The sun kissed Cayman Islands are located in the warm waters of the western Caribbean, between Cuba and Jamaica.
Sun-kissed and located in the warm waters of the western Caribbean
sea, the Cayman
Islands are nestled in a particularly picturesque spot between
Cuba and Jamaica. Magnificent
coastline and clear blue waters are just the beginning, discover a
splendid landscape, charming architecture and deeply warm
On the beach The majority of our hotels are located on the
beautiful white sands of Seven Mile Beach, where you can lie back
and relax or take part in the many watersports on offer.
Food and drinks
Foodie delights In Grand Cayman there is something for everyone
from casual to fine dining restaurants and sophisticated wine bars
to dancing the night away in one of the nightclubs.
Essential information about Cayman Islands.
Flight time from the UK (London) Approximately
Arrival Airport Owen Roberts International
Entry details (for British passport holders) A
visa is not required to enter the Cayman Islands. Your passport
must be valid beyond the duration of your stay. Before you depart,
check the latest travel advice at www.fco.gov.uk.
Time difference GMT -5 hours.
Currency Cayman Island Dollar.
Here to help
A local Signature representative will meet you at your arrival
airport and direct you to your pre-booked transfer vehicle. You'll
receive a welcome pack containing local information and all contact
details. A welcome meeting will be arranged at your hotel, and
should you need advice during your stay, local representatives will
make regular visits to your resort.
Make the most of your time in the Cayman Islands
You can't come to the Cayman Islands without exploring the
underwater reefs and amazing wildlife, but if snorkelling and
diving aren't for you, take a submarine trip. Journey beneath the
sea and observe the spectacular marine life that Grand Cayman has
to offer. It is an amazing underwater experience and you don't even
have to get wet.
Take a trip to Hell and back again. Yes, Grand
Cayman really does have a place called Hell and it's situated on
the northern tip of the island and gets its name from the jagged,
black calcified coral formation that can be found there. Also visit
the beautiful 65 acre Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, with
glorious greenery and exotic blooms on show as well as blue iguanas
roaming freely around the park.
Underwater world Diving or snorkelling is a must in the Cayman
Islands, explore some of the world's best reefs, including the
famous Bloody Bay Wall and the 12 foot dive at Stingray City. For
an experience of a lifetime book yourself a trip to Stingray City.
Standing in only three feet of water you will be surrounded by
stingray, this amazing excursion gives you the chance to touch and
feed the stingrays as well as snorkel amongst the elegant reefs and
The climate in Cayman Islands.
One thing you can count on with a Caribbean holiday is beautiful
weather. All year round the Caribbean offers you days of sunshine
and warm temperatures - the ideal sunbathing climate.
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