Cayman Itineraries

Cayman Itineraries

Customize Your Perfect Getaway Experience

Our islands have the potential to be anything you make of them. There are experiences tailor-made for the adventurous spirit. There are encounters handcrafted for the culinary connoisseur. There are activities for family memories and escapes for romantic moments. All of it is here to be shaped by your individual interests. Decide the type of trip you desire and then see what your days can look like.

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From attractions to local businesses, explore a taste of what the Cayman Islands has to offer below.
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Your Questions Answered

Is there public transportation?

There is daily bus service, with hours and fares depending on the route and the day of travel. The central depot is in George Town, and buses can be flagged down from the side of the road or caught at a bus stop, with stickers outlining where they are travelling.

Do I need a passport to enter the country?

Yes, you will need a passport when entering from another country. Be sure to review entry requirements, passport exemptions and refusal reasons from the Department of Immigration.

Local Tips

"The perfect Tuesday evening on Grand Cayman is riding the $20 water taxi from Camana Bay across the North Sound over to the Kaibo to enjoy their Tuesday night seaside buffet with live band & low-as-you-can-go limbo included:D "

Local Tips

"My favorite 'any-evening' restaurant on Grand Cayman is the Cracked Conch/ Macabuca. As most nights I can sit outside & watch night divers shimmering underwater torches, as they glide effortlessly pass me!"

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"My favorite private accommodation along the Seven Mile Beach corridor (recently voted the #1 beach in the world) is Jeffs Guest Home, truly one of Grand Cayman's best kept secret since 1981:D "

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"One of the most relaxing bicycle rides, with an amazing sunset view, on Grand Cayman takes you from Jeffs Guest Home 'around-the-block' along Elizabeth Street to his 'secret-path' past Charlito's Greenhouse. "

Local Tips

"There are many ways to experience The Cayman Islands. One way is by renting an open-top jeep and exploring the Eastern side of the Island. Pedro's St. James, the Blow Holes, Lighthouse Park, Wreck of the Ten Sails, and enjoying the views along Queen's highway. I would also recommend a visit to the newly opened Crystal Caves, then cool off at Rum Point. "