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  • Culinary Capital of the Caribbean
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    Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

    Food is an important part of the Cayman Islands experience, evident by the fact that the region holds the deserving title of ‘culinary capital of the Caribbean.’ Grand Cayman alone boasts in excess of two hundred restaurants serving local and international cuisine, so unwinding with a good meal can range from chic five-star dining to […]

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  • Camana Bay news
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    Camana Bay news

    Only a short walk from Seven Mile Beach, the waterfront ‘town’ of Camana Bay is a hive of activity. From weekly farmers’ markets and food tours to an open-air summer cinema and countless shopping opportunities, it really is the perfect place for everyone. A packed year-round events calendar ensures there is always something to do […]

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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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  • Heavenly escape: Spotts Beach
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    Heavenly escape: Spotts Beach

    Located on the south side of Grand Cayman, Spotts Beach is paradise personified. Relatively unknown, it’s the perfect place to set up camp for the day. Bring your picnic and your swimming gear and park yourself under the palm trees or one of the cabanas for some shade. The water is perfect for snorkelling and […]

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  • Example itinerary for a day in paradise
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    Example itinerary for a day in paradise

    Grand Cayman (the largest of the three Cayman Islands) has a lot to offer in terms of activities, so we thought we would make your life easier by putting together a typical day in and around the Seven Mile Beach area: Get up early and take a stroll along Seven Mile Beach. The temperature at […]

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  • How to speak Caymanian
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    How to speak Caymanian

    To help you get to grips with the Caymanian culture even further, we thought we would give you a few tips on how to speak like a local: Cool out (kool owt) VERB – 1. To relax 2. Forget about one’s worries. E.g. The Cayman Islands is the perfect place to cool out Look yah […]

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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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