The Cayman Islands is one of the most dynamic destinations in the Caribbean right now, with a tourism offering that’s as fresh and sophisticated and authentic as you’ll find anywhere in the region. It’s a destination that is modern without compromising its island charm, elegant without being stuffy, a trio of islands with taste and culture.
There’s a reason that Seven Mile Beach is one of the most famous stretches of sand on earth. It’s intoxicatingly beautiful, with jaw-droppingly clear water, soft sand and miles of tropical splendor. But Seven Mile Beach is just the start for a beach-loving traveler in the Cayman Islands, where you’ll find a diverse mix of beaches, from the uncrowded sweeps of the East End to the Robinson Crusoe-level shorelines in Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.
The Cayman Islands isn’t just a Caribbean culinary capital — this is a world-class gastronomic destination, with quality and quantity at every stratum. It simply overflows with great places to eat, with a general emphasis on ultra-fresh seafood and sophisticated but relaxed eateries.
The main airport is Owen Roberts International in Grand Cayman. Cayman Brac also has its own hub, Charles Kirkconnell Airport. Meanwhile, Little Cayman is served by daily inter-island flights. Cayman Airways and Cayman Express provide inter-island flights between Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. There are flights from London Heathrow (with a touchdown in Nassau, Bahamas) and connecting routes to the islands provided by some of the best airlines in the business.