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  • Blue iguana release
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    Blue iguana release

    A major conservation milestone was reached in Grand Cayman this month with the release of the 1,000th Cayman blue iguana into the wild.
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  • Cayman Brac
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    Cayman Brac

    Cayman Brac is the most easterly island, covering 14 square miles and boasting a 45-metre bluff (The Brac). It’s ideal for adventurers and nature lovers with plenty of caves and trails to explore. Cayman Brac is also great for pure relaxation and is just a 30-minute plane ride from Grand Cayman. So, what does an […]

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  • Heavenly escape: Smith’s Cove
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    Heavenly escape: Smith’s Cove

    Also known as Smith’s Barcadere, Smith’s Cove is located just off the South Sound in Grand Cayman. It is one of the most photographed places on the island thanks to crystal clear waters and brilliant white, unspoilt sand. It’s the perfect place for novice snorkellers and families as, not only is the beautiful water teeming […]

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  • Top five places to watch the sunset
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    Top five places to watch the sunset

    Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or just looking for a great photograph, the sunsets in the Cayman Islands are not to be missed. With a little help from the locals we’ve come up with the top five places to watch this spectacular natural phenomenon (in no particular order): Seven Mile Beach – Seven Mile Beach […]

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  • Tips from Stuart Mailer, National Trust for the Cayman Islands
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    Tips from Stuart Mailer, National Trust for the Cayman Islands

    The National Trust for the Cayman Islands plays a huge role in protecting and preserving the rare and endemic species of plants and animals in the region. As a result, areas of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are a birdwatcher’s paradise and present countless opportunities to spot some rather incredible wildlife. Field Officer […]

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  • Birdwatcher’s paradise
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    Birdwatcher’s paradise

    You might not consider birdwatching as a sole reason to visit the Cayman Islands but Little Cayman is home to the largest red-footed booby colony in the western hemisphere with over 5,000 pairs breeding there each year. Cayman Brac is the place to see fluffy brown booby chicks and magnificent frigate birds circle the skies […]

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  • Heavenly escape: Mastic Trail
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    Heavenly escape: Mastic Trail

    The Mastic Trail is a two-mile long trail running from the south to the north side of Grand Cayman and is a great place to find birds, plants and reptiles.   You can walk the trail unguided, but for a more in-depth and informative experience we recommend booking a guide through the National Trust for […]

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  • L & M Adventures
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    L & M Adventures

    Cayman Brac is famous for its rugged terrain, abundant nature and spectacular views from the top of the Bluff. But what about exploring the island at night? L&M Adventure tours offer night tours of the island, including its vast cave network, ending with a bonfire and traditional Caymanian rum cakes. Picking you up at 7pm, […]

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  • The most amazing vertical drop-off in the Caribbean
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    The most amazing vertical drop-off in the Caribbean

    Few dive sites in the world offer such a breathtaking dive experience as Bloody Bay Wall in Little Cayman. Divers from the world over congregate here to see the amazing marine life in this very special place. It offers unparalleled dives, whether you are a novice or experienced diver. Bloody Bay Wall is in fact, […]

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  • Booby Pond Nature Reserve
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    Booby Pond Nature Reserve

    Little Cayman is renowned worldwide for its significant ecological value. Its comparative lack of human development has meant that the island still provides a home to some of the most fertile wildlife in the Caribbean region. Of particular significance is the Booby Pond Nature Reserve – a haven for extremely rare populations of native plants […]

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