The largest of the three islands that make up the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is found off the southern coast of Cuba. The islands are a territory of the United Kingdom, and there is no record that any indigenous people lived on the islands. However, pirates, refugees, and political defectors made this island their home since the 17th century.
A popular vacation destination for decades, much of the islands economy is based on tourism and offshore banking. Today, Grand Cayman is vibrant and bustling, and the standard of living on the islands is the highest in the Caribbean.
After an invigorating dive spend some time touring the beaches and majestic blowholes scattered along the shoreline. Inland, don’t miss the unique local art at Davinoff’s Concrete Sculpture Garden.
Flights arrive non-stop onto Grand Cayman from destinations around the world. Unfortunately, there is no ferry service between the islands.
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