening, there’s often entertainment on offer that the whole family will enjoy and at the hotels’ main restaurants families will feel at ease with children’s menus available to suit younger appetites.

Our top Grand Cayman Family Holiday recommendations

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall

Comfort Suites Cayman Islands

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Just off of the beach, this charming Caribbean hideaway offers appealing quality amidst an idyllic tropical setting. Near the famous Seven Mile Beach, it boasts a fantastic location nearby the best restaurants and shops Grand Cayman has to offer. There is something for the whole family at this enjoyable hotel.

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Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

4

Overlooking crystalline waters, soft-sand beaches and tropical gardens, this superior resort provides an environment of casual elegance and sun-drenched warmth ideal for families. Conveniently located on Grand Cayman’s magnificent Seven Mile Beach and near the island’s championship golf course, it offers an oversized fresh water pool with a swim-up bar.

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If you're not sure which family resort would suit you best, give us a ring and our expert advisors can help you decide based on your wishes and those of your travelling party. They’ll also be able to advise you of the latest special offers and resort information for your selected family resort to ensure the perfect holiday.



Couples Holidays in the Cayman Islands

A couple’s holiday in the Cayman Islands is sure to be a memorable one to share with your partner. The trio of idyllic islands embodies the perfect romantic Caribbean getaway relaxing on the islands’ pristine white beaches or enjoying sumptuous hotel accommodation. For active couples too, the Cayman Islands host so many activities; snorkelling and diving are some of the best in world, while kayaking and bike riding provide leisurely ways to discover the wide diversity of the islands. Couples are also sure to enjoy the tantalising cuisine on offer in the islands ranging from sophisticated fine dining to an alfresco fish fry on the beach.

Our top Grand Cayman Couples Holiday recommendations

Couples Negril

Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort

4

The Grand Cayman Marriot a perfect setting for a relaxing couples holiday spending time watching the sunset at the hotel's oceanfront Veranda and Vista Bar followed by stylish alfresco dining. There are also regular bonfire nights on the beach where couples are given the ingredients to make their own S’mores to toast over the fire.

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Half Moon Hotel

Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa

4

The Kimpton Seafire Resort impresses with its open air architecture commanding views of the sea at every turn. Couples will enjoy a stroll through meandering gardens to find unexpected secluded hideaways or in contrast spontaneous and convivial gatherings to mix with other couples and enjoy the warm Kimpton spirit.

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Diving

Dive into the Cayman Islands

Beneath the calm waters of the Cayman Islands innumerable dive spots await - so many that you could dive a different site 365 days of the year and never see the same thing twice. Whether it’s a steep wall adorned with spectacular corals, shipwrecks that teem with tropical fish or shallow reefs to explore you’ll always find adventure.

Food

Whet your Appetite

A visit to the Cayman Islands will be a culinary exploration too offering a choice between sophisticated fine dining to a casual alfresco fish fry on the beach. Experience the rich culinary traditions of Cayman at one of the 200 or more restaurants and enjoy such specialities as Cayman style fish or marinated conch.


Stingrays

Meet the Stingrays at Stingray City

A short boat ride to Stingray City just off Grand Cayman’s coast allows visitors to encounter and learn all about these surprisingly friendly and gentle creatures as well as to feed and touch them. Snorkelling and swimming among the stingrays is an unforgettable experience on your Cayman Islands holiday and one that the whole family will enjoy.


Culture

Experience the friendly Cayman culture

The Cayman Islands boast a vibrant and inviting cultural scene with experiences ranging from festivals, local live music, art galleries and historic landmarks to explore. Friendly locals will be keen to teach you some words from their local dialects, which even vary by island, and reflect the heritage and diversity of the Cayman Islands.


Parrots

Discover Cayman’s Natural side

Nature-lovers can spot the colourful flashes of the elusive inhabitants of the Cayman Brac Parrot Reserve, come within touching distance of nesting Boobies on Little Cayman, traverse Grand Cayman’s Mastic Trail, meet the indigenous Blue iguana, and see rare ghost orchids and tropical plants at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.

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How to get to the Cayman Islands

British Airways operates regular flights from the UK to Grand Cayman International Airport, GCM via Nassau. Flight time from London’s Heathrow Airport to Grand Cayman is approximately 11 hours 45 minutes. There are also connecting flights available via Miami.

Weather and climate

The climate in the Cayman Islands is warm, tropical and usually dry for most of the year. Temperatures are normally around 30°C in August and a cooler 25°C in the Winter months. In July, August and September there is some wet weather to be expected, but the showers are short with plenty of sunshine in between.



Cayman Islands Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 5 hours

  • Flight time: Approx. 11hrs 45mins to Grand Cayman International Airport

  • International airport: Grand Cayman International Airport (GCM)

  • Local Currency: Cayman Dollar. The US Dollar is widely accepted.

  • Local Language: English

  • Entry Requirements: UK citizens require full passport and return ticket

  • Vaccinations: None compulsory.

  • Local Transport: Car rental can be booked through us with our rental partners.
 
 

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Weather and climate

The climate in the Cayman Islands is warm, tropical and usually dry for most of the year. Temperatures are normally around 30°C in August and a cooler 25°C in the Winter months. In July, August and September there is some wet weather to be expected, but the showers are short with plenty of sunshine in between.


Cayman Islands Quick Facts

  • Time Difference: GMT - 5 hours

  • Flight time: Approx. 11hrs 45mins to Grand Cayman via Nassau from London Heathrow

  • International airport: Grand Cayman International Airport

  • Local Currency: Cayman Dollar. The US Dollar is widely accepted.

  • Local Language: English

  • Local Transport: Car rental can be booked through us with our rental partners.
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