Look closely at the map and you’ll just about spot them...but so exotic, exquisite and ethereal are the trio of stunning isles that make up the Cayman Islands that you’ll be hard pressed to find a more secluded, sun-kissed paradise. A sublime blend of white sand beaches, world class diving and turquoise seas, this minute archipelago in the western Caribbean Sea is so jaw-droppingly laid-back that even the stingrays will eat straight from your hand.
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Little Cayman, Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman make up the Cayman Islands and sun-drenched Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman is where all of our sumptuous hotels are located. Perfect for couples, families and honeymooners, Grand Cayman is a mix of luxurious accommodation, award-winning dining, opulent spas, spectacular marine life and informal yet plush living. Hand-feed morsels of squid to dozens of friendly stingrays at the unique Stingray City, swim with bottle nose dolphins on North Sound’s Dolphin Cove and snorkel amongst coral formations at Eden Rock in just 30 feet of water.
The scuba diving and snorkelling around Grand Cayman is regarded as some of the best in the world due to the transparent waters and proximity of the underwater reefs to the shore. The marine life at Cheeseburger Reef is magnificent, the shallow waters of the Wreck of Cali are perfect for beginners, and for the more advanced diver Bloody Bay Marine Park just off Little Cayman is one of the best sites in the Caribbean. If you can tear yourself away from your shady hammock, we recommend a visit to the Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park, where injured iguanas are nursed back to health, and the historic capital, George Town. Dining on the Cayman Islands is as superb as the service, and our favourites include Osetra Bay at Morgan's Harbour, the swish Tiki Bar on Seven Mile Beach and elegant fine dining at the Ritz Carlton’s Blue.
These tiny islands are supremely friendly, safe and unassuming. Hospitality and luxury are paramount and you won't find a better place to meet affectionate locals willing to share their rich heritage. Jazz and calypso are the music of choice, conch, coconut and snapper make up the flavour of the islands, and the warm Caribbean Sea still provides a livelihood for many Caymanians. On Cayman Brac head to the lighthouse for remarkable views of the Bluff, while away days on beautiful beaches, explore limestone caves, dive into inviting waters and spot the endangered Cayman Brac parrot. For a picture-perfect day visit tiny cigar-shaped Little Cayman and the magical pink beach of Point of Sand, on an island that's home to a population of just 170. Famed as one of the best diving spots in the world, here it's just you and the beach (and a few divers), so prepare for shipwrecked bliss, solitary exploration and private picnics. Come with the one you love and swim and dine in uninhibited privacy. For the brave or truly romantic, swim or kayak across Bloody Bay's waters to isolated Owen Island for the ultimate deserted beach experience.