Travel To Grand Cayman
Introducing Grand Cayman
The Grand Cayman Island is one of the gorgeous islands situated in the Caribbean Sea and forms part of the Cayman Islands. As a British Overseas Territory, Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands, with Cayman Brac and Little Cayman being the two smaller sister islands. Grand Cayman attracts the most tourists and covers approximately 76 square miles.
Grand Cayman is a first-class beach vacation destination that offers something for everyone of all ages. The most well-known beach is "Seven Mile Beach", a spectacular stretch of soft, white sand and turquoise clear water.
With so much to see and do in Cayman, it really attracts people of all ages from all over the world. With friendly locals, incredible beaches, fun excursions and excellent weather you would be sure you have an amazing vacation that you will never forget!
Perfect Destination Wedding
Grand Cayman is a place very dear to my heart because my husband and I got married there in 2008, and we have returned to visit every year since.
If you are considering a destination wedding then there is no place more perfect to get married than in the Grand Cayman! Just imagine walking bear-foot in the sand, hand in hand with the one you love, on your Wedding Day.
Visitors to Cayman must pay for a Special Marriage License to which costs around US$200. There are many choices for the ceremony itself, ranging from a resort wedding on the beach to a more traditional wedding in in a Chapel. Either way, there are many options for planning a perfect destination wedding to meet your budget and fulfill your dreams.
Shopping in Georgetown
Georgetown, the Capital of Grand Cayman, can attract up to six cruise ships a day and therefore it’s a good idea to check the cruise ship schedule before you go.
If you’re looking to buy some beautiful jewelery then Cayman is definitely the place to go! You will find Kirk-Freeport and Island Companies selling watches including Rolex, Breitling, Omega, Cartier, Tag Heuer, Tissot for amazing prices. Also very popular is Black Coral and local Caymanite, as well as designer fashion, sunglasses, cuban cigars, perfume, china and crystal.
Relaxing on the Beach
For those looking a more relaxing time on the beach away from the hustle and bustle of Tourism, consider staying on the quieter North Side or East End of the island where time just seems to melt away..
Top 5 Excursions in Grand Cayman
These excursions are very educational and fun for adults and children alike:-
- Stingray City
- Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park
- Butterfly Farm
- Sea Turtle Farm
- Pedro St. James Castle
Top 5 Restaurants in Grand Cayman
- Rankins Jerk Centre, BoddenTown
- Chicken!Chicken!, Westshore Mall, Georgetown
- Over The Edge, North Side
- Kaibo Yacht Club, Rum Point
- The Lighthouse, Breakers
- Grand Cayman Airport: Arrival and Departure
Entrance into the Cayman Islands requires a valid passport. Anyone entering the Cayman Islands from another country will be given 2 forms to fill out prior to arrival at Owen Roberts International airport, one...
- Make Me a Movie - Grand Cayman Wedding DVD Sample
We produce a personalised film with title, special effects & music from your photographs or digital pictures. We offer a Photos to DVD and a Slides and Negatives to DVD service. We can bring your treasured memories back to life!
- Diving in Grand Cayman
Among West Wall's rich variety of dive sites, there's Sand Chute, a 50-foot-wide sand channel that slips down the wall like a ski slope, and Mitch Miller's Reef, an extremely shallow site where pockets of...
- Snorkeling at Stingray City in Grand Cayman
The Grand Cayman Island is one of the more popular islands in the Caribbean. Besides the beautiful beaches, the Turtle Farm, the great cuisine, the fantastic snorkeling & scuba diving, there is Stingray City....