Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands have been known decades for their excellent diving and continue to be a favorite destination for many divers looking for a quick getaway. The three islands – Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman – are part of the British Overseas Territory. Grand Cayman is a busy commercial zone but on the other two islands you will find the original Cayman lure.

Enjoy quiet beaches, hiking, bird-watching and snorkeling and of course, fabulous diving. Cayman Islands are known for their underwater wonders and divers will enjoy the great visibility and clear waters when exploring the many exhilarating walls covered in brightly hued sponges, corals and sea fans. Cayman’s trademark turtles are commonly sighted, and you can expect to see reef sharks, groupers, angelfish and eagle rays. Other activities in the water include snorkeling, kayaking and fishing, and the topside is great for exploring the unspoiled island by hiking or biking. The island’s pristine wetlands are treasure troves for bird-watchers, including the largest breeding colony of red-footed booby birds in the Caribbean and the only breeding colony of the magnificent frigate birds in this hemisphere.