Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman

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Grand Cayman is the largest and most populous island, about 22 miles (35 km) long and 8 miles (13 km) across at its widest, with a total area of 76 square miles

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Entertainment or Unique Tours

In Grand Cayman, there is an active nightlife of music, dancing, dinner shows, sunset cruises, beach parties, and festivities with the local resorts and restaurants around the island.

  • Crystal Caves
  • Cayman Turtle Center
  • Camana Bay
  • National Trust
  • Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park
  • Stingray City
  • Down Town George Town
  • Hell, Kittiwake, Pedro St. James, and Down Town George Town

Beaches

  • Seven Mile Beach
  • Point of Sand
  • Rum Point Beach
  • Owen Island
  • Smith Cove
  • Cemetery Beach, Southern Cross Club Beach, West Bay Beach, Spotts Beach & Brac Reef Beach.

Culture/Events

Strong influence of Afro-Caribbeans of Jamaica who were descents of slaves from once colonial Britain. In recent years expats from the United States and all over the world reside in one of the three islands that make up the Cayman Islands.

Shopping

  • Duty Free

Lime & Dine

Bacaro, Morgan’s Seafood Restaurant, Blue by Eric Ripert, Casa 43 Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar, Coccoloba Bar, Casanova Restaurant, The Falls Steakhouse, The Cracked Conch, Ristorante Pappagallo, Luca, Seven Mile Burger, Tukka, Icoa Cafe and Boggy Sand Caribbean Kitchen.

Water Activities

Many water sports are available including boating, scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, kitesurfing and snorkeling.

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Resort 1

Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort

Resort 2

The Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman

Resort 3

The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

Resort 4

Cayman Reef Resort – Heaven On Seven Mile Beach

Car Rentals:

Available

Bike & Scooter Rentals:

Taxis:

Taxis are available at Owen Roberts International Airport, the ship dock in George Town and from Grand Cayman resorts

Public Transportation:

Public buses run throughout the different districts

Accessibility:

Grand Cayman is a welcoming destination for those with physical disabilities and mobility-limitations.

Cayman Airways offers a boarding ramp for persons with limited mobility.

Several taxis and tour buses that have wheelchair lifts

Getting There:

Commercial airline, Cruiseline, Private yachting, and Private airplane.

Capital:

George Town

Population:

64,948 (2019)

Currency:

Cayman Islands Dollar (British Overseas Territory)

Religion:

Christianity is most practiced on the islands. The various denominations include Anglican, Baptist, Catholicism, Church of God, Presbyterian and United Church.

Language:

British English, Jamaican Patois and albeit with a distinctive Cayman dialect.

History:

By 1526, the Cayman Islands were inhabited and the name was derived from the Carib word for the marine crocodile which once lived on the islands. Hence the word remained and the addition of “islands” soon followed. But during the 1700’s a wide variety of inhabitants including pirates, refugees from the Spanish inquisitions, shipwrecked sailors, and slaves soon settled on the islands. Little Cayman and Cayman Brac were the first recorded settlements in the Caymans between 1833 and 1840.

During this time we saw new settlements like East End and Bodden Town being established. Nonetheless, throughout the centuries the Cayman Islands has developed a reputation as the “Islands that Time Forgot.” Due to the islands being isolated for much of the time that they would have been inhabited. Compared to other Caribbean islands around the region, they were not known for much harvesting and trade among the British Empire.

Although the islands were known for their arduous way of life where the inhabitants relied primarily on fishing, cutting wood, sailing, farming, and catching turtles.

Fast forward to the last half-century the Cayman Islands has made a remarkable transformation through technology and becoming one of the global banking centers in the world. In addition to becoming one of the primary luxury destinations, the islands also hold one of the strongest GDP in the world.

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