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Cayman Islands

There’s something for everyone in the Cayman Islands.

Three beautiful islands all unique in nature combine to create a Caribbean vacation experience like no other.

You’ll never be short of things to do in the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands is one of the world’s most popular dive destinations. Indeed, it’s the diving, snorkelling and crystal-clear Caribbean waters that entice so many of our guests to become Morritt’s owners. We are home to some of the most popular and sought-after Caribbean dive sites by beginners and experienced adventurers alike. There’s no better way to experience a Caribbean vacation than under the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by colourful corals and exotic wildlife.

For those who would rather spend their time above the water, there are an abundance of world-class excursions and experiences you can enjoy while you are here, including daily boat trips to swim with the stingrays at Stingray City, sunset catamaran sails along Seven Mile Beach, deep-sea fishing trips, jet ski safaris, a visit to the Cayman Turtle Centre for a unique encounter with green sea turtles, hiking the Mastic Trail, touring the Crystal Caves or taking a bioluminescent kayak tour through the mangroves in the moonlight, to name just a few. If you’re looking for something more relaxed and laidback, then you have miles of natural white sand beaches right at your doorstep perfect for sunbathing or a casual stroll.

The Cayman Islands has been nicknamed the culinary capital of the Caribbean and foodies will be pleased to discover a wide variety of restaurants and cuisines within our shores, ranging from casual outdoor fish fries and jerk huts all the way up to the Caribbean’s only AAA Five Diamond restaurant.

Your Cayman Islands vacation can be as adventurous or as tranquil as you like and will provide you with memorable experiences you’ll treasure for years to come.


Our history is rich in exotic detail, as a visit to our National Museum, Botanic Park and National Trust clearly demonstrate. “Caymankind” is a term used to describe our history and culture – a celebration of all that makes the Cayman Islands so unique. Whether it’s dancing along West Bay Road during our annual Batabano parade, taking part in Pirates Week or simply sitting down to an authentic Sunday afternoon fish fry, in Caymankind you’re never very far from the past — even when you’re revelling in the present.

Find out more about the Cayman Islands and our customs, traditions and cultural events at www.visitcaymanislands.com

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