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Essentials

Essentials

Communications Internet In Grand Cayman most hotels and resorts provide Internet access—either free or for a small fee—for their guests; wireless is increasingly prevalent, including at the airport in Grand Cayman. You’ll also find Internet cafés in George Town. Rates range from $2.50 for 15 […]

Getting Here and Around

Getting Here and Around

Grand Cayman is a relatively small island, and the longest distance you can travel should take no more than a couple of hours. You can get by on Grand Cayman using a combination of tours and local buses (especially if you are staying in the […]

Little Cayman – Sports and Outdoors

Little Cayman – Sports and Outdoors

Little Cayman is a recreational paradise on land and especially underwater, with world-class diving, light-tackle angling, and bird-watching the star attractions. Befitting an ecocentric destination, nature owns the island, and you’re strictly cautioned about dos and don’ts. But lectures are given with a smile, and […]

Little Cayman – Beaches

Little Cayman – Beaches

The southwest part of the island seems like one giant beach; this is where virtually all the resorts sit, serenely facing Preston Bay and South Hole Sound. But there are several other unspoiled, usually deserted strands that beckon beachcombers, all the sand having the same […]

Little Cayman – Where to Stay

Little Cayman – Where to Stay

Accommodations are mostly in small lodges, many of which offer meal and dive packages. The meal packages are a good idea; the chefs in most places create wonderful dishes with often limited resources. Private Villas Art Dive The bar at Pirates Point typifies the fun, […]

Little Cayman – Where to Eat

Little Cayman – Where to Eat

Hungry Iguana.…Eclectic. The closest thing to a genuine sports bar and nightclub on Little Cayman, the “Iggy” caters to the aquatically minded set with a marine mural, wood-plank floors, mounted trophy sailfish, lots of fishing caps, and yummy fresh seafood. Conch fritters are near definitive, […]

Exploring Little Cayman

Exploring Little Cayman

Little Cayman isn’t much for man-made sights and attractions; those that are here essentially serve to explain and promote nature preserved in all her finery, especially underwater, throughout the island. If you’re exploring on your own, pick up the Little Cayman Heritage Sites and Trails […]

Welcome to Little Cayman

Welcome to Little Cayman

The smallest and most tranquil of the three Cayman Islands, Little Cayman has a full-time population of only 170, most of whom work in the tourism industry; they are easily outnumbered by iguanas and rare birds. This 12-square-mile (31-square-km) island is practically pristine and has […]

Cayman Brac – Nightlife

Cayman Brac – Nightlife

Divers are notoriously early risers, but a few bars keep things hopping if not quite happening, especially on weekends, when local bands (or “imports” from Grand Cayman) often perform. Quaintly reminiscent of Footloose (without the hellfire and brimstone), watering holes are required to obtain music […]

Cayman Brac – Shopping

Cayman Brac – Shopping

Shopping is limited on the Brac; there are few small stores, though many local ladies sell their wares from home. You’ll also find a boutique at the Brac Reef Beach Resort. The prize craft specialties are woven thatch items and Caymanite jewelry. Kirk Freeport.…This is […]


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