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Cayman Islands travel facts

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Area (sq km): 262
Population: 44,270
Nationality: Caymanian
Local Name: Cayman Islands
Language: English
Time Zone: - 5 GMT
Currency: 1 dollar =
100 cents
Rate: www.xe.com
Capital: George Town
Dialling Code: +345
Electricity: 110V/50Hz
Internet Code: .ky
Religion: United Church,
Anglican,
Baptist
Climate: Tropical
Government: British Common Law
Inoculations: None
Driving: Left
Int'l License: Required
Banking: M-F 9.00-16.00
Major Airports: Cayman Brac(CYB),
Grand Cayman(GCM),
Little Cayman(LYB)

Grand Cayman vacation rentals

You may think that diving and Seven Mile Beach from Grand Cayman vacation rentals is it, but there are a plethora of attractions and restaurants in Grand Cayman to entertain you.

Seven Mile Beach
Seven Mile Beach

If you are seeking out attractions around Grand Cayman vacation rentals you must visit Stingray City. It may be a tourist cliché, but it has become so for a reason. Once you get past the crowds, these amazing creatures will have you in awe.

Cayman Turtle Farm is a commercial turtle farm, the only one of its kind. On the north side of the island is Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. A casual stroll here is idyllic.

If its pirates you wish to discover visit the Cayman Maritime Treasure Museum. The remains of Fort George are worth a look and if you are a history or culture buff spend a bit of time at the Cayman Islands National Museum. Other attractions in Grand Cayman are Hell (black rock formations) and Cemetery Beach known for awesome snorkelling.

Restaurants in Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman cuisine centres on the fruits of the sea. The shores are teeming with fish and shellfish so you can expect that the seafood restaurants in Grand Cayman offer the freshest fish dishes imaginable.

For quintessential Caribbean fare right down to the umbrella in your frozen pina colada, dine alfresco at Breezes by the Bay. CIMBOCO on Seven Mile Beach does all their dishes from scratch and you can watch everything they do.

Neptune’s and Reef Grill are both known for their exception dishes. For fine dining restaurants in Grand Cayman, reserve your outdoor table at Hemingway’s at the Hyatt Regency.

Staple restaurants in Grand Cayman include Bacchus Restaurant with a fabulous a wine bar and delectable bisques and the best spit-roasted chicken you’ve ever tasted is at the appropriately named Chicken! Chicken! on Seven Mile Beach.

Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman

If you are in search of the best beaches look no further than famed Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman. It is on the west side of the island near numerous Grand Cayman vacation rentals.

It is massive and offers loads of sporting options. Cemetery Beach caps the west end of Seven Mile Beach and tends to be less crowded - remember to bring your mask because the snorkelling is awesome!

The sand is splendid and the water is akin to warm bath water, calm and inviting. The best watersports operate along the expansive coast where you can try sailing, jet-skiing, windsurfing and much more when you reserve Grand Cayman vacation rentals with VillasPeople.com.

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