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Book Flights to Cayman Islands

Composed of three isles with miles of beaches and other natural sights, Cayman Islands is one of the favoured vacation spots for families in the Caribbean Sea. The Grand Cayman is particularly crowded with tourists, especially in the peak season when various travellers come from the United States. Those going here can go on scuba diving sojourns to see the breath-taking underwater views. Many dive sites can be found in all over the islands, which make this country in the Greater Antilles a popular area for those out to enjoy water sights and adventures.

Apart from the sea, travellers going to Cayman Islands will find a variety of low-key destinations that can make for a relaxing stay. One can also take the time to savour the local seafood dishes, which come fresh from the catch of the fishing boats. Tourists can also check out the views of the islands in a boating tour, which allows for an exciting trip all around.

What to see & do

George Town, the capital in the western part of the Grand Cayman, offer a warm welcome with its cosmopolitan feel which one will especially see in West Bay Rd, the busiest part of the city. Hotels, restaurants, and shopping outlets can be found here, which let tourists enjoy creature comforts before heading for the lesser known parts of the islands. Those out to mingle with crowds, on the other hand, can head on to the white sandy stretch of Seven Mile Beach. Although only 5 ½ miles long, it offers a pleasing welcome with its turquoise waters and palm trees. From here, one can visit the landmarks of the city such as the Cayman National Museum to look at the cultural and natural history of Cayman Islands. There is also the National Gallery to check out, where one will see contemporary works from local and Caribbean artists.

After looking around the city, tourists can go on to the eastern part of Grand Cayman where various green spaces await. The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park serves an excellent introduction to the area due to the native species to be found here. Parrots and birds can be heard chirping around in their feathery finery, as well as the orchids which make a sight during May through June. The Blue Iguana Recovery Program is also a fascinating part of the park, which seeks to encourage the iguanas to mate and propagate.

An island-hopping adventure can follow in the Sister Islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Less than an hour's flight from the biggest isle, Cayman Brac particularly makes a pleasing destination due to the caves and the dramatic sea cliffs. Hikers going here will also enjoy taking a trail through the National Trust Reserve, where one can watch out for the rare Booby bird. There is also Little Cayman with its small tourist population to visit where one can relax on the idyllic beach or dive down to the deepest reef wall in the Caribbean.

How to get around within Cayman Islands

Travellers going around the Grand Cayman will find a variety of choices in public transportation. From the airport, one can take the taxis to the city or rent a car for those who prefer driving on their own. Limousine services can also be arranged for airport transfers or special events. Buses, however, make the most common yet reliable mode of transport for those who want to go around the area. Tourists who want to reach other islands, on the other hand, will have to look for a ferry service or a boat which will make a trip back to the Grand Cayman. 

How to get there

Travellers visiting Cayman Islands can schedule flights to Owen Roberts International Airport. Airlines serving here include Aerolineas Sosa, Aero Caribbean, Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Cayman Airways, Cayman Airways Express, Delta Air Lines, Island Air, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, US Airways, and WestJet.

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